Google Arts&Culture

Google Arts&Culture

@googlearts

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For the Culturally Curious. #GoogleArtsandCulture #MuseumFromHome

Joined on February 08, 2011
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @googlearts and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
5 hours
Average replies
4
Average retweets
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Average likes
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Tweets with photos
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Can you #GuessWhat artist Yves Klein used instead of a brush to paint this work of art?
 
@elliegoulding has the answer and explains why this is one of her favorite works of art in her #ArtZoom episode: https://t.co/F6ZIJCkZC6

@MuseoGuggenheim
@SerralvesTwit
@LAGNroma https://t.co/e2Bq8S7GCJ

Can you #GuessWhat artist Yves Klein used instead of a brush to paint this work of art? @elliegoulding has the answer and explains why this is one of her favorite works of art in her #ArtZoom episode: https://t.co/F6ZIJCkZC6 @MuseoGuggenheim @SerralvesTwit @LAGNroma https://t.co/e2Bq8S7GCJ

Is this a painting or a photo? https://t.co/6BNiM5nMiN

Is this a painting or a photo? https://t.co/6BNiM5nMiN

Can you #GuessWho this intricate floral fabric was designed for? 

Hint: It was used to decorate a famous French Queen’s bedroom in Versailles. 

📅 1785/1786
🏛️ @MNGBS https://t.co/2pZ2lxOXqe

Can you #GuessWho this intricate floral fabric was designed for? Hint: It was used to decorate a famous French Queen’s bedroom in Versailles. 📅 1785/1786 🏛️ @MNGBS https://t.co/2pZ2lxOXqe

A global art tour celebrating works from around the world 🌏 Created and recorded during lockdown in collaboration with some of today's most powerful musical voices. 

Check out the entire season two of #ArtZoom now available on @YouTube: https://t.co/qKyoGnmPCU https://t.co/VTGxmEs5gd

A global art tour celebrating works from around the world 🌏 Created and recorded during lockdown in collaboration with some of today's most powerful musical voices. Check out the entire season two of #ArtZoom now available on @YouTube: https://t.co/qKyoGnmPCU https://t.co/VTGxmEs5gd

What do you think? Hear DIY musician, video director, and visual artist @Grimezsz take on the matter in her #ArtZoom episode: https://t.co/JASYv4pNjB @FineArtsBelgium

“Despite the significant scientific advances made in Bruegel's century, the beliefs of the Middle Ages were still very much alive and a lot of people believed in demons. Was Bruegel one of those people?” https://t.co/2TCWLGCGr4

“Despite the significant scientific advances made in Bruegel's century, the beliefs of the Middle Ages were still very much alive and a lot of people believed in demons. Was Bruegel one of those people?” https://t.co/2TCWLGCGr4

Zoom into the stitches on over 100 handmade banners that have been brought to life in ultra-high resolution with @artichoketrust.

Each banner was made as part of #WomenMakingHistory
#PROCESSIONS2018 campaign alongside @1418NOW @SBSisters 

https://t.co/YvFACoBhGr https://t.co/3DyrNlCBc2

Zoom into the stitches on over 100 handmade banners that have been brought to life in ultra-high resolution with @artichoketrust. Each banner was made as part of #WomenMakingHistory #PROCESSIONS2018 campaign alongside @1418NOW @SBSisters https://t.co/YvFACoBhGr https://t.co/3DyrNlCBc2

Celebrate the contributions of HIspanic and Latino American at https://t.co/b0HTaPTQL0

In 1988, the Hispanic Heritage Week became Hispanic Heritage Month for a 30-day celebration.

Mexico and Chile celebrate their independence days on September 16 and September 18, respectively.

September 15 is the anniversary of independence for the Latin American countries of Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, and Nicaragua.

It started in 1968, with President Johnson issuing an annual proclamation that designated the week of September 15 as National Hispanic Heritage Week.

National #HispanicHeritageMonth is observed in the US from September 15 to October 15. It honors the cultures and contributions of both Hispanic and Latino Americans. https://t.co/xbraziIgDB

Have you ever traveled to Croatia? Take a virtual voyage and experience the colors, sounds, and specialities of this country's unique culture. 🇭🇷 https://t.co/CWI4APWxFu @Croatia_hr @MUO_ZAGREB Museum Alka of Sinj

Which other artworks make you feel connected with the subject? Hear more from @FKAtwigs on why she finds such connection and inspiration in this work of art in her episode of #ArtZoom: https://t.co/47lRlKCXDQ @NationalGallery

“Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy is quite a large painting, almost life-size. Its horizontal format, with the figure placed so close to the front, heightens the saint’s proximity to us, making us the witnesses of a very intimate moment.” https://t.co/NCu4CPzifP

“Mary Magdalene in Ecstasy is quite a large painting, almost life-size. Its horizontal format, with the figure placed so close to the front, heightens the saint’s proximity to us, making us the witnesses of a very intimate moment.” https://t.co/NCu4CPzifP

Wrapping up this #ArtZoom season is South Korean Artist Chaeyoung 🇰🇷(from K-Pop supergroup TWICE: @JYPETWICE) who treks the topography of colors, shapes & nature of “Mountain” by Yoo Youngkuk. A painting that can be felt as much as seen. https://t.co/EIufzrKhR2 🇰🇷 @MMCAKOREA

Dive into the painting that you've likely seen but may not know by name. British 🇬🇧 Alternative band @the1975 lead-singer Matty Healy, explores “Large Composition A with Black, Red, Gray, Yellow, and Blue” by Piet Mondrian. https://t.co/1hWGC6r0LS 🇮🇹 @lagnroma

Make your way to Medellin with Colombian 🇨🇴 singer & Latin GRAMMY® Award winner @JBALVIN aka “Reggaeton's Global Ambassador” as he shares his perspective on "20 de Julio" and what the art of iconic painter, Fernando Botero, means to him. https://t.co/90kjd6CO3N @museonacionalco

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