Twenty years ago this month, the brand new Getty Center opened to visitors on a Brentwood hilltop with such a high level of anticipation that reservations were required to visit for the first few years.
Since then, more than 20 million visitors from all over the world have experienced the free-to-enter Los Angeles campus, where they’ve engaged with art, exhibits and performances from across the world. Today the Getty Villa in Pacific Palisades extends that experience even closer to home.
To celebrate the 20-year mark, the Getty Center will host photographer Robert Polido’s exhibit “20 Photographs of the Getty Museum,” sell a special edition commemorative volume, “The Getty at 20” for $5, and host a Family Festival with dance, music, crafts and more on March 10.
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