A new preservation strategy for an icon of midcentury architecture.
The art and science of preserving cultural heritage around the world.
The fanciful nature of a 19th century chandelier revealed
Over thirty years after it was stolen from the University of Arizona, a de Kooning will be conserved at the Getty.
Why and how were these sculptures made? Science steps finds an answer.
Study and treatment of a Renaissance altarpiece reveals new details about the artist’s working method, as well as his brilliant colors
A decade of work to preserve one of antiquity’s best-known sites.
An Introduction to the Drunken Satyr, A Rare Roman Bronze Being Studied and Conserved at the Getty Villa
A rare ancient Roman sculpture receives in-depth conservation treatment.
Real-world grant-making leads to positive results.
A new program is creating career pathways for students from underrepresented groups.
Dig into the details of some of Bruegel’s beloved paintings.
New grants will conserve significant examples of twentieth-century architecture.
Three visiting scholars to discover new ideas and connections at the Getty.