Despite existing for almost a decade and being created by one of the largest tech companies, Google’s platform “Arts & Culture” has remained little known to the wider audience. This platform started its life in 2011 with the goal of digitalizing some of the most famous artworks and artefacts from the great galleries and museums of the world. Currently, you can take a look at the high resolution images of collections from 2000 institutions. All materials on the platform are available for exploring free of charge.
So, if you would like to take a high definition look at Van Gogh’s Starry Night painting, learn more about Byzantine mosaics or explore photo archives of NASA we are suggesting you to visit Google Arts & Culture.