RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

The Getty

A collection of news and information related to The Getty published by this site and its partners.

Top The Getty Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • Pictures in the News | Jan. 26, 2015

     
    Monday's Pictures in the News starts off with our coverage of the 21st Screen Actors Guild Awards backstage and on the red carpet at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. New York: People in the Northeast brace for the incoming blizzard. Los Angeles: A...
  • Datebook: Model U.N., art of the Middle East and vintage erotica

    Datebook: Model U.N., art of the Middle East and vintage erotica
    A mock U.N. made up of Angelenos, contemporary art from artists with roots in the Middle East, the early erotic works of Tom of Finland, and Larry Clark’s photos for sale — cheap. Plus: textile-like paintings, a group show about love and war,...
  • Culture Clash adds more bite in 'Chavez Ravine: An L.A. Revival'

     Culture Clash adds more bite in 'Chavez Ravine: An L.A. Revival'
    The clickety-clack of an old-timey film projector fills the Kirk Douglas Theatre as grainy, black-and-white footage depicting Los Angeles, 1959, scrolls across the back wall of the stage. Police sweep through Chavez Ravine, home to villages of Mexican...
  • Getty's Josef Koudelka retrospective is grim yet riveting

    Given subjects that repeatedly focus on human barbarism, whether between people or by people against the natural environment, you won't find yourself smiling much in the large Josef Koudelka retrospective at the J. Paul Getty Museum. But again and again,...
  • Datebook: Brazil artist books, underground photos & Guerrilla Girls

    Datebook: Brazil artist books, underground photos & Guerrilla Girls
    Photographic surveys of underground communities, a Brazilian artist’s books and films, a fictional perfume campaign and an array of naughty erotic drawings. Plus: maps made of wax, art in a pit and a performance by artist-activists the Guerrilla...
  • When City Hall has to fight itself

    When City Hall has to fight itself
    First, it was something I wrote. Then, it was something I read. In a recent "Patt Morrison Asks" column, I spoke with George L. Kelling, the co-father of the “broken windows” community policing tactic, the idea that a small problem of...
  • O.C. museums get Warhol works

    O.C. museums get Warhol works
    David Cassidy has arrived at the Laguna Art Museum, and he sometimes looks happy to be there. Six photographs of the pop star and "Partridge Family" veteran — courtesy of an artist who became famous for capturing the same face over and over...
  • Major L.A. art heist: 3 paintings still missing, man in custody

    Major L.A. art heist: 3 paintings still missing, man in custody
    Nine paintings stolen in 2008 in one of the biggest art heists in Los Angeles history were displayed Friday as authorities solicited help in locating three more paintings that have yet to be recovered. A joint investigation by art crime units at the Los...
  • Nobel Prize leadership change at the Swedish Academy

    Nobel Prize leadership change at the Swedish Academy
    When the Nobel Prize in Literature is announced, it's the Swedish Academy's permanent secretary Peter Englund who steps before the cameras with the news. That is, it was Englund; beginning in 2015, it'll be Sara Danius. Danius will be taking over as...
  • Happy Holidays from the High & Low!

    Happy Holidays from the High & Low!
    Well, it's been quite a year. I managed to get myself hired by the L.A. Times. I got to write stories about art and race, a desert swimming pool, kitties that aren't cats, an artist who made a building-sized sugar sculpture, a historic Indian jacket, an ...
  • Getty breaks record with $65.1-million purchase of Manet's 'Spring'

    Getty breaks record with $65.1-million purchase of Manet's 'Spring'
    The J. Paul Getty Museum paid more than $65 million for an Édouard Manet painting at auction Wednesday evening in New York, shattering the record price for the French artist's work and acquiring what the museum said would be one of the top five...