FEATURED EXHIBITIONS IN LA
The reason that you would want to visit The Getty Center in Los Angeles is that of its 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. It is a place where you can enjoy to peek in many collections from across the world.
According to 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. As most of the information is available in the Getty Center with brief information about the painting.
This is one of the collections that one would not want to miss. The artwork on view at the Getty Center isn’t limited to indoor galleries. There are 28 modern and contemporary outdoor sculptures donated to the J. Paul Getty Museum from the collection of the late legendary film producer Ray Stark and his wife, Fran. The outdoor collection of the Getty Center is one of the most admired collections. The sculptures are located throughout the campus and are integrated with the environment and architecture to create a dramatic outdoor art experience. The Fran and Ray Stark Sculpture Garden focuses on British sculpture and is located at the tram departure area, where visitors first enter the Getty Center. These are designed to give you an exact feel of the Art. The Fran and Ray Stark Sculpture Terrace is adjacent to the West Pavilion and features works that trace the transition of figurative sculpture from representation to abstraction. This is one of the place which most Art lovers visit during their visit to LA.