Round table organized by the Wildenstein Plattner Institute
“Finding Treasures in Digital Archives: Insights from Four Prominent Institutions”
Friday, November 24 at 4:30 PM
Eiffel Salon of the Grand Palais Ephémère
Whether treasures, historical sources, or curiosities, digitized archival collections contain many documents essential to art historical research. Discover the selections of four prestigious institutions during a roundtable organized by the Wildenstein Plattner Institute featuring::
Lucile Haguet, Curator of Heritage Collections at the classified Municipal Library of Le Havre
Maud Marron-Wojewodzki, Heritage Curator, in charge of modern and contemporary collections and multimedia service, Fabre Museum, Montpellier
Sophie Pietri, Director of Archive Collections, Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Paris
Pauline Rivière, Digitization Project Manager, Sainte-Geneviève Library, Paris
Henri Matisse, July 13, 1908; Albert Marquet Research Archives,
The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc.
About The Wildenstein Plattner Institute
The Wildenstein Plattner Institute, Inc. is a non-profit private foundation established in 2016 and based in New York.
In collaboration with its partner institution, the WPI Fund, in Paris, it produces digitized catalogue raisonné projects, archival material, and related cultural programming, all freely accessible to the public online.
The Wildenstein Plattner Institute aims to demonstrate the critical importance and relevance of archival research and its impact on cultural heritage, and to stimulate new avenues of scholarly exploration related to its digital collections.