Perfect light for museums and galleries is as multifaceted as art itself. Whether creating a mystical atmosphere or crisply carving exhibits from their surroundings, ERCO offers you suitable lighting tools and flexible methods of control to showcase art with light. Be inspired by exciting lighting projects and discover the new freedom of design for museum lighting.
The right light distribution in no time: ERCO zoom spotlights with infinitely adjustable light beam display art with high precision.
Spectacular spaces for art: Axel Vervoordt Gallery, Belgium
Designed with a dark touch for contemplative moods or with a ceiling height of 10 metres: the rooms of the Axel Vervoordt Gallery are as unusual as the art they present. In the former granaries, ERCO spotlights precisely and impressively illuminate the paintings and sculptures.
Wireless control of light in museums and galleries
How to control your exhibition lighting simply and intuitively: ERCO luminaires with Casambi Bluetooth can be individually switched and dimmed via radio and integrated into light scenes. As either a single luminaire or group. All you need is a smartphone or tablet and the free Casambi app.
Photo art and a play of light and shadow: f22 foto space, Hong Kong
A museum that celebrates its love of photography. f22 presents fresh photographic art. With an eye for detail, a mix of black and white and light from ERCO, atmospheric surroundings were created in the exhibition spaces that make the hearts of photography afficionados beat faster.
Lichtbericht: Stories told by light
Places of cultural relevance are the scenes of our stories. Sometimes this can be a monumental cathedral and other times a young and vibrant art venue. But the protagonist is always the same: the light. Whether relighting or a new installation – the spectacle is multi-faceted. This is precisely what makes it so exciting. But read for yourself.
Guide – light for museums and galleries
The inherent diversity of art treasures is reflected in the wide range of exhibition concepts and therefore the lighting used by museums and galleries. Our guide supports you in developing creative lighting concepts in a perception-orientated way and flexibly implementing these.