Pho­to by @airun72

Through­out his life Picas­so cre­at­ed a huge body of work, includ­ing paint­ings, draw­ings as well as sculp­tures, that trav­elled around the world. It seems impos­si­ble to grasp how and where the objects moved. One project group at Cod­ing Dür­er tries to solve this prob­lem and help us under­stand the prove­nience of Picasso’s work by using dig­i­tal tools. They use Open­Re­fine to han­dle the meta­da­ta pro­vid­ed by the Met Muse­um and the MoMA. D3 offers great time­line librarys to visu­al­ize time and place. Com­bined with infor­ma­tion about Picasso’s life and exhi­bi­tions their inter­ac­tive tool can show us how Pablo and his work moved through­out time.

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