Google Arts & Culture is the signature art app. Thanks to it, users in Spain can have a museum at home, in order to discover the best works of art or to learn more about them. In addition, it is an application that is continuously updated, even introducing a series of games.
Now it is the turn of a new update for Google Arts & Culture, which introduces a new feature called Art Zoom. Thanks to it, users are allowed to discover some of the world’s best-known works of art on a private tour led by a well-known singer.
Google’s art app is updated with five educational gamesGoogle Arts & Culture is updated and introduces five new educational games with which to learn more about art, culture and art history.
Google turns singers into art guides
At Art Zoom, Google Arts & Culture will take you on a tour of some of the best-known works of art in the world. They will do it with the help of various singers, such as Ellie Goulding, J.Balvin, Grimes, FKA Twigs or Chaeyoung de Twice. In this way they will narrate information about those works of art. In addition, it will be possible to zoom in to see them in great detail.
This is the second season of Art Zoom, which this time will take you to see works by Mondrian, Botero, Yoo Youngkuk, Gentileschi and others. So you will be able to discover new aspects about works of art by some of the best known artists in history or discover new artists. A good opportunity to learn about these works and see how they were created. To be able to see these works, you have to follow these steps:
- Open Google Arts & Culture.
- Tap Art Zoom on the home screen.
- Swipe a bit.
- Choose the video to see in the application.
This new season is presented as a good way to discover the history behind some works of art, as well as being able to see in great detail the way in which they were painted, thanks to the fact that we can zoom in and see perfectly any corner of said paintings. To do this, you will only have to install the application on your phone, available for free in the Play Store:
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