An international project to preserve the built heritage of Latin America.
People & Places
Life at the Getty: news, people profiles, and visiting tips.
Creating an online experience from the archives.
A wide-ranging discussion—from descriptions of Mayan artifacts pulled from a picnic basket to the GRI’s newest initiatives—with the new director of the GRI.
Romare Bearden’s life provides a fascinating window into the history of the United States and its art.
Urban development, lack of resources, and weather are among current challenges.
Confronting termites, rainfall, and other regional challenges.
An archaeologist's viewpoint on challenges in southeastern China.
Renée Ater investigates monuments to the slave past.
The museum’s director shares insights into the institution’s beginnings, its influential role in broadening the art historical cannon, and its exciting future plans.
Art historian Tyler Green discusses the life and legacy of an understudied photographer.
The story of a pioneering artist as told by Virginia Woolf, critic Roger Fry, and the artist herself.
The photographer on her family and work.