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Getty Salad Garden: Michael Parker

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On bowls as sculpture, the beauty of ugly fruit, and performance art. More»

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Crop Selection for the Getty Salad Garden

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Amaranth in the Getty Salad Garden. Photo: Abby Han

How did the Getty decide to grow unique vegetables like mizuna mustard and amaranth? More»

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Getty Salad Garden: Victoria Fu

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Visions of art, visions of salad. More»

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Getty Salad Garden: Ron Finley

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“Gangsta Gardener” Ron Finley talks about urban farming, creativity, and how food can change your life More»

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The Personalities of Salad Greens, Captured in Watercolors

Watercolor of flame lettuce and dragon's tongue arugula

“At different times of day you can see hues of red, purple, yellowish green, and an occasional pop of orange.” More»

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A Salad Garden Grows at the Getty: An Interview with Julia Sherman of Salad for President

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Photo: Abby Han

An installation of organic heirloom vegetables and salad greens has sprouted at the Getty. More»

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Scent, Spice, Salve at the Getty Villa

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Artist Becca Lofchie in the Getty Villa’s Outer Peristyle

Ancient herbs in 21st-century life. More»

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Getty Gardens: Brown Is the New Green

Green and brown flowers and rocks in the Getty's Central Garden

To adapt to the California drought, the Getty gardens team embraces the brown. More»

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A Tree Gets Its Wings

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As a new tree reaches the end of its life, a new sun garden is born. More»

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Watch the Oakes Brothers’ Drawing of the Getty Take Shape, Line by Line

The Oakes Brothers in the Central Garden at the Getty Center, 2011

See artist-brothers Ryan and Trevor Oakes live-sketch the Central Garden. More»

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      Photography of Troubled Dreams

      Japanese photographer Shiga Lieko works with local communities, immersing herself in them and incorporating their histories and myths into her photographs. Her series Rasen Kaigan (Spiral Shore) was created between 2009 and 2012 in Kitakama, Japan, a coastal village devastated by the earthquake and tsunami of March 11, 2011. The images possess a dreamlike, postapocalyptic quality that evokes myth, natural disaster, and trauma.

      Six from the series are included in the exhibition The Younger Generation: Contemporary Japanese Photography (through February 21).

      Three images from Shiga Lieko’s series Rasen Kaigan (Spiral Shore), from top: Rasen Kaigan 39 and Portrait of Cultivation, 2009; Rasen Kaigan 21, 2012. Chromogenic prints. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Purchased with funds provided by the Photographs Council, 2015.1.2.–.4 © Shiga Lieko

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