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Debra Canter and Joe Dyer with donations to the Westside Food Bank

Join the Getty Community in Donating Food for #GivingTuesday

Bring a donation of food on December 2 and we’ll match it. More»

Inside the Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art

Honoring the Legacy of Ladislav Sutnar

A giant of graphic design is remembered again. More»

Graffiti on the Berlin Wall reading, the world's too small for walls
Photo: Alexandra Novosseloff

A New Walled Order?

Walls don’t work. So why do we keep building them? More»

Props used in the Guerrilla Girls' actions: plastic gun, bananas, and gorilla fingers with nail polish
Copyright © Guerrilla Girls, courtesy guerrillagirls.com

Treasures from the Vault: The Guerrilla Girls Archive

Why did art professionals put on gorilla masks and take to the streets? More»

Getty Museum's senior curator of antiquities, Jeffrey Spier, in the East Garden at the Getty Villa

Meet Jeffrey Spier, the Getty Museum’s New Antiquities Chief

What the Getty Museum’s new senior curator of antiquities has on his to-do list. More»

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    Memorial for the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in a shopping mall
    Photo: Christof Zwiener

    How Should We Remember the Berlin Wall?

    “We believe that celebrations and congratulatory moments must give way to more creative engagement.” More»

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        On this day in 1910, the Mexican Revolution began.

        This postcard of Pancho Villa, known as “el centauro del norte” or centaur of the north, was widely circulated during his rise to fame as a dominant revolutionary force in northern Mexico.

        General Francisco (Pancho) Villa, D. W. Hoffman, ca. 1912. Gelatin silver photographic postcard. The Getty Research Institute, 89.R.46 


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