I think I have a solution, but I wanted to see if someone smarter or more clever has already found a better way. I need to securely hang 20 x 30 metal prints on my Flourish black mesh panels. The metal prints I've ordered for my very first show ever have a plastic frame on the back that, when hung conventionally, sits on a "cleat" (not shown in the image below) that you screw into a wall. This makes for incredibly easy hanging indoors, but there is no way to securely hang them on mesh panels. For my booth shot, I used drapery pins, but I would not trust them in even a light breeze with expensive metal prints. This is what the back of the prints looks like:
I'm considering attaching two removable 3M Command hooks to the top frame of each print, with the hooks going into the mesh. This seems like it would be more secure, and the hooks can be removed (in theory) at sale and reused. I've not tested this, but perhaps I should. I've also considered suction cup hooks (shudder!).
If anyone has solved for this already, I'd appreciate hearing about your approach.