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Mikiko with her camera in front of her photograph on view in In Focus: Tokyo

Mikiko Hara Answers Your Questions about Photography

10 questions for Japanese street photographer Mikiko Hara. More»

Digitally decayed scan of a book from the Getty Research Institute / Bernard Picart

Preventing Digital Decay

Digital files are fragile. What to do? More»

Untitled (Is As It), negative 1996; print about 2007, Mikiko Hara. Chromogenic print. 14 x 14 inches. J. Paul Getty Museum. Purchased with funds provided by the Photographs Council. © Mikiko Hara

Beyond Mikiko Hara’s Viewfinder

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Former intern Elsa Bourguinon with GCI’s Tom Roby working on the Hieroglyphic Stairway at Copán, Honduras in 2001. Photo: Richard Ross

Advancing Conservation Practice, One Intern At a Time

Graduate internships at the Getty Conservation Institute offer training in both conservation and leadership. More»

Color print of Queen Marie-Antoinette

Three Reasons to Love Marie-Antoinette

Before her ill-fated end, Marie-Antoinette was a peerless patron of the decorative arts. More»

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    Photo: Christof Zwiener

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        What did death mean in Ancient life?

        An exhibition that looks at death and funerary practice through thirteen elaborate Apulian vases from Southern Italy now on view in Dangerous Perfection: Funerary Vases from Southern Italy!

        Funerary Vessel , South Italian, from Apulia, 340-310 B.C., terracotta red-figured volute krater< attributed to the Phrixos Group. Image © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung. Photo: Johannes Laurentius

        Funerary Vessel, South Italian, from Apulia, 350-325 B.C., terracotta red figured amphora attributed to the Darius Painter (the Hecuba Sub-Group).Image © Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Antikensammlung. Photo: Johannes Laurentius


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