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Artists, Educators, and Curators on L.A. and Photography

George Baker, professor of art history at UCLA, offering the keynote address. On screen: photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron
George Baker, professor of art history at UCLA, offering the keynote address. On screen: photograph by Julia Margaret Cameron

Photography turned 175 this year. Audio and recaps from the special celebratory symposium. More»

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Show Us Your #VictorianPose

#Victorian Pose

Look judgy and flash your monocle! The #VictorianPose sweepstakes is here. More»

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Windows Around Us

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A closer look at the windows that frame our world, on social media and IRL. More»

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Getty Conservation Institute Releases Critical New Resource for Conserving Historic Photographs

An early carbon photograph by Adolphe Brown, Two Girls (detail), date unknown. Private collection.
An early carbon photograph by Adolphe Brown, Two Girls (detail), date unknown. Private collection

This new digital publication offers science-based tools to identify how photographs were made. More»

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Getty Voices: Preserving the Photographs of the Middle East

Cairo
© Fouad Debbas Collection

Training a new generation of museum professionals to preserve the rich photographs collections of the Middle East. More»

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

Simultaneous Viewing and Ray Metzker’s Composites

Chicago / Ray K. Metzker
The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Gift of Hallmark Cards, Inc., 2005.27.1966. © Ray K. Metzker

The exhibition The Photographs of Ray K. Metzker and the Institute of Design in the Center for Photographs charts the five-decade-long career of Philadelphia-based photographer Ray K. Metzker and offers a context for his visual aesthetic through a selection of works by founding members and influential students of Chicago’s Institute of Design. More»

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Together American

Dorothea Lange, American, 1942  Gelatin silver print 7 15/16 x 12 in.  2000.52.1

The Fourth of July is a holiday of celebration, but also of reflection. During World War II, Dorothea Lange created a series of poignant photographs depicting the internment of Japanese Americans. Uprooted, these families could only take what they could… More»

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High School Students Explore Photojournalism with Sudharak Olwe

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Don’t call Sudharak Olwe a teacher. When the photojournalist from India met with a class from Venice High School at the Getty Center to discuss technique and creativity in photography, he turned the gathering from a workshop into a conversation…. More»

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      Grab a glass (and some for your friends), it’s International Beer Day

      "Welcome to my houseput me to your lips and drink me drydon’t take contentment away.” Inscription on Filigrana Beaker

      Ewer, Chinese porcelain 1662 - 1722, French mounts 1700 - 1710. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Goblet with the Arms of Liechtenberg, 1500 - 1530, Probably Bohemian. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Ice-glass Beaker, late 1500s or early 1600s, Dutch. J. Paul Getty Museum.
      Covered Filigrana Beaker (Stangenglas),1550-1600, mount about 1710-1712. J. Paul Getty Museum.

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