Precision Lighting feature in Arts and Collections

Following the first quarter issue of Arts and Collections, where Precision's James Curtis provided guidance and advice on private art collectors for lighting their works, Precision were once again invited to discuss lighting art in the quarter two issue of the publication which covers the global art market and topics associated with collecting and displaying art.

James Curtis, Marketing Manager for Precision, was interviewed alongside Alex Ruston, Managing Director of Precision's sister company Remote Controlled Lighting, and discussed the difference between lighting private collections compared to lighting art in public or commercial galleries.

Arts and Collections also asked for insight into one of Precision's most successful gallery projects, and featured a summary on the unique challenges involved in lighting the Watts Gallery.

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