Free exhibition: check out all of Frida Kahlo's paintings online for free using the Google Arts and Culture platform
Explore more than 800 works associated with Frida Kahlo through an interactive online exhibition. The collection of works gathered reveals the art and legacy of one of the most influential and recognized artists of the 20th century.
Faces of Frida is one of the largest curatorships of Mexican artists ever assembled and is available on the platform Google Arts and Culture.
Frida Kahlo exhibition online
With over 800 high-resolution paintings, artifacts, images and resources by the artist, the platform offers a deep dive into the artist's legacy.
To assemble the collection, Google teamed up with a network of 33 museums around the world, including the Frida Kahlo Museum, the Smithsonian, the V&A and the Center Pompidou. The result is an incredibly colorful and detailed tour, free for everyone.
Online visitors can also enjoy five Street View tours. All locations are associated with Kahlo, including the Blue House, as well as a Street View experience that visits the museum's displays dedicated to the painter.
Editorial resources from art historians and experts act as virtual guides, exploring topics such as the hidden meanings behind Kahlo's work. Personal letters, possessions, clothing, newspapers and photographs are available to browse, along with his most famous works and some never-before-seen pieces from private collections, including the View of New York.
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