Author: Glenn Phillips

As a consulting curator at the Getty Research Institute, I specialize in postwar and contemporary art, including video, performance, and other time-based practices. I've organized the exhibitions California Video and Evidence of Movement, as well as several video series, including "Pioneers of Brazilian Video Art, 1973–1983," "Surveying the Border: Three Decades of Video Art about the United States and Mexico", "Reckless Behavior", and "Radical Communication: Japanese Video Art, 1968–1988". I came to the Getty from the Whitney Museum of American Art, where I worked on exhibitions about contemporary art and video.