Frida Kahlo’s interactive exhibition.
A few months ago, Google launched its Google Art Project platform. It allows thousands of curious and art lovers to visit many museums. Thus, the platform provides the most precious and interesting cultural activities that can be offered to us. This by entering the precincts of the largest exhibitions. Google gives access to about 550 institutions in 50 different countries, all for free. Currently, one of the biggest exhibitions on the life of Frida Kahlo and her works: “Frida Kahlo: appearances can be deceiving” is held at the Brooklyn Museum in New York.
Google Art & Culture has not only posted a retrospective on the iconic Frida Kahlo.
But each of her works is accompanied by sharp deciphering by art historians and other specialists. In addition, each user can use the “ART CAMERA” function to zoom in on the work and see hidden directions. And some things that we wouldn’t have especially noticed and understood during a simple physical visit to the museum.
An adventure in the bowels of the most fabulous works of Frida. Because the young plastic artist with polio had trained herself in painting. And thanks to this immersive exhibition, we are able to come back and immerse ourselves in the world of Kahlo. Find out more about his relationship to love, the body, politics, infidelity. And the different obstacles that she experienced in her life.
In these times of confinement because of the Covid-19, discovering the works of Frida Kahlo is an inspiring experience. Because the artist has used all the positive and negative things that have happened to her in life to boost her creativity and create sumptuous works. The latter will remain anchored in the history of art forever.