This week on Google Arts & Culture
Discover the bold and colorful artistic style that connects the Native American tribes who originate from the area spanning northern California up to the Alaskan panhandle. This exhibit is a collection of their traditional art forms that tell stories, teach history and pass wisdom from generation to generation.
Take a journey around Slovenia's idyllic countryside landscape and iconic spa locations, through 19th century drawings from the collection of the National and University Library of Slovenia.
Discover Pedro Infante, one of Mexico's cinema legends, and how he rose to fame, inspiring the parts that he played with his charismatic personality. This exhibit by Cineteca Nacional includes incredible behind-the-scenes photos and clips from some of his iconic films.
V. Shantaram was a pioneer of Indian cinema; over the decades he produced 92 films, directing 55 and starring in 25. The stories he created dealt with the social, economic and political problems of India at the time, while being at the forefront of cinematic innovation.
Graffiti: historical artifact or vandalism? The story of scrawling images and letters on walls goes much further back than modern-day tagging and spraypaints - here we look back at the history of people making their mark on the world around them.
Artist of the Week
Egon Schiele was an Austrian painter, known for the intensity and eroticism of his works. An early leader in Expressionism, he was a protégé of Gustav Klimt and the youngest student to enroll at Vienna's Academy of Fine Arts.
Street View Pick
Eltham Palace was once home to glamorous millionaires Stephen and Virginia Courtauld, who decked it out with a spectacular 1930s Art Deco interior. Wander round the stunning design on Street View and look out for all the modern technology of the era - including a built-in vacuum cleaner!
Nino Di Salvatore's work is inspired by scientific research linked to the psychology of perception. So what do you see when you look at these geometric patterns?