Sunday, January 5, 2014

Behind-the-Scenes: Setting Up for the Nov. 21-Dec. 7 Gallery Exhibition in Paris

The staff at Gallery 9th Art in Montmartre was busy the week before the opening reception on Thursday evening, November 21; Doug and Frank Cho's artwork (62 pieces total) had to be scanned, catalogued, framed and hung for the 2-week exhibition.

Jean-Claude worked diligently at framing. 

Melanie (left) and Laura spent hours scanning and cropping artwork.

Pauline "wears many hats" at the gallery, owned by Bernard Mahe.  Two days before the opening reception, she worked primarily on the online exhibition, which also opened at 6 p.m. on Thursday, November 21.

Early-afternoon Thursday, November 21:  Jean-Claude has the 62 originals framed and begins to hang them in the 2-story gallery, exhibiting and offering original comic art since the 1990s.

Pauline wears a confident smile that everything will be done for the 6 p.m. opening reception.

With displays in the main floor gallery finished, Jean-Claude moves to the downstairs gallery space.

Doug and I are very pleased with the framing and artwork display; it's time to go back to our apartment and get ready for the 6 p.m. opening reception.

(blog entries by Heidi Hutson)

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