In collaboration with Google and its Street View technology, you can virtually visit the São Paulo Museum of Art.
You can freely walk through the virtual space and observe the museum’s statues and paintings, which are suspended in the air. To find out more about the work, you must click on it and be redirected to its description in Google Arts & Culture.
The virtual space has works that date back to the 14th century, when Brazil was discovered, but others are more contemporary. Some temporary exhibitions can also be visited, inviting you to return sporadically to the website to see what’s new.
If you want, instead of browsing the museum, you can access the shortcuts at the bottom of the page through thumbnails for faster access to information.