Getty Villa Reinstallation Provides New Perspective on Antiquities

Getty Villa Reinstallation Provides New Perspective on Antiquities

The stunning Getty Villa is reopening April 18, 2018, after a complete reinstallation and reorganization to offer a new perspective on its antiquities collection. The Getty Villa, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, houses the J. Paul Getty Museum’s vast wealth of Greek, Roman, and Etruscan antiquities, which comprises about 44,000 objects. Nearly every piece in the museum was […]

Getty Exhibits Artistic Influences Between Egypt and Classical World

Getty Exhibits Artistic Influences Between Egypt and Classical World

The J. Paul Getty Museum opened a groundbreaking exhibition examining the cultural connections between influential ancient Mediterranean civilizations. “Beyond the Nile: Egypt and the Classical World” is the first major U.S. exhibit showcasing the artistic influences and interaction between Egypt, Greece, and Rome. It encompasses works from over a span of over two thousand years, […]

Ancient Mexican Arts From Teotihuacan at LACMA

Ancient Mexican Arts From Teotihuacan at LACMA

Pyramids and art of the people who built them are filling museums in Los Angeles this spring. King Tut opened at the California Science Center on March 24. An exhibit on Egypt at the classical world debuts March 27 at the Getty Center. And, “City and Cosmos: The Arts of Teotihuacan,” about the ancient Mexican […]

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