The Art Project by Google provides a beautiful platform to show and to explore art. Museums like the Tate Gallery, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Uffizi in Florence have been part of the project since the beginning in 2011. Today the platform features 596 collections, 193,942 objects, 43,933 user galleries and 808 exhibitions.
Here are some of my favourite virtual art exhibitions.
Great insight into Korean Contemporary Art in 2015.
An excellent walk through British Art with Tate’s curators (with video material).
Puts Stencil Art into political context.
Iconic stool no. 60 by Alvar Aalto
A great way to show the history of one single object.
Works on Paper by Degas, Renoir and Friends
Fantastic material well presented.
Stunning contemporary photography shown in social context.
A beautifully presented educational exhibition (with video content).
A fascinating introduction to the magic world of masks in India.
Colourful characters in Australia’s colonial past.
A gallery tour with humorous introductions.
Exhibtion: Sydney & Adelaide, Australia 2015
An insight into the young meditative art from China.
Browse all 808 exhibitions here