- Google’s Arts and Culture app launches a renaissance of selfie reflection
- Google's Art and Culture app turns your phone into a museum
Google’s Arts and Culture app launches a renaissance of selfie reflection
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Social media newsfeeds were awash with selfies of people trying to find their doppelganger in a work of art held in museum collections from around the world. Apparently, I look like a man…. The app was released a few months before I decided to launch this blog and to be honest, I almost completely shelved my blog idea. I mean, seriously, how can I compete with the likes of Google? Just call me David and Google Goliath. Could I create lists of places I wanted to visit for my holiday planning? One afternoon I spent a few hours trying out the functions.
The most intriguing part about the app is the facial recognition feature that matches your selfie with your art doppelganger. In fact, the feature is only available in the US at the moment. How the deprived must be burning with envy as they watch celebrities and friends posting their art history doppelgangers on social media. Hoping to find Scarlett match with the Girl with a Pearl Earring , she was the first on the list. Rumor has it Keanu Reeves is immortal and once went by the name of Paul Mounet. The Museum features site-specific street art throughout the city of Amsterdam. First established as Tales of the Nine, a project to highlight nine artworks to be displayed at nine regions of Amsterdam Nieuw-West, the museum began as the city called for the recognition of other street art in the area.
Google's Art and Culture app turns your phone into a museum
This exhibition is I have chosen to showcase the art work of Katsushika Hokusai. He is Japanese artist, painter and printmaker of the Edo period.