June 09, 2015

J. Paul Getty Trust Board of Trustees Elects Maria Hummer-Tuttle as Chair

Hummer-Tuttle begins four-year term on July 1, 2015
June 09, 2015

Getty Research Institute Acquires Archive of Margo Leavin Gallery

The GRI has purchased the complete records of the prominent Los Angeles gallery, spanning 1970-2013
June 04, 2015

J. Paul Getty Museum Presents “Hide and See: The Photographic Blind as a Technology of Animal Representation”

Curator Matthew Brower Examines the Development of Live Animal Photography in Nature at the End of the 19th Century
May 27, 2015

Getty Research Institute Presents: A Kingdom Of Images: French Prints in the Age Of Louis XIV, 1660–1715

300 years after the death of Louis XIV, the exhibition explores the rich variety of prints that came to define French power and style in the era of the Sun King

May 18, 2015

J. Paul Getty Museum Presents Degas: “Russian Dancers” and the Art of Pastel

Extraordinary loan from a private collection forms the centerpiece of an installation exploring Degas’s use of pastel
May 13, 2015

Getty Announces Summer Hours and Slate of Events

Enjoy Friday Flights, Saturdays Off the 405, Garden Concerts for Kids, and a full schedule of talks, classes, and tours this summer
May 07, 2015

The Walt Disney Animation Research Library And Getty Conservation Institute Announce Second Phase Of Animation Cel Conservation Project

The four-year project will focus on optimal storage conditions and re-attaching flaked and delaminated paints on Disney animation cels
May 05, 2015

Getty Conservation Institute and World Monuments Fund Launch Latest Version of Arches Heritage Inventory and Management System

Free, open-source software system, designed to help safeguard cultural heritage sites worldwide, is now in use by the City of Los Angeles and by the American Schools of Oriental Research for Cultural Heritage Initiatives for Syria and Iraq
April 30, 2015

Getty Museum to Present Woven Gold: Tapestries of Louis XIV

Exhibition is the first major tapestry show in the Western U.S. in four decades

Woven Gold, along with three other exhibitions across the Getty, marks the 300th anniversary of the death of Louis XIV

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