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The place of the cat (kedi) in the his­to­ry of art, such is the vir­tu­al exhi­bi­tion the Uni­ver­sal Muse­um of Art has been offer­ing online for a while and… free of charge.

A deam­bu­la­tion is offered through dif­fer­ent rooms exhibit­ing works which all con­tain kedi, whether obvi­ous or not. Some are wel­know clas­sics, oth­ers will allow you to dis­cov­er trea­sures. In short, an ide­al con­fine­ment activ­i­ty for cat lovers, one to car­ry out with chil­dren also as the didac­tic sec­tion is very well done.

For habit­u­al video games affi­ciona­dos, this will be child’s play. For oth­ers, after a few hes­i­ta­tions no doubt, dis­cov­er­ing this vir­tu­al Art world by “search­ing for the cat”, from one work to anoth­er, will soon be easy. There is even a pos­si­bil­i­ty for own­ers of vir­tu­al hel­mets to access a 3D uni­verse via your smartphone.

To start the vis­it, click on the chat.

kedi chat

Translation by Renée Lucie Bourges –
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