With the Mundaneum project, Paul Otlet and Henri La Fontaine had for objectives to collect and share all of the knowledge of the world. At the time of the Internet and the Web 2.0, the Mundaneum pursues the ideal of its founders et invites you to discover its online exhibitions!
The origins of the Internet in Europe / Collecting, indexing & sharing knowledge
The 100th anniversary of a Nobel Peace Prize / Henri La Fontaine (1854 - 1943), Nobel Peace Prize in 1913Les origines de l'Internet en Europe
Women in Belgian history / Léonie La Fontaine, feminist & pacifist
Art or Archive ? / The Mundaneum's photographic heritage put to test of time
Towards, the information age - Paul Otlet (1868-1944), founder of the Mundaneum
Norbert Ghisoland - The treasure found of 45.000 glass plates by Norbert Ghisoland
Mapping Knowledge - 1910-1944, the visualizations of Paul Otlet
The online exhibition is very good, I love the tone! Bravo. Luce Lebart, director of the French Society of Photography in Paris, about the exhibition "Art or archive ?"
I am aware of your exhibition "Art and Archive ? " I have browsed your website over the subject. I think that your comments and the idea of the meeting between the photographer and the archive / archivist particularly relevant. Your work within the Mundaneum collections and the difficulties involved in terms of conservation, restoration and documentation speak to me and I have great interest , as well as the history and future of this collection, DABAGHY Sarah , Researcher of images - librarian, about the exhibition " Art or archive? "