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Getty Voices: Our L.A.

Getty Voices: Lyra Kilston's L.A. map
My L.A.: My life mapped on the landscape.

Did you walk through Overdrive and see part of your story? What are your junctions of place and history? What buildings reflect a bit of who you are? More»

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Will the Real Los Angeles Please Stand Up?

Reed Johnson (moderator) with, from left, filmmakers Thom Andersen and William Friedkin and film critics Richard Schickel and Kenneth Turan

Impersonal concrete sprawl. A surfer’s paradise. A dark battleground of grisly crimes. Los Angeles is a regular character in the movies, on TV, in books, and in art, but its identities are as numerous as its roles. The recent conference… More»

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The 5th Annual Archives Bazaar

The 5th Annual Archives Bazaar was held at the Doheny Memorial Library at USC. Photo: Michael Castro

On Saturday, October 23, the Getty Research Institute participated in the 5th Annual Archives Bazaar. Organized by L.A. as Subject, a USC-hosted research alliance dedicated to improving the visibility, access, and prese­rvation of primary sources of Los Angeles history, the… More»

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      What is sunrise like at the Getty?

      “The fog was so thick we couldn’t see the sunrise when it came at 5:47am PT. There was no gong, no fanfare. Many of us were oblivious, engrossed in conversations with old friends or new acquaintances, awkwardly touching each other as per Ono’s instructions, or contemplating the obscured landscape. I looked at my companions, asking them “Was that it? Did we miss it?” That was it, but we hadn’t missed it at all.

      Piece by hyperallergic‘s Matt Stromberg. Read in full here.

      07/06/15

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