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Building The Catalogue: The National Gallery And Digital Publishing

Posted at 12:10PM Sunday 27 Apr 2014

'Building the Picture: Architecture in Italian Renaissance Painting', which opens at London's National Gallery this week, is accompanied by the institution's first fully digital catalogue. We spoke with one of the exhibition curators, Caroline Campbell, to find out more about the gallery's decision to go digital.

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