Artist Cai Guo-Qiang discusses his relationship with his unusual medium and his collaboration with GCI scientists to preserve his art.
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Digging into David Tudor's Archive
In this episode of the Art + Ideas podcast, Getty president Jim Cuno explores the archives of avant-garde musician David Tudor (1926–1996), which constitutes a complete record of Tudor’s activity as a performer and composer who often incorporated visual elements like sculptures, found objects, video, light circuits into his live electronic work.
The curator discusses a groundbreaking exhibition on the nude human figure in Renaissance art.
How does the architecture of the Salk affect the science performed there, and how can careful conservation support this work?
Understanding the special relationship between a scientist and an architect that led to the Salk Institute.
Using objects to tell the long history of our “global village” from the Bronze Age to the present day.
How funerary portraits illuminate cultural exchange in ancient Palmyra.
A photographer captures the nearly finished museum on film.
Finding, identifying, and learning from a newly discovered drawing by Michelangelo.
Understanding Édouard Manet and Vincent van Gogh through two deeply personal biographies.
Viewing Auguste Rodin’s sculptures through the eyes of poet Rainer Maria Rilke.
Take a curator-led tour of this exhibition on cultural exchange and art in ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
Viewing the art and career of Rembrandt through the lens of three artist-authors writing within fifty years of his death.