About: Jessie Park

I’m a former graduate intern and current curatorial research consultant in the department of drawings at the Getty Museum. Drawings excite me because they reveal the movement of an artist’s hand through line and thus the process of artistic creation. I’m pursuing a PhD at the University of Arizona in Northern Renaissance art, with a particular research interest in cross-cultural exchange between Northern Europe and Italy in the Renaissance.

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Getty Voices: Looking East, Looking West

Stephanie and I (seated, far right) with colleagues at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, in November 2011. Back row, standing: left to right: Lee Jae-jeong, Moon Dong Soo, Min Kil-hong. Front row, seated, left to right: Lee Won Bok, Burglind Jungmann, Stephanie Schrader, Jessie Park
Stephanie and I (seated, far right) with colleagues at the National Museum of Korea, Seoul, in November 2011. Back row, standing: left to right: Lee Jae-jeong, Moon Dong Soo, Min Kil-hong. Front row, seated, left to right: Lee Won Bok, Burglind Jungmann, Stephanie Schrader, Jessie Park

“Looking East” established a platform for international dialogue around art, history, and cultural exchange. More»

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      theconsultingenabler:

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      Check out a cake pan at Great Bend Public Library, Kansas

      This is amazing.

      Who says libraries are dying?

      I feel like there was another cake pan/library photo floating around a while back which was even more epic. Hanging them in bags seems much more sensible though.

      Oh man, does looking at this make anyone else hungry?

      Imagine taking that cake pan and putting gelato in it.

      stolen from the internet

      Can’t even work for the rest of the day now.

      First, huntingtonlibrary and thegetty were beautiful and magical together…until gelato came along and stole huntingtonlibrary's heart away.

      Wait wait wait, huntingtonlibrary what if we promised to fill this vase with gelato.

      It’s 9 feet high…

      Vase, 1889, Jean-Désiré Ringel d’Illzach. Bronze and copper, 107 1/2 in. high. The J. Paul Getty Museum.

      01/27/15

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