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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza kaydolun.

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Flood göndermek, insanların floodlarını okumak ve diğer insanlarla bağlantı kurmak için sosyal Floodlar ve Flood Yanıtları Motorumuza giriş yapın.

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The Louvre makes entire collection available online.

The Louvre makes entire collection available online.

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  1. If you are looking for more art collections from France please check [https://www.videomuseum.fr/en](https://www.videomuseum.fr/en) they encompasses 67 institutions (like Centre Pompidou – Musée national d’art moderne or Musée national Picasso) engaged to standardize the inventory of their collections and presently includes 36 000 artists, 390 000 works and 355 000 images. Very interesting source of metadata!

    Nukomeet is the company which is developing the project. You can find project case study here [https://nukomeet.com/work/navigart/](https://nukomeet.com/work/navigart/)

  2. nice.

    wondering if there are (I know I know this is a gigantic work) any person or persons download all this and make a torrent LOL

  3. The irony is that a lot of the content of the old site is now unavailable: great education guides, analysis, etc: the pdf are gone, the web content has not migrated to the new site and there’s a lot that the Wayback Machine doesn’t have. Most of the google/search results links lead to a 404 with no redirection.

    Their agenda only allows to discover the current and upcoming expositions… But not the old ones, with the previous site you could go quickly back to the 2000-2020 expositions and events archives.

    Yet, using the internal search, you can find expositions pages that have been migrated, but you have to know what you’re looking for, because there’s no clear past event archive access like there used to be.

    The pdf of their 3-months programs are still stored, but you can only find them individually through Google.

    The press site hasn’t changed, but it only goes back to 2016.

    They still have some old html mini-sites up, but they are not linked on the new website.

    The loss of some great content has been an unpleasant surprise at launch, but hopefully this will be changed in the near future.

  4. I looked at some stuff and I have to admit, I didn’t expect it to be full of really mediocre, poorly centred, poorly aligned photos taken from any old angle. These look like the photos a tourist takes.

  5. Finally! Amazing. They’ve been lagging behind. I mean no offense in saying this, but for what is arguably _the_ world’s top art museum, the Louvre has been really behind in terms of getting their collection online, relative to premiere museums in other countries, such as [The Met](https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection) and the [Rijksmuseum](https://www.rijksmuseum.nl/en/search). This was a massive undertaking, I’m sure. I’m so excited to see this go live. Hopefully it’ll push even more museums to share their collections online!

  6. Because like hell they’re giving any of it back.

  7. I went in, lost my ticket, scared to leave without seeing EVERYTHING, ate sandwich in the loo, took two painkillers and saw EVERYTHING FUCKING THING. I’m good… thanks! Good to know though.

  8. Somewhat interesting for those hoarding metadata, but not exactly high res scans if the collection like Van Gogh Museum does sadly.