Europeana Photography (European ancient photographic vintage repositories of digitized pictures of historical quality) is a EU-funded project to create a partnership with prestigious photographic collections from archives, public libraries and museums in order to conserve and make accessible online 100 years of photography, from the first example of images from Fox Talbot and Daguerre to the beginning of the Second World War.
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TopFoto were pleased to be able to represent the EuropeanaPhotography project at fotofringe held at Kings Place, London on 24 April 2013. More
Evgeni Dimitrov, our partner at the National Academic Library and Information System (NALIS), gave an interview at the Bulgarian National Radio: enjoy listening!More
Preserving the heritage of the past is fundamental, but making visible and sharing our heritage is even more important to keep the memory alive.More
The EuropeanaPhotography project was presented on the occasion of the EVA Florence 2013 on May 15.More
The Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam launched Rijksstudio, the new online presentation of 125,000 works in the collection. Thanks to Rijksstudio, web users can to create their own masterpieces by downloading images of artworks or details of artworks in the collection and using them in a creative way.More