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Your Questions about the Getty Gardens, Answered

Brian Houck

Our garden expert tells all. More»

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Modernism’s Maverick: A Conversation with Harry Gesner

Harry Gesner portrait featured

“Nature is my teacher, rather than other architecture. I don’t study other people’s work.” More»

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Talking the Global Middle Ages with Curator Bryan Keene

Bryan Keene

Curator Bryan Keene takes questions from inquiring Instagrammers More»

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Getty Salad Garden: Julian Hoeber

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Julian Hoeber on the reality and mythology of being an artist. More»

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Getty Salad Garden: Robert Irwin

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Artist Robert Irwin shares his thoughts on creating art, gardens, and salads. More»

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A Look Back at the Getty in 2015—And a Peek at 2016

James Cuno in his office at the Getty

The Getty president looks back at 2015, and ahead to 2016. More»

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Posted in Art, Art & Archives, Behind the Scenes, Getty Research Institute

Getty Salad Garden: Marcia Reed

Making salad with a curator and a culinary historian. More»

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Comedian Kate Berlant Answers Our Questions about Inspiration

Kate Berlant

Fun with grotesque faces. More»

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Classicist Edith Hall on Ancient Conflict Resolution, Robots, and Why Knowing Greek History Would Make the World a Better Place

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“I would like to teach every young person some bits of Homer, Greek drama, Plato, Aristotle, Livy and Tacitus. The world would be a better place.” More»

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A Manuscript Collector’s Perspective

What draws an art collector to focus on Renaissance manuscripts? More»

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      Composed from memories and from drawings made during his travels in Italy, Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot painted this view for the Paris Salon of 1839. A dramatic colored sky and a few lone figures appealed to the melancholic sensibilities of the Romantic critics of the time.

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