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Clothing now optional at the Getty

Clothing now optional at the Getty

“The Renaissance Nude” – a review by Bondo Wyszpolski There are exhibitions and there are Exhibitions, the latter grand and yet graceful, solid and yet poetic, and in the last couple of years the J. Paul Getty Museum has presented at least two that would meet this criteria. I’m thinking of “Power and Pathos” and […]

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Early, pioneering photography at the Getty

Early, pioneering photography at the Getty

When Photography put the United States in Focus “Paper Promises” are kept at the J. Paul Getty Museum by Bondo Wyszpolski Taking a picture is pretty simple. You point your camera at something, try to hold still for a moment, and press a button. Furthermore, the result is immediately reviewable. Of course, it wasn’t always […]

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No, Argentina isn’t crying for you

No, Argentina isn’t crying for you

Photography in Argentina, 1850-2010: Contradiction and Continuity Images by Argentine photographers at the Getty Museum by Bondo Wyszpolski Pacific Standard time: LA/LA, the multi-institutional exhibition of art by people of Hispanic descent, in this country as well as from Mexico, the Caribbean, Central and South America, is winding down. But one of the more impressive […]