Traveling portrait artist William Bache’s album depicts famous figures like Thomas Jefferson as well as people whose identity was previously unknown.
The initiative is funded by four of the country’s largest grantmakers.
The Getty Marrow Emerging Professionals pilot program aims to provide full-time job opportunities for members of historically underrepresented groups.
The LA-based foundation will fund a range of initiatives by curators studying prints, drawings, and other forms of graphic art.
The $240,000 grant will help preserve 38,500 surviving objects pertaining to Brazil’s rich architectural history.
A new digital atlas, imagineRio, reveals how the city’s urban evolution has unfolded from its 16th century roots to the present day.
With $1.3 million granted by the Getty, teams hope to develop innovative solutions to address Wupatki’s challenges that can also be applied to other climate-vulnerable heritage sites.
From Betye Saar’s travel journals to early paper silhouettes, projects and exhibitions promise to be fascinating.
The new Getty fund is a massive effort to preserve jobs and retain the cultural capital of LA’s creative workforce.
The initiative comes at just the right time, when global environmental and health crises and an alarming distrust of science are both growing threats.
In 1972, Stella donated “Isfahan III” (1968) to the Museum of Solidarity in Chile. After a coup d’etat, the artwork disappeared for nearly 20 years, but its story is coming to light as the museum conserves the painting with the help of the Getty Foundation.
The Getty Foundation has awarded $1 million in grants to support virtual preservation of cultural locations worldwide.