Picasso's Guernica in 8K Ultra HD in Japan

One of the painter Picasso's most famous works is exhibited in Tokyo in Ultra HD 8K on a screen of more than 8 m diagonal.

A 325'' diagonal monitor (8.25 m) with Ultra HD 8K resolution, nothing less was needed to honor Guernica, Picasso's emblematic painting which itself displays dimensions of 3.50 m over almost 8 meters. An installation to be discovered until the end of August at the NTT InterCommunication Center in Tokyo, Japan, designed in collaboration with the national channel NHK and the operator NTT.

NHK is mobilizing for the preservation of works in 8K

NHK aims to preserve the most significant works of history for future generations, thanks to the level of detail allowed by the 8K definition. As for the Guernica fresco - the centerpiece of the Reina Sofia Museum of Modern Art in Madrid - it was created in 1937 following the bombardment of the Basque town of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War. Source: La prensa latina