The Conservo magnetic frame can optionally be supplemented with the 5 mm high D5 insert frame as an integrated spacer. With this variant, the selection of profiles and strips is limited due to the width of the D5 spacer/insertion frame. On request, we also manufacture the Conservo-Distance magnetic frame as a special solution.
Under the motto "Museum communicates" 9 speakers talk about their museums and their projects. Besides other exhibitors from the exhibiting and museum technology branches HALBE was one of the leading companies for picture presentation and demonstrated the magnetic frame principle as well as special picture frames for museums – the Conservo and Protect frames.
For its current exhibition "Spuren im Licht“ (Traces in the Light) the Kleihues Museum and its visitors go on a quest for works of art that very much allow different perspectives.
With this exhibition the Vitra Design Museum praises one of the most influential textile and interior designers of the 20the century - Alexander Girard. He was a pioneer of postwar US-American design and created furniture and fabrics but also building objects.
The photographic series RIVALIS by Stefan Stößel is now on display in the collection of the Museum of Fine Arts Leipzig.
A small exhibition of works by J. Konrad Schmidt is currently on display at the Louvre, Paris.
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam reopened its freshly renovated Philips Wing with an exhibition entitled Modern Times.
Augustiner Museum Freiburg features a superb selection of some 150 nineteenth-century drawings from its own collection.
Jewish ritual baths is a touring exhibition which ran from 5 May 2011 – 30 October 2011. The Frankfurt photographer Peter Seidel highlights the architectural intricacies and variety of construction styles used in Jewish ritual baths throughout Europe.
Like gallerist Dr Klaus Kleinschmidt the Neue Sammlung München was also convinced of the Protect magnetic frame.
From 2 June – 31 October 2012, in collaboration with the Heligoland Museum, the House of History of the Federal Republic of Germany, Bonn presented "Wild Times" – a collection of photographs by Günter Zint – as part of the "Islands of Photography" series.