In April 2013 the Rijksmuseum of Amsterdam launched an interactive online platform called Rijksstudio, making available 125.000 works of its collection and inviting everyone to use those ultra high-resolution images on creative projects of their own. An unprecedented gesture, since this is the first time such a thing happens in the history of museums. Amazed and excited I found myself […]
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