Between 2005 and 2020, the Criminocorpus team has created over 50 online exhibitions that include over 6,000 images. These exhibitions are original, “born-digital” productions or versions of “real” exhibitions. Any institution, researcher, or individual can propose an exhibition to be hosted by the Criminocorpus site. See here for potential pedagogical applications of this service.
The Criminocorpus exhibitions are the heart of the history of justice’s virtual museum. Little by little, they will be accompanied by virtual visits of judicial establishments and themed photography collections (the prisons of Le Havre, La Santé, Chartres, Liancourt, and the Palais de Justice in Paris).
See for example: images and descriptions of the accused under the Third Republic.