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The Artists the Internet Almost Forgot

Stacey Allan, editor at East of Borneo
Stacey Allan, editor at East of Borneo and organizer of Unforgetting L.A., hosts the first Wikipedia edit-a-thon at the Getty Research Institute.

Building Los Angeles architecture and its architects, one Wikipedia entry at a time. More»

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Wikipedia Edit-a-Thon at the Getty Research Institute to Focus on Architecture and Design

Wikipedia edit-a-thon at the Getty Research Institute

Join us to build a better history of L.A. art through Wikipedia. More»

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Why Have There Been No Great (Wikipedia Articles on) Women Artists?

Sign for an edit-a-thon at the Wikimedia Foundation in San Francisco reading Welcome Wikipedians: Mind the Gap

What’s the top hit when you google Louise Nevelson, Dorothea Lange, or Betye Saar? Wikipedia, of course. The online encyclopedia anyone can edit, Wikipedia features 22 million articles edited by 1 million+ volunteer editors in 285 languages. Of those editors,… More»

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      Ancient Bronzes Visit  Los Angeles

      Rare, powerful, beautiful, and unusual sculptures from the Ancient world demonstrate the innovations in technique, portraiture, and subject matter during the Hellenistic Period. 

      What is a Hellenistic Bronze? Here’s our explainer on the Getty Iris blog.


      Installation views with objects (in order top to bottom) courtesy of The National Archaeological Museum, Athens, the Republic of Croatia, Ministry of Culture and the Kunsthistorisches Museum Wien, Antikensammlung, and Archaeological Museum of Kalymnos.

      is this the exhibition that just closed in Florence?

      Yes! It was at the Palazzo Strozzi, and will continue to the National Gallery of Art, DC in December.

      07/28/15

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