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Miranda Hinkley hears why Hans Holbein’s Ambassadors are worth a closer look.

10 February, 2011

Over a thousand world-famous artworks, panoramic views of galleries, super high-res, zoomable images; this is the new Google Art Project.

Launched earlier this month, it’s the result of a long-term collaboration with institutions including the National Gallery, Tate, The State Hermitage Museum, Uffizi, Rijksmuseum and the Van Gogh Museum. It allows users anywhere in the world to learn about the history and artists behind a huge number of works, at the click of a mouse.

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App producer Miranda Hinkley gives us a preview in Museum ID Magazine:

30 August, 2010

To enter the V&A’s Quilts: 1700-2010 is to step into a private, inner world created by hundreds of hands. In places this world is centuries old, in others contemporary, but it’s always haunting, complex and quirkily beautiful. My challenge as producer of the exhibition guide was to do it justice on a mobile, digital platform; Apple’s iPod touch.

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