Exhibitions at the Getty

A Look Ahead

Updated Jan 2018

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Current Exhibitions:

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Footed Fan-shaped Box, artist unknown. Edo period, late 17th – mid-18th century, Lacquer. Musée national des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon. Photo: Thierry Ollivier. © RMN-Grand Palais/Art Resource, NY.

A Queen's Treasure from Versailles: Marie-Antoinette's Japanese Lacquer

Jan 23, 2018-Jan 06, 2019

A Queen's Treasure brings to the Getty precious examples of Japanese lacquer from the personal collection of the French queen Marie-Antoinette (1755–1793). Her collection of small lacquer boxes was one of the finest assembled in Europe, and she considered them to be among her most cherished possessions. The elaborate and costly works reveal a fascinating example of the queen's sophisticated taste and demonstrate the consistent level of achievement attained by Japanese lacquer artists during the mid-Edo period (about 1681–1764) when these pieces were created.

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The Beauty of Palmyra, 190–210. Palmyran. Limestone. Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen

Palmyra: Loss and Remembrance

Apr 18, 2018-May 27, 2019

Between the first and third centuries AD, the inhabitants of Palmyra, an ancient Syrian caravan city at the crossroads between the Roman and the Parthian empires, embellished their tombs with distinctive funerary portraits. These vivid likenesses of finely dressed men, women and children, often accompanied by inscriptions naming local families, illuminate cultural exchanges taking place in the eastern Mediterranean. This installation presents sculpture from the collections of the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in Copenhagen on long-term loan to the Getty alongside historical engravings and photographs from the Getty Research Institute.

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Menorah of the Tabernacle (Book of Leviticus) from the Rothschild Pentateuch, France and/or Germany, 1296. Leaf: 10 7/8 x 8 1/4 in. (27.5 x 21 cm). Ms. 116 (2018.43), fol. 226v

Art of Three Faiths: Torah, Bible, Qur'an

Aug 07, 2018-Feb 03, 2019

Practitioners of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam have been called people of the book for their shared belief in the importance of divine word. A recent acquisition of a remarkable medieval Torah allows the Getty for the firs time to represent the three faiths through their sacred books. The display showcases the manuscripts, each rendered in glowing gold and luminous colors on parchment: a ninth-century North African Qur'an, a fifteenth-century Christian Bible, and a rare thirteenth-century Torah from Northern Europe. 

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Virgin and Child (detail), Right side of Melun Diptych, about 1452 –1455, Jean Fouquet, oil on oak panel. Koninklijk Museum voor Schone Kunsten, Antwerp. Image: ©www.lukasweb.be - Art in Flanders vzw, photo Dominique Provost

The Renaissance Nude

Oct 30, 2018-Jan 27, 2019

Inspired by a renewed interest in classical sculpture and closer study of nature, Renaissance artists made the nude body ever more vibrant, lifelike, and central to their practice. Yet, pious European Renaissance society was troubled by the nude and its new sensuality—a conflicted response echoed in the world today, where images of nudity have become ubiquitous. This exhibition, with more than 100 objects by Da Vinci, Raphael, Michelangelo, Dürer, and others, traces the nude’s controversial emergence and its transformative effect on European art and culture.

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Funerary Vessel with an Underworld Scene (pre-conservation), Southern Italian, made in Apulia, 360-340 BC. Terracotta, 149.5 x 92.4 cm. National Archaeological Museum 

Underworld: Imagining the Afterlife

Oct 31, 2018-Mar 18, 2019

What did ancient Greeks believe would happen to them after they died? Organized around a monumental funerary vessel, on loan from National Archaeological Museum in Naples and recently conserved at the Getty Villa, this exhibition explores depictions of the Underworld in the art of Greece and southern Italy. Beyond tales of famous wrongdoers and rulers of the dead, the works on view highlight the desire for a blessed existence after death and the ways in which individuals sought to achieve a happier afterlife.

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The Turn (detail), 2005, Sally Mann (American, born 1951). Gelatin silver print, 94.9 x 117.2 cm (37 3/8 x 46 1/8 in.). Private collection. Image © Sally Mann

Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings

Nov 16, 2018-Feb 10, 2019

The first major international exhibition of the work of American born photographer, Sally Mann. The exhibition explores themes of family, memory, mortality, and the Southern landscape as repository of personal and collective memory. Experimental, melancholic, and hauntingly beautiful Mann’s photographs - many not exhibited before - expose how her relationship with the land has shaped her work and how the legacy of the South continues to permeate American identity. Curated by Mazie M. Harris.

 

Organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, and the Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts. 

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Mikhail Karasik (Russian, 1953–2017) Table 3, Palace of Soviets Project From Mikhail Karasik, The Palace of Soviets: Design Competition (Saint Petersburg, 2006) Lithograph Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles (2732-729) © Mikhail Karasik, 2006

Monumentality

Dec 04, 2018-Apr 21, 2019

Monumentality evokes an aura of greatness, a sense of power and gravity that demands public recognition. As markers of history and repositories of collective memory, monuments can project multiple and sometimes contradictory meanings. Monuments might outlast their original purpose, meet their demise through violent conflict or artistic intervention, or simply become forgotten in the fabric of everyday life. This exhibition investigates various paradigms of monumentality, prompting viewers to consider why certain monuments endure and others fall.

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The Head of a Young Man, about 1539 – 1540, Parmigianino (Francesco Mazzola) (Italian, 1503 - 1540). Pen and brown ink. 16 × 10.5 cm (6 5/16 × 4 1/8 in.). The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

Spectacular Mysteries: Renaissance Drawings Revealed

Dec 11, 2018-Apr 28, 2019

Comprising spectacular drawings from the Getty collection and rarely-seen works from private collections, this exhibition reveals the detective work involved in investigating master drawings. Many Italian Renaissance drawings tell stories of their creation and the purposes they served, yet sometimes even the most seemingly simple question – who drew it? – is a mystery. Discover what we know and don’t know, what we’d like to know, and what we may never discover about these intriguing works of art and their world. Curated by Julian Brooks and Jamie Kwan.

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Upcoming Exhibitions:

Butterfly, Marine Mollusk, and Pear. Joris Hoefnagel (Flemish / Hungarian, 1542 - 1600) and Georg Bocskay (Hungarian, died 1575). Flemish and Hungarian. Vienna, Austria (Place created). 1561–1562; illumination added 1591–1596. Watercolors, gold and silver paint, and ink on parchment. Object Number: Ms. 20, fol. 118. Leaf: 16.6 × 12.4 cm (6 9/16 × 4 7/8 in.). Alternate Titles: Mira calligraphiae monumenta (Group Title). Alternate Number: 86.MV.527.118 (Object number)

Artful Words: Calligraphy in Illuminated Manuscripts

Dec 18, 2018-Apr 07, 2019

The written word was an art form in the premodern world. Calligraphers filled the pages of manuscripts with scrolling vines and delicate pen flourishes, and illuminators depicted captivating narratives within large letterforms. These decorative embellishments reveal the monetary, cultural, and spiritual value placed on handmade books at the time. The alphabetic adornments in this exhibition enliven the content of a range of manuscripts—including sacred scripture, romance literature, and history—produced from England to Ethiopia over nearly one thousand years. Curated by Bryan C. Keene and Katherine Sedovic.

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Pontormo (Jacopo Carucci) (Italian (Florentine), 1494 - 1557). Visitation, about 1520. Italian (Florentine). Oil on wood panel. Unframed: 202 × 156 cm (79 1/2 × 61 7/16 in.) Accession No. EX.2019.1.6 Object Credit: Parrocchia di San Michele Arcangelo a Carmignano (Prato) Repro Credit: Su concessione della Soprintendenza Archeologia, Belle Arti e Paesaggio per la Città Metropolitana di Firenze e per le Province di Pistoia e Prato. Photo © Antonio Quattrone, Florence

Pontormo: Miraculous Encounters

Feb 05, 2019-Apr 28, 2019

At the end of the 1520s, during the siege that brought to an end the last Florentine Republic, the painter Jacopo da Pontormo created one of his most moving and innovative altarpieces, the Visitation. Recent conservation has created the extraordinary opportunity for the work to travel for the first time from Carmignano (near Florence) to the United States. This exhibition presents Pontormo’s spectacular painting alongside its preparatory drawing and two exceptional portraits painted during the same tumultuous period. Curated by Davide Gasparotto.

Organized by the Gallerie degli Uffizi, the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Morgan Library & Museum.

This exhibition is made possible with generous support from Mr. and Mrs. J. Tomilson Hill, and the Foundation for Italian Art and Culture (FIAC).

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Design for a Marriage Window with the Seasons Spring and Summer. Daniel Lindtmayer (Swiss, 1552 - about 1607). Swiss. about 1595–1600. Pen and black chalk and brown ink and gray wash, with color notations in black chalk. Object Number: 91.GG.1. 39.7 × 29.7 cm (15 5/8 × 11 11/16 in.). Mark(s): Color notations in black chalk and brown ink throughout; and at the lower center, in brown ink, "HJW" (initials of the Basel glass painter Hans Jörg Wannewetsch II [1611-1682]; Ganz 1966, p. 127). Watermark: Unidentifiable fragment of a symbol. Inscription(s): Inscribed along the arch at top, in black ink, "FRÜLING/VER" and "SOMER/AESTAS"; above the family crests, in brown ink, "Virtuti om nia parent"; in the cartouche at the bottom, also in brown ink, "Hans Conradt von Pfor[?] [crossed out] Pforburg[?] zu Dalsberg[?] / Anna von Pforburg[?] gebornen Ifflingerin / von Granneck" (for a family history of the barons of Ifflinger-Granegg, see Schön 1896, pp. 84-86).

Marks of Collaboration: Drawings in Context

Feb 05, 2019-Jun 02, 2019

Centered on the Museum's recently acquired design for a painted glass window by Christoph Murer, this installation explores the ways in which sixteenth-century Swiss designers and glass painters communicated with each other through drawings. With a selection of five works, the display investigates how visual and textual information provided by designers, guided the execution of paintings on glass. Through close study, visitors can uncover the designer's cues and grasp how these two sorts of artists worked together so successfully. Curated by Edina Adam.

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Uta Barth (German, born 1958). Untitled. (Outside the Frame #9), 1981 - 1982. German. Gelatin silver print. Image: 11.2 × 11.1 cm (4 7/16 × 4 3/8 in.). Sheet: 25.4 × 20.3 cm (10 × 8 in.). Accession No. 2012.21.9. Copyright: © Uta Barth. Object Credit: The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles

 

 

Mapping Space: Recent Acquisitions in Focus

Feb 26, 2019-Jul 14, 2019

A display of photographs from the Museum’s collection that explore the work of artists who have departed from the traditional rules of landscape composition to document specific geographic locations in new ways.  Uta Barth, Robert Kinmont, Richard Long, Mark Ruwedel, and Wang Jinsong use photography to describe natural and built environments through unspecified modes of measurement and intuitive use of perspective. Influenced by the legacy of Conceptualism, a movement that gained popularity in the 1960s, these works emphasize each maker’s personal relationships with the chosen sites. Curated by Arpad Kovacs.

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Eileen Cowin (American, born 1947). Magritte, 1987. American. Dye diffusion print. 61 × 48 cm (24 × 18 7/8 in.). 91.4 × 76.2 cm (36 × 30 in.). Accession No. 2015.15.49. © Eileen Cowin. The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, Gift of The Artist

Encore: Reenactment in Contemporary Photography

Mar 12, 2019-Jun 09, 2019

The re-staging of past events presents an opportunity for contemporary photographers to highlight underrepresented stories and to critique established narratives. This exhibition brings together works by seven artists—Eileen Cowin, Christina Fernandez, Samuel Fosso, Yasumasa Morimura, Yinka Shonibare MBE, Gillian Wearing, and Qiu Zhijie—all of whom have utilized reenactment in their respective practices. Presented in three topics - personal history, political history, and art history—the works showcase very different approaches to engaging with the past. Curated by Arpad Kovacs.

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Oscar Gustave Rejlander (British, born Sweden, 1813 - 1875). Enchanted by a Parrot, about 1860. British. Albumen silver print. Image (approx.): 50 × 30 cm (19 11/16 × 11 13/16 in.). Framed: 52 × 42 cm (20 1/2 × 16 9/16 in.). Accession No. EX.2019.5.58. Repro Credit: William T. Hillman Collection

Oscar Rejlander: Artist Photographer

Mar 12, 2019-Jun 09, 2019

Often referred to as the “father of art photography,” Oscar G. Rejlander has been praised for his early experiments with combination printing; for his collaboration with Charles Darwin; and for his influence on the work of Julia Margaret Cameron and Lewis Carroll. This ground-breaking exhibition is the first major retrospective on Rejlander, highlighting new research and a selection of works brought together for the first time. Curated by Karen Hellman.

 

Organized by the Canadian Photography Institute of the National Gallery of Canada.

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Gérard-Jean Galle (French, 1788 - 1846).  French. Paris, France (Place created). about 1818–1819. Gilt bronze; enameled metal; glass. 73.DH.76. 129.5 × 96.5 cm (51 × 38 in.)

Flight of Fancy: The Galle Chandelier

Apr 09, 2019-Apr 19, 2020

This display provides an in-depth look at a French chandelier made by the bronze caster and gilder Gérard-Jean Galle in about 1818-19. Resembling a hot-air balloon, the chandelier is a work of extreme novelty that includes the signs of the zodiac and a glass bowl intended to hold water for small goldfish. Following contemporary taste, Galle adapted motifs found in ancient art to new forms of furniture creating an intriguing object that was thoroughly modern for its time. Curated by Jeffrey Weaver.

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The Celestial Virgin and Child. Spitz Master (French, active about 1415 - 1425). French. Paris, France, Europe (Place created). about 1420. Tempera colors, gold, and ink on parchment. Ms. 57, fol. 176v. Leaf: 20.2 × 14.9 cm (7 15/16 × 5 7/8 in.) Alternate Titles: Book of Hours (Group Title) Virgin and Child in Glory (Published Title). 94.ML.26.176v (Object number)

The Wondrous Cosmos in Medieval Manuscripts

Apr 30, 2019-Jul 21, 2019

The cosmos—full of shining stars and orbiting planets—inspired study and devotion among scientists, theologians, and artists alike during the Middle Ages. The belief in angels, demons, and spirits moreover materialized in wondrous works of art, especially on the pages of illuminated manuscripts. Awe-inspiring cosmic phenomena informed every aspect of one’s physical, mental, and spiritual well-being in the premodern world. This exhibition invites you to explore the complexity of the celestial realm in medieval European faith and science traditions. Curated by Bryan C. Keene.

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Liber Floridus. Unknown. French, 1460. E.2019.2.116

 

Book of Beasts: The Bestiary in the Medieval World

May 14, 2019-Aug 18, 2019

A vast throng of animals tumble, soar, and race through the pages of the bestiary, a popular medieval book describing the beasts of the world. Abounding with vibrant and fascinating images, the bestiary brought creatures to life before the eyes of readers. The beasts also often escaped from its pages to inhabit a glittering array of other objects. With over 100 works on display, this major loan exhibition will transport visitors into the world of the medieval bestiary. Curated by Elizabeth Morrison.

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After the Shipwreck - Design for an Illustration of Coleridge's The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Gustave Doré (French, 1832 - 1883). about 1875. Gouache. Object Number: 2008.30. 50.8 × 40.5 cm (20 × 15 15/16 in.). Signed "G. Doré" in the lower right corner

 

Reading between the Lines: Drawing Illustrations

Jun 04, 2019-Sep 15, 2019

The illustration of written texts has provided artists with inspiration, and gainful employment, across the centuries. Presenting some of the most beautifully finished drawings and watercolors in the Getty collection, this exhibition explores illustration as a branch of artistic production in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Curated by Emily Beeny.

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Getty Villa; Outer Peristyle. Tahnee L. Cracchiola. Copyright J. Paul Getty Trust

After Vesuvius: Treasures from the Villa dei Papiri

Jun 26, 2019-Oct 28, 2019

The Getty Villa is modeled on the Villa dei Papiri at Herculaneum. Buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, the ancient villa was rediscovered and explored by subterranean tunnels in the 1750s and again in the 1990s and early 2000s. It has yielded spectacular colored marble and mosaic floors, frescoed walls, a large collection of bronze and marble statuary, and a library of more than a thousand papyrus scrolls. This exhibition presents rare original artifacts and traces attempts to unroll and decipher the carbonized papyri. Curated by Kenneth Lapatin.

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Darkness Visible: John Martin's "Destruction of Pharaoh's Host" (working title)

Jul 02, 2019-Sep 15, 2019

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Once. Again. Photographs in Series

Jul 09, 2019-Nov 10, 2019

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Gordon Parks: The Flávio Story

Jul 09, 2019-Nov 10, 2019

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The Camera: In Focus

Jul 30, 2019-Dec 15, 2019

Once a simple wooden box with a primitive lens and cap for controlling light, the modern camera has undergone enormous change since its invention in the early nineteenth-century. Flexible film stocks, built-in light meters, motor drives, and megapixels are a few of the advancements that have transformed the way this ingenious device captures and preserves a moment in time. This display explores the evolution of the camera through the Museum’s collection of historic cameras and photographs. Curated by Paul Martineau.

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Manuscript Illumination in the Age of Print

Aug 13, 2019-Jan 05, 2020

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Assyria: The Classical World in Context

Sep 01, 2019-Aug 01, 2022

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Manet and Modern Beauty (Working Title)

Oct 08, 2019-Jan 12, 2020

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True Grit: Early 20th Century American Photographs

Oct 15, 2019-Jan 19, 2020

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Peasants in Pastel: Jean-François Millet and the Pastel Revival (Working Title)

Nov 01, 2019-May 02, 2020

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True Grit: 20th Century American Prints

Nov 15, 2019-Jan 19, 2020

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Balthazar: A Black-African King in Medieval and Renaissance Art

Nov 19, 2019-Feb 16, 2020

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Unseen: 35 Years of Collecting Photographs

Dec 17, 2019-Mar 08, 2020

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In Focus: Platinum and Palladium

Jan 21, 2020-Dec 31, 2020

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Artists on the Move: Drawing and Migration (Working Title)

Feb 11, 2020-May 03, 2020

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Recent Acquisitions (Drawings)

Feb 11, 2020-May 03, 2020

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Michelangelo Drawings (Working Title)

Feb 25, 2020-Jun 07, 2020

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Testament to Truth: Hebrew Scripture through Medieval Christian Eyes (Working Title)

Mar 10, 2020-Jun 07, 2020

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Mesopotamia (Working Title)

Mar 18, 2020-Jul 27, 2020

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Dora Maar

Apr 21, 2020-Jul 26, 2020

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Grand Design: Seventeenth-Century French Drawings (Working Title)

Jun 01, 2020-Sep 01, 2020

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Election Eve

Jun 16, 2020-Oct 25, 2020

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Transcending Time: The Medieval Book of Hours (Working Title)

Jul 01, 2020-Jan 01, 2021

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