The team of “Reflection Center for Suspended Histories. An attempt” exhibition created the website http://reflectioncenterforsuspendedhistories.com/ as an immersive virtual tour that offers the possibility to go more in-depth with the themes disseminated by the artists and curator, a press release informs. The innovative website offers three ways of understanding the content of the exhibition, based on three curatorial principles: The Obsession with Art History; The Imaginative Parcours of Knowledge; Chronology-Invisibility-Afterlife. The exhibition “Reflection Center for Suspended Histories. An attempt”, is one of the two projects officially representing Romania at the 55th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia. The exhibition is hosted by the New Gallery of the Romanian Institute for Culture and Humanistic Research in Palazzo Correr (Campo Santa Fosca) Venice. The “Reflection Center for Suspended Histories. An attempt” exhibition, curated by Anca Mihulet, will be opened until November 24 and works as a temporary institution, a model for a center of reflection and thinking about the relevance of art history and visuality. The works of art have been selected by using a method similar to the one Johann Joachim Winckelmann applied when evaluating the Greek, Roman, Etruscan and Egyptian antiquity, mindful of the fact that historical forces have influenced art history, taste and aesthetic value.