Google Launches World's Largest Digital Frida Kahlo Exhibit

by Yvette Montoya

Frida Kahlo has inspired generations with her careful emotional vignettes of the things she struggled with: her sadness, her health, her relationships, her identity, and her political ideology at the time of the Mexican revolution. Yesterday Google Arts and Culture launched Faces of Frida, the World’s largest online exhibit of Frida’s art and artifacts, which gives an even closer and more personal look at her life and legacy. The project was a collaboration of 33 associates from 7 different countries, it includes more than 800 pieces, and features hundreds of rare personal photographs, diary entrees, letters, clothes, jewelry, as well...

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