The Google Arts & Culture app has launched a virtual exhibition that gives Frida Kahlo fans the opportunity to view over 800 of her paintings and artifacts. "Faces of Frida" is a collaboration between Google Arts & Culture, art historians and experts, and 33 art museums all over the world. It's the largest Kahlo curation ever assembled, and it's completely free.
The online exhibit lets you to take "a closer look at the many faces of Frida Kahlo through her life, art and legacy." Through easy-to-navigate sections, you can gain fascinating insight about Kahlo, including some of the hidden meanings in her artwork, as well as how her personal life and illness impacted her work. You can see her letters, photographs, journals, personal belongings, and of course, her works of art. You can even take a virtual tour of the Blue House, Kahlo's lifelong home where she was born, lived her entire life, and died.
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Kahlo is known as "the queen of self portraiture," and the gallery features many of her self portraits, along with her other famous paintings. There's an option to zoom in on the paintings to see the small details and brushstrokes you'd otherwise miss.