Web Museums and the French Population

Web Museums and the French Population

Roxane Bernier
Copyright: © 2007 |Pages: 7
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-989-2.ch182
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Web museums take their origin from the “imaginary museum” (Malraux, 1956). They have sparked enthusiastic claims for art democratization, or the disseminating of images on original artworks for a diversified audience without access to physical art galleries using several forms of medium (e.g., books, magazines, or catalogues). Nowadays, the advent of the Internet for heritage institutions is an indisputable turning point in the 1990s and seen as the most innovative cultural portal by both curators and educators; it holds great potential with the realism of higher-end technologies.

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