Honor-ra's avatar

According to my personal evidence and asking at the local art museum. As long as all framing and mounting are archival acid free including backing materials, you can get a pretty good run of the 8o-100 years after that it is only aided by robust climate control of a vault. Of course that is the best storage option but then you can't show stuff off. And until I can get works framed I usually just store them in a acid free box with the wrap still on. *mutters need more wall space* Bookshelves and art are not compatible space sharers *sigh*

rachaelm5's avatar
LOL - I understand the bookshelves vs art space problem. Almost have to rotate things seasonally, or figure out weird new configurations for bookshelves in order to free up wall space...