Google launches Frida Kahlo & # 39; digital retrospective & # 39; – Tech News

Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico on Google Street View. — Google

Google Arts & Culture has launched what is the largest digital retrospective of Frida Kahlo to date, offering insights into the Mexican artist's legacy for all to view.

to create “Faces Of Frida”, which showcases some of her best-known work alongside artworks and artifacts that are rarely displayed publicly, many taken from private collections.

Among them are “View of New York”, drawn from the window of the Barbizon Plaza Hotel in 1932. Kahlo's finest works, some sketched on the back of the prepared paintings, and so on, plus personal photographs, letters, journals and clothes.

Street View tours allow visitors to examine places that had an impact on her career, such as her residence Casa Azul. In all, 33 partner museums from seven countries, more than 800 artifacts, 20 ultra-high resolution images and five

Visitors can also go inside the Frida Kahlo Museum in Mexico, taking in some of its highlights by clicking here.

“Faces Of Frida” can be viewed here or via the Google Arts & Culture app. – AFP Relaxnews

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