About: Raina Chao, Rachel Rivenc, and Julie Wolfe

Raina Chao I'm a graduate intern in the Department of Decorative Arts and Sculpture Conservation at the J. Paul Getty Museum. Rachel Rivenc I'm an assistant scientist at the Getty Conservation Institute, with the Modern and Contemporary Art group. I am researching the synthetic materials used in contemporary art and their identification, deterioration, and conservation. Julie Wolfe I'm an associate conservator in the Department of Decorative Arts and Sculpture Conservation at the J. Paul Getty Museum. I have worked at the Getty for twelve years, and love working on exhibitions: every time, there is the challenge to learn something new. I trained at Buffalo State College in art conservation with advanced training at Harvard University Art Museums.

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Looking Under Judy Chicago’s Car Hood

The back (wall) side of Judy Chicago's Car Hood

This is the second in a series of conservators’ reflections on artworks in Pacific Standard Time. In 1964 Judy Chicago created this wall-mounted sculpture, Car Hood, from a steel car hood and traditional automotive paint. The work was on loan… More»

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      One summer, two painters, a new world of art making.

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      12/18/14

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