14 Must-Visit Museums In Los AngelesWhile L.A. is known for its beaches and great weather, it is also rich with culture and offers some of the most high caliber museums in the world.
Deal Allows Getty Museum To Keep Armenian Church PapersEight beautifully illustrated 13th century papers by Armenian scribe T'oros Roslin will remain at Los Angeles' J. Paul Getty Museum under a deal between the museum and the Armenian Apostolic Church of America.
Best Date Ideas For Art Lovers In Los AngelesThese five choices offer dating couples a chance to grow together with the positive distractions that the greatest and most recent objects of art can invoke.
Bust Of Pope Paul V Sculpted By Bernini Goes On Display At Getty MuseumAn early marble bust of Pope Paul V by the Baroque artist Bernini will go on display Thursday at the J. Paul Getty Museum’s East Pavilion.
Best Of LA - Week Of May 25World-class theatrical performances, family-friendly wild events, intimate live music, and national holiday celebrations take center stage this week in Los Angeles.
Architectural Engineers Poised To Take LA's Future Into The SkyIn order to compete in the business of architectural engineering in L.A., candidates must venture into the high-tech realm of virtual reality.
Best Art Exhibits In LA This SummerPaintings and photograph collections, from local and international artists, both past and contemporary, will be available through the summer in Los Angeles for you to peruse and admire.
Turkey Asks Getty Museum To Return Antiquities The government of Turkey is asking the J. Paul Getty Museum to return several artifacts that it believes were looted and smuggled out of the country.
Best Impressionist Art In Los AngelesIn LA, there are several opportunities to appreciate Impressionist art. Consider the following places when you want to enjoy bright paintings in light colors, delivered with quick and short strokes by the artist.
Getty Museum's Statue Transfer Ends Dispute With ItalyItaly's decade-old campaign to retrieve antiquities it claims were illegally brought to California will end after the New Year.