Museum Design Guides
Looking at wall art is a common practice in museums and galleries. Wall art is typically placed at eye level, although when looking at a large piece, the viewer may need to crane their head to look up, down, or side to side to take in the whole piece. People may also look at wall art in shops.
It’s important to limit the number of words on any exhibit element and break up text into smaller, more readable chunks. See a real life example of how we handle