The important process of framing and hanging fine art is often an overlooked one. But once the craft and results are perfected, and a piece is not only mounted, framed, but also hung properly, it can make a world of difference. Posted here is a video of our senior paper conservator prepping a gorgeous Lichtenstein print with hinges before it is to be mounted in a mat and framed. Hinging is defined as securing an artwork into a mat. We do this without applying an adhesive or tapes directly to the piece. The Conservation Center specializes in museum-quality, custom-framing work—our hinges are completely reversible and won’t cause damage to the artwork like other types of hinging can.