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One of the many consequences of the Covid pandemic has been a surge in online visitors to museum collections, the British Museum, for example, recently recording a large spike in attendance via the internet. There is, however, a curious inconsistency here. Why is this? Rather than confront Malraux, many modern philosophers of art have, it seems, simply turned their backs on him. As a result, the meaning Malraux ascribes to the term is often oversimplified and misunderstood.

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The Book on the Floor: André Malraux and the Imaginary Museum

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The Book on the Floor - Andre Malraux and the Imaginary Museum

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Malraux and the Musee Imaginaire: the ‘museum without walls’

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