1. VIP Yelpers-GETTY


    from larry abellera Added 3 0 0

    The GETT invited the LA West Community Elite Yelpers to a special viewing of Louis XIV Exhibit followed by Dinner on the Patio with music provided by a string quartet. The event was amazing

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    • "SHOW ME LOVE"


      from Alissa Goldberg Added 155 0 0

      Choreographed and performed by Shira Kogan. Filmed and edited by Alissa Goldberg. Music: "Show Me Love" by Hundred Waters I DO NOT OWN RIGHTS TO THE MUSIC

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      • Pablo Picasso's 'Femme' at The Getty


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        In 2011, we produced a report on the conservation department at Fondation Beyeler, more specifically about the Acanthes Conservation Project. The extensive investigation and conservation project focused on the artwork Acanthes by French artist Henri Matisse, a major work from the artist's series of large-format “papiers découpés”. Chief Conservator Markus Gross and Conservator Stephan Lohrengel provided us with some insight into the work of a conservator. Now we met Markus Gross again, this time in Los Angeles, at The Getty Center, where he was taking part in the Conservation Partnership Program. He brought a very special painting from the collection of the Beyeler Foundation, a 1907 Pablo Picasso entitled 'Femme' (Epoque 'Les Demoiselles d'Avignon'). In this video, Markus Gross provides us with an introduction to the Conservation Partnership Program, and talks about conservatory aspects of the painting: the analytical work that was done, the results of the analysis and the state of preservation of the painting, and what restoration measures are planned. He also shares some interesting findings about the color palette that Pablo Picasso had applied to the top edge of the painting, and show us what can be revealed by observing a painting with a UV lamp.

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        • The Getty


          from Sammy Metwalli Added 156 0 0

          Directed, Shot & Edited By Sammy Metwalli Music: A Bang In The Void by Apparat This film was shot at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles, California. All shots are handheld since it is not allowed to use a tripod or other gear besides a camera. Special thanks go to Mr. Norman Zareski for showing me around at this beautiful and impressive place.

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          • Odyssey Odyssey by Johanna Hedva (long version)


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            Odyssey Odyssey took place 22 times over two weeks, in a Honda Odyssey circling the Echo Park Neighborhood of Los Angeles. An audience of two joined Odysseus in his escape from Kalypso in this performance of Homer's Odyssey. Written and directed by Johanna Hedva Based on Episode 5 of The Odyssey by Homer CAST Hermes, Brian Doose Odysseus, Joey Cannizzaro Kalypso, Marcus Kuiland-Nazario Parking Lot Kalypso, Claire Kohne Honeyvoice, Melissanthi Saliba CREW Producer, Bennett Williamson Production Assistant, Camila Sobral Costume Design, Anna Reutinger and Marcus Kuiland-Nazario Sound Design, Yiannis Christofides Graphic Design, Willem Henri Lucas VIDEO Producer, Emily Lacy Camera, Ian Byers-Gamber and Emily Lacy Sound, Anthony Okopnik Production Assistant, Jovanna Tosello Editor, Ian Byers-Gamber

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            • Welcome by THE SUNLAND DANCERS and Tara Jane ONeil


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              Welcome is a ritual dance music blessing to be performed by Jmy James Kidd, Olive McKeon, Perin Hailey McNelis, Jillian Stein and Alexa Weir, with sound composition by Tara Jane ONeil. Version 2.2 will be performed on a hilltop with the dusty brown backdrop of downtown Los Angeles. This spot is wild and private, a secluded peak inside urban sprawl. We will meet at a location in Lincoln Heights to carpool to the hilltop, as there is street parking only. Video Producer: Emily Lacy Project Producer: Bennett Williamson 
Camera: Emily Lacy, Kurt Keppeler, and Brennan Barsell PA: Jovanna Tosello 
Editor: Ian Byers-Gamber

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              • Double Take (2011)


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                This 2011 comedic parody of all things cultural, was created as part of 18th Street Art's Center's participation in the Getty Museum & Research Institute sponsored region-wide exhibition series Pacific Standard Time. Starring Esther Kiss and featuring dancers from Donna Sternberg & Dancers, this quasi-linear short film spoofs misogynistic fashion photographers, contemporary art pretensions, PBS historical docudramas, Hollywood "pitchmen" and new age philosophies. Story by Michael J. Masucci & Esther Kiss, Directed by Michael J. Masucci & Kate Johnson, Choreography by Donna Sternberg. Original Music by Kate Crash. Produced by Michael J. Masucci, Kate Johnson, Esther Kiss and Donna Sternberg.

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                • Thanksgiving at the Getty


                  from Jon Just Added 18 0 0

                  We took my family out to the Getty over Thanksgiving. We saw some great art, enjoyed the view, and tried to teach my dad how to use his cell phone.

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                  • The Getty


                    from John N. Braskamp Added 83 1 0

                    Random shots thrown together from a Thursday afternoon at the Getty. Shot using a Canon 7D w/ a Canon EF 50mm f/1.8II. Song: Hoppípolla - Sigur Rós

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                    • Grotesque Documentation


                      from Cindy Chi Added 31 1 0

                      Documentation for my Grotesque installation at The Getty.

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