Spring has sprung and the Getty is offering a full line-up of talks on a variety of subjects at the Getty Center.
Highlights include appearances by sculptor Charles Ray, photographers Chris Killip and Jane and Louise Sealander, photographer and documentarian Jamel Shabazz, journalist and “The Wire” creator David Simon, and costume designer Ruth E. Carter.
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Bouchardon and Charles Ray: Sculptors Past and Present
Wednesday, March 22, 7:00 p.m.
Sculptor Charles Ray, whose Boy with Frog stands in front of the Getty Museum, joins the Getty’s curators of sculpture, Anne-Lise Desmas, and drawings, Stephanie Schrader, to discuss 18th-century sculptor and draftsman Edme Bouchardon, and how his endeavors continue to resonate with artists today.
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— Submitted by Valerie Tate Getty Communications