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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.
Two exhibitions reveal the teaching methods and exercises of the Bauhaus—and even let you try some of them for yourself.
The former director of the British Museum uses artistic objects to explore belief and its impact on societies.
On Lorna Simpson's pioneering work.
Inside Ruscha's 50-year archive of L.A. streets, now housed at the Getty.
Classicist Mary Beard on the fascination of the ancient world.
Exploring two biographies of Degas written by authors who knew him well.
From carbonized papyri to a drunken satyr, understanding the life and art of a Roman villa.
How has archaeological practice evolved in recent decades and what potential do digital tools hold for its future?
The history, growth, and impact of Saudi Arabia’s official Islamic sect.
Architectural historian Neil Jackson explores key works by this important Los Angeles architect.
Getty curator Anne Woollett explores the life of this great painter through two biographies by his contemporaries.