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J. Paul Getty Museum May 9
Manuscripts curators seek your feedback on an exhibition-in-progress—"Balthazar: A Black African King in Medieval and Renaissance Art"—on one of the most prominent African figures in old master European painting. Learn more on the blog:
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We anticipate exciting new scholarship on research topics ranging from Paleolithic figurines to sculptural interventions in landscape, from sacred gardens to the golden ratio in architecture.
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“This year’s theme addresses the urgency of today’s ecological issues as well as the history of visual culture as it relates to the natural world. I look forward to seeing the work our scholars generate in their time at the Getty,” says director Mary Miller.
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Strachan will be joined by 43 international incoming Getty Scholars whose work will be centered around this year’s themes: Art and Ecology at the Getty Center and Ancient Thrace at the Getty Villa.
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Strachan is a New York-based Bahamian artist whose work relates to the intersection of art, science, and the environment; he has been featured in a number of solo exhibitions throughout the US and abroad.
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We are pleased to announce Tavares Strachan as the Getty Research Institute's artist in residence for the 2019/2020 scholar year.
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J. Paul Getty Museum Apr 15
We are deeply saddened by the tragic fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, a treasure of the world's cultural heritage. We extend our sympathies to the people of France and all those who were actively working to preserve its art and architecture.
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Are you a researcher requiring the use of specific collections housed in the Getty Research Institute? Are you in need of support? Applications for four new grants open through April 30, 2019.
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The archive—containing thousands of sketches, collages, diaries, correspondence, ephemera, and more, dating back to Oldenburg's early career—will be cataloged and digitized at the Getty and, when this work is complete, made available to researchers, art historians, and students.
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“The Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen archives are among the most significant and visually rich archives ever to be acquired by the Getty Research Institute,” says director Mary Miller.
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During her artistic partnership with Oldenburg, van Bruggen served on the curatorial team for Documenta 7 in 1982 and wrote monographs on John Baldessari, Bruce Nauman, and Frank Gehry’s Guggenheim Museum Bilbao—projects which are documented in her individual archive.
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She would become his formal collaborator that year, and his spouse in 1977, sharing credit with Oldenburg for their numerous subsequent large-scale public projects.
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While reinstalling Trowel I at the Kröller Müller Museum in Otterloo in 1976, Oldenburg became reacquainted with art historian and curator Coosje van Bruggen, who advised him on the placement, design, and fabrication of the monumental work.
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Oldenburg is one of the most significant artists of the 20th century and has influenced Performance Art, Installation Art, Conceptual Art, and Minimalism.
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The Getty Research Institute has acquired the complete archives of artist Claes Oldenburg and his collaborator and wife, curator, artist, and art historian Coosje van Bruggen.
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ARLIS/NA Mar 27
Thank you to the Getty Research Institute for sponsoring an awesome reception to welcome first time and international attendees! We had a great time with 95 first-timers as well as awesome colleagues who came from far flung places 🙏🙏🙏
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Exhibition , opening June 11, presents rarely seen selections from the Getty’s extensive collection of Bauhaus archival material
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Announcing four new, specialized grants to support research with Getty special collections Applications open through April 30, 2019
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Getty Hub Mar 25
Symposium at the Getty Research Institute May 7 and 8 considers monuments as tools for artistic expression, nation building, and subversive critique
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