2021 Année Napoléon > Universal Museum of Art
On the occasion of the bicentenary of Napoleon’s death, the Universal Museum of Art (UMA) proposes a virtual exhibition on the theme “Napoleon, Myth and Propaganda”.
For more information, contact the organisers via the UMA website (form).
This information was updated on 28 April 2021.
Virtuel exhibition> “Napoleon, Myth and propaganda”
Soon to be opened online
“Napoleon, Myth and Propaganda” is a virtual exhibition produced by UMA (Universal Museum of Art), with the participation of Thierry Lentz, director of the Fondation Napoléon.
In a virtual reality setting, inspired by the Napoleonic era, the exhibition retraces the emblematic works representing Napoleon. Throughout his life, artists accompanied his political rise, worked on the emergence of modern propaganda, and thus contributed to building his myth. The exhibition, which includes some forty works, all with commentary, will be accessible from your mobile and computer on the website www.the-uma.org.
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UMA (Universal Museum of Art) is a virtual reality museum that collaborates with cultural institutions to create unique exhibitions, accessible on the internet, via the platform
the-uma.org. UMA’s ideal is the digital democratisation of culture: to facilitate access to art, to familiarise the public with museums, to promote the collections, and to participate in artistic entertainment by designing playful, immersive exhibitions in virtual reality.