SHAREX'S OBJECTIVES

The SHAREX project supports art professionals share digital art exhibitions in public spaces and homes. Co-financed in 2016 by Creative Europe, the project enhances digital productions, curations and co-operation possibilities. The WallMuse digital exhibition platform handles synchronised displays, their various formats as well as their different rights including copyright.

CURATE

Create digital exhibitions with rights managed for most authors under copyright, integrate works under Creative Commons.

SHARE

Sharing mechanisms and means to display 2D, 2.5D, 3D, 4D works and their various formats on various devices and displays.

LEARN

Production mechanisms for contemplative experiences using 2.5D/parallax, 3D captures and 360 interactive possibilities.

DIGITAL EXHIBITIONS

From Impressionism to Fauvism
From Impressionism to Fauvism
Pierre Lahaut - The 60s
Pierre Lahaut - The 60s
Five Modern Masterpieces
Five Modern Masterpieces
14-18. Rupture or Continuity?
14-18. Rupture or Continuity?
Great Day
Great Day
Contemporary Antiquities
Contemporary Antiquities
Louise Bourgeois
Women in Arts
Movement
Movement

WALLMUSE PLATFORM

DRM

MULTI DISPLAY

TRANSPARENT

BATCH UPLOAD

TUTORIALS

COOPERATIONS

RULES FOR MULTI ORGANISATION COOPERATIONS

  1. Co-ops use WallMuse’s digital exhibition platform to broadcast to a broad public at large and benefit from new audiences. 
  2. Co-ops can securely upload their digitised artworks either in form of images or videos to curate synchronised multi-screen exhibitions called Digital Exhibitions.

SERVICES

SOME FIGURES

4 614

Number of artworks

233

Number of exhibitions 

5

Number of countries

219 150

Potential audience

CO-OPS