When museums, galleries and other cultural venues were forced to close due to the coronavirus quarantine, curators and staff had to get creative.
Museums and galleries all over the world from the Louvre in Paris and the Vatican in Rome to the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. to the Art Institute of Chicago, now have virtual tours available so people can view exhibitions and appreciate the pieces from the comfort of their own homes. What will the future hold for museums and galleries? What innovations can we expect to see?
The Louvre presented the museum’s first virtual reality experience, which brings to life the story of the Mona Lisa, Da Vinci’s most famous masterpiece.
We invite you to explore, engage and be amazed through digital experiences you can access anytime, from anywhere.