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🍃 Arwen 🍃 May 15
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 21
This terracotta drug jar was made to contain a specific preparation: antidotum methridaticum, named for King Mithridates VI, who invented the medicine and whose life is shown in the jar's scenes. The detailed piece is on view at the :
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J. Paul Getty Museum 14h
It’s officially Gemini season! Gemini is linked to the mythical twin heroes, Castor and Pollux. On this heavenly “fish chandelier,” it takes the form of two young athletes. Learn more at the 's exhibit “Flight of Fancy: The Galle Chandelier”
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J. Paul Getty Museum 11h
Happy birthday to artist Hubert Robert, best known for his paintings of ruins. His immense, crumbling monuments of an often-imaginary past earned him the nickname, "Robert des Ruines.” Discover his works on view at the :
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 14
Immerse yourself in the fascinating animal kingdom—“Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World” is now on view at the .✨🦄🐳🐉 Visit the exhibition through August 18!
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 18
It’s the 10th Annual ! 🎨 Join us for "Off the 405" at the today and celebrate with an outdoor concert by @sasamihansworth and a DJ set by 🎸 Get FREE tickets:
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Kylee Evans May 18
Always remember to stop and smell the flowers 🌺 with .
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 19
In Luigi Garzi's work, architecture mingles with clothing of the early 1700s. Garzi successfully combined light-hearted elements, typical of the Rococo, with High Baroque's physicality and grandness of gesture 🖼 View this painting at the :
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 21
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Good morning! And yes! We hope to see you then at the for the "Manet and Modern Beauty" exhibition 🙂
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 15
Join electronic composer in the lush environment of the ’s Central Garden for a unique guided meditation experience set to the sounds of her new album “Tides: Music for Meditation and Yoga.” 🧘‍♀️🍃🧘‍♂️
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Jonathan Wong May 20
Looking forward to sharing my perspectives on adaptability in governments and bureaucracies (among other things) at 's June 19 panel: Is Civilization on the Verge of Collapse? Join us at !
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Dominik Roblek May 19
Garden Terrace Cafe, from my recent visit of the incredible .
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 18
Happy ! 🎨 ✨ We would love to know all about YOUR memorable moments at the and —tag us and share your Getty experiences! 📷: holidecks via Instagram
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Vernon Systems Ltd May 17
Elizabeth Morrison and —curators of the “Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World”— walk us through the 's exhibition that explores the animal kingdom and its influence
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 19
In his work, Yasumasa Morimura often poses as female characters and creates visual dissonance by pointing out his otherness in the context of European masterpieces. View his works exploring critical questions in the “Encore” exhibition at the
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ReichenYoo 8h
The garden in like a heart. @ The J. Paul Getty Museum
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 21
Join us on 6/2 at the as () moderates a conversation between writer , poet Charles Hood and community science manager about our relationships to animals in 🦜🦔🐙🐿 RSVP:
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J. Paul Getty Museum May 17
I don't know who needs to know this, but there's an easier way to reduce your carbon footprint 🚴‍ Both the and offer free bike parking all year long! 🙂
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Charlotteontheroad May 16
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Ben Pace May 19
at the about historical use of animals as symbols in art. Check it out! (Spoiler alert: they all symbolize Christ) @ Getty Museum
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