Maite Gomez-Rejon

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The Ancient Wisdom of Aphrodisiacs

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Tickle your tongue with this seductive cocktail based on ancient aphrodisiacs. More»

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Posted in Art, Getty Center, J. Paul Getty Museum, Photographs, Film, and Video

Picturing Food: A New Social Art?

Untitled from the series British Food, Martin Parr, 1995. © Martin Parr/Magnum Photos

Drop your fork! I need to take a picture! Perhaps you’ve heard this exclamation, followed by the snap of a camera, while dining at a restaurant or sitting down to a home-cooked meal. Maybe you have even said it yourself,… More»

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      From South Pole explorers to trusty companions, dogs throughout art history are just barking adorable. 

      #NationalDogDay

      Vida, about 1912, Herbert G. Ponting. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Shepherd with His Dog, about 1795, Johann Jakob Wilhelm Spangler. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Gravestone of Helena, about A.D. 150 - 200, Unknown. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Vessel with Youths and Their Dogs, about 490 B.C., Kleophrades Painter. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Dogs, about 1250 - 1260, Unknown. English. J. Paul Getty Museum.

      08/26/14

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