(CNN) — Want to spend an afternoon following in the footsteps of Beyoncé and Jay Z?
The video — which has had more than 68 million views and counting — has been interpreted as a comment on Western art history and its eradication of people of color. It’s the first video for the couple’s new album, “Everything is Love.”
The Louvre is offering a Beyonce and Jay-Z themed tour.
The thematic trail can be printed off, or followed on your phone via the art museum’s website.
The online guide offers details and context for each artwork, as well as pinpointing exact locations in the museum’s sprawling halls.
But it doesn’t offer specific insight into why the artworks were chosen for the music video. Instead it’s left up to the visitor to reflect on the significance of each piece in the context of “Apes**t.”
The Louvre is the most popular museum in the world.
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Visitors can see artwork featured in the power couple’s video for “Apesh**t.”
But the Beyoncé touch will no doubt attract a few more keen to emulate the star.