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I had the opportunity to stop in at the Getty recently particularly to see the current Photography exhibit Engaged Observers: Documentary Photography Since the 60's. Also on display now. the spectacular art of Gérôme and, opening today, the Ancient Greek Theatre exhibit. Just walking around the grounds makes it well worth going there anytime and like many of L.A.'s museums the Getty Center offers all kinds of special programming and events. Admission is free, parking is $15 (so take a carload of friends and family when you go.)|
After the Getty, I headed to the Annenberg Space for Photography in Century City to see the best documentary photography of 2009 at their current exhibition, Pictures of the Year International (now through Oct. 10). This exhibition is simply spectacular and a must see. The space, dedicated to photography, features state of the art digital technology and is an incredible place to visit. Located at 2000 Avenue of the Stars. Hours are Wed through Sunday 11am to 6pm. Admission is free and they validate parking so the cost is only $3.50 in the garage below.
Speaking of spectacular photography: the LA Times now has a photo blog area called Framework. LAT photographers each have galleries of their work that you can view. Thanks for the tip to Genaro Molina - view his fantastic photos of L.A. at framework.latimes.com/who-we-are/genaro-molina/
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