The lockdown, caused by the covid-19 pandemic, has brought with it a substantial increase of the so-called digital exhibitions. While digital / virtual / online exhibitions are not a new phenomenon, it is true that the pandemic conditions have placed them at the center of curatorial activities in museums, art centers and galleries.
The rediscovery of digital / virtual / online exhibitions appears ambivalent: it is expected that this centrality will become a stimulus to promote new avenues for research and experimentation. However, we also run the risk of falling into a certain Adamism that takes us back to debates already overcome. Therefore, it is crucial to focus the attention on the concept and practice of digital/online/virtual exhibitions to reposition their problems within the framework of our post-digital and post-human present.