Today we present you again many, great new virtual exhibitions of archives, which they created with DDBStudio. If you can't really go to museums, these entertaining and attractively designed insights are highly recommended.
If you work in a cultural institution and want to curate a virtual exhibition yourself, you can find more information at DDBpro.
A virtual exhibition from the Gütersloh District Archive
Shortly before the end of the First World War, an influenza pandemic hits the world, killing 2 ½ million mainly younger people in Europe alone. The virtual exhibition of the Gütersloh District Archive impressively depicts the course of the Spanish flu, its aftermath and everyday life in the region.
A virtual exhibition of the city archive Greven and the local history society Greven e.V.
The virtual exhibition of the Greven City Archive and the Heimatverein Greven e.V. tells the story of the end of the Second World War in Greven and the surrounding area using documents and eyewitness accounts.
A virtual exhibition of the Herne City Archive
In March 1857, English and Irish investors, led by the Irishman William Thomas Mulvany, have Shaft 1 of the Shamrock Colliery in Herne sunk. Coal production at the colliery began in 1860. Shamrock translates as cloverleaf, and the colliery is thus named after the Irish national symbol, the three-leaf clover. The exhibition of the Herne City Archive tells the eventful history of the colliery and mining in Herne.
A virtual exhibition of the Hessian State Archives - State Archive Marburg and the German Documentation Center for Art History - Picture Archive Photo Marburg.
Immediately after the Second World War, the American military government set up the first Central Collecting Point in Marburg. The aim was to collect objects looted during the Nazi regime and return them to their rightful owners.
A virtual exhibition of the Archive of the Evangelical Church in the Rhineland
When photojournalist Hans Lachmann died in Monheim am Rhein on July 31, 2006, he left behind a legacy that will be dealt with by generations to come. His estate contains the pictorial documentation of half a century, captured in around half a million prints. This exhibition is dedicated to the genesis of his comprehensive oeuvre.