Granting access

For security and operational reasons, across the development process of ExpoFinder you must identify yourself ir order to access the application. We have no problem providing credentials to any researcher requesting so. But it helps us a lot the support of those who use our services. It allows us to improve and correct errors.

Ask us for an identity using our contact form. We will be happy to provide you with an identity and have, in this way, your participation and your valuable opinion.


The future is here and now…

Distributed application using the client-server paradigm for the management of the specific information of the projects Exhibitium FBBVA 2014 and ArtCatalogs (HAR2014-51915-P), developed by staff of the Department of Art History of the University of Málaga (Spain). iArtHis_LAB Research Group.

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A discipline of the 21st century

It is the desire of iArtHis_LAB to contribute significantly to the development and deployment of the (no longer so new, but still little implemented yet) digital paradigm in the academic world and researched Art History, especially in the field of Spain and Latin America.

The project ExpoFinder is one of the most outstanding contributions of the iArtHis_LAB research group to the world of knowledge management specialized tools living inside the scope of Digital Humanities.

A simple interface, a world of possibilities

Because the tools do not have to be complicated

With reliable results

Two years of project, awarded by FBBVA, have yielded more than remarkable results.

With the endorsement of UMA

ExpoFinder is designed, tested and verified by university professionals in research and development, all of them linked to the world of Digital Humanities. We know what we are doing and what we are looking for: we are art historians, humanists and computer scientists. Because we want to put to the reach of those who want the most advanced technology in the service of research excellence.

Contact us

Universidad de Málaga. Facultad de Filosofía y Letras. Departamento de Historia del Arte.
Campus de Teatinos. Bulevar Louis Pasteur, s/n.
29071 Málaga (España).
+34 952 131 690.


En buena compañía

En colaboración con importantes instituciones del mundo académico, empresarial y oficial.