Google Art Project Partners With 130 Museums, Shows 30,000 Artworks

A snapshot the website. (Courtesy Google)

Things are really looking up on the Internet these days. Yesterday saw the appearance of an Ed Ruscha CAPTCHA system on MoMA’s Inside/Out blog–here’s an explanation–and now Google has announced that more than 130 international museums have joined its Art Project website, which aims to catalogue the world’s art, the Associated Press reports. Among those museums are the Frick Collection, the Brooklyn Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Cooper-Hewitt and the Rubin Museum. Read More