Many exhibitions that occurred in the past in art museums left a large amount of records (pictures, videos and texts), which are distributed over several documents or places. This paper proposes a multimedia system to reconstruct the heritage and space from such exhibitions. The virtual reconstruction is based on collecting and recovering the documents and making them accessible using an integrated interface. The evolution of image and photograph visualization allows the virtual reconstruction of physical spaces, offering a new dimension of interaction with the user. Through image analysis techniques, the spatial relation between each photo in the archive is accessed allowing the semi-automatic construction of a virtual artwork exhibition.