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October 06, 2015

Getty Research Institute Presents The Edible Monument: The Art of Food for Festivals

At the J. Paul Getty Museum, Getty Center
October 13, 2015 – March 13, 2016

October 01, 2015

Getty Research Institute Acquires Early Photographs of Lebanon and Syria

Taken by Louis Vignes in 1864 and printed by photography pioneer Charles Nègre, these 47 albumen prints depict Beirut and ancient ruins in Palmyra, including structures that have reportedly been destroyed
September 16, 2015

Getty Research Institute Acquires Maurice Tuchman Archive

The legendary Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator has donated his papers spanning 1950-2000
July 15, 2015

The Getty To Present: Cave Temples Of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art On China’s Silk Road Organized In Collaboration With The Dunhuang Academy And The Dunhuang Foundation

Exhibition will feature rare objects found at the famous Mogao caves site, along with full-scale replicas of three of Mogao’s most exquisite cave temples 

Presenting Sponsor: The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation 
Lead Corporate Sponsor: East West Bank 
Lead Sponsor: The Henry Luce Foundation 

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
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

April 17, 2015

Thomas W. Gaehtgens, Director of the Getty Research Institute Receives the Prix Mondial Cino Del Duca, 2015

The award, given by the Simone et Cino del Duca Foundation, recognizes influential humanist scholarship and is one of the Grands Prix awarded by the foundations of the Institut de France
April 16, 2015

Getty Research Institute Releases The Unprecedented Digital Publication Pietro Mellini’s Inventory In Verse, 1681

The GRI’s first born-digital book is a new model for digital art history publications
April 09, 2015

Closing April 19: World War I: War of Images, Images of War

The exhibition exploring the propaganda developed by warring nations as well as major modern artists’ first-hand accounts has brought more than 150,000 visitors to the Getty Research Institute
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