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The Getty Museum

Even with “June Gloom”, the Getty Museum is still enjoyable, and a beautiful property to explore.

Things To Know About The Getty Museum:

  • The Getty is an art organization involved in the conservation and research of art, while also running two art museum locations in Southern California, The Getty Museum and The Getty Villa.
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Places, Spaces, And Things To Do

Summer Art History Bucket List

As the summer of 2017 begins, I have made it my mission to immerse myself in much more art than I had last summer. I became so wrapped up in my job that I forgot to take the time to just surround myself with great art. 373 more words

Where Creativity Works

Urban Oasis: Los Angeles - The Getty Center

There is more to L.A. than movie stars, the scene, shopping and beaches.  There are many cultural and outdoor activities to enjoy, as well.  Why not combine them both – which is exactly what I did on my last trip, spending a few hours at… 178 more words

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Outdoor Sculpture @ the Getty

Spiny Top, Curly Bottom // Alexander Calder // painted steel // 1963

White travertine buildings coupled with the Los Angeles skyline provide a unique backdrop for a sculpture garden. 86 more words

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The Shimmer of Gold

Recently on view at The Getty Center was an exhibition glittering with exquisite works. Titled “The Shimmer of Gold: Giovanni di Paolo in Renaissance Siena,” this show explored the style of Sienese artist Giovanni di Paolo with ornate manuscripts and the stunningly gold “Branchini Altarpiece” (1427).

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Breaking News

With talk of the media and “fake news,” what better way to celebrate the media than by seeing an exhibition dedicated to artists inspired by the news. 100 more words

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Central Garden

When going to the Getty Center it is easy to get carried away wandering through the galleries marveling at the impressive collection of art. However, be sure not to forget the Getty Center’s living work of art, Robert Irwin’s Central Garden. 85 more words

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