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The Getty Center celebrates 20 Years with J. Paul Getty Trust Report 2017

The J. Paul Getty Trust published its latest annual report, “The Getty Center at Twenty.” The chairwoman of the board of trustees, Maria Hummer-Tuttle, writes in her statement: 209 more words

Reports

Meeting Rembrandt at The Getty

This photo’s a bit off focus…. ok lets be honest its blurry! It was my 1st time @thegetty & my 1st time meeting Rembrandt(personification of his paintings). 109 more words

Art

LA Diary: The Getty Center

Hey everyone!

Pulling these photos up from the archives, they were too pretty not to post! Amanda and I frequented the Getty Museum a while back and were impressed with the variety in art and beautiful outdoor spaces. 65 more words

Photography

PLANTLIFE AT THE GETTY CENTRE

There’s more than just art and architecture at The Getty Centre. With more than five hundred varieties of plants in the Central Garden alone, to the Cactus Garden in the South Promontory, fountains in the Museum Courtyard, shady hideaways and views of the Santa Monica Mountains its pure porn for any plant or landscaping enthusiast. 14 more words

Good Times

LAlive: Two Days in Another Town

Two views: One via Southwest, the other via the Getty Center.

Janene said, but you’re in Long Beach, you really aren’t in L.A. ? When I talk about Los Angeles, I talk about the whole thing. 299 more words

Visual Arts

Rembrandt van Rijn, The Abduction of Europa, 1632

Happy Birthday to the man who needs no introductions, Rembrant Harmenszoon van Rijn, or better known as simply Rembrandt! The artist, born on July 15, 1606, in Leiden, Dutch Republic, for some unknown reason added the silent “D” to his name, which originally was spelled just Rembrant; Harmenszoon, in Dutch tradition, is the “son of”, meaning that the artist’s father’s name was Harmen, and van Rijn, deriving from the place that the family was from, which, in this case, is in the region of the river Rhine, Rembrandt’s name means Rembrandt, son of Harmen, from the Rhine river region. 199 more words
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Loose ends.

“be easy.

take your time.

you are coming

home.

to yourself.”

– Nayyirah Waheed

I just started rehearsing a new play. Well, a play, and a monologue, two short pieces I’m directing this summer as part of a larger show. 627 more words

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