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Located in the Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, California, the Getty Center is one of two venues which together, form the J. Paul Getty Museum. The Getty Center, also known as "the Center" for short, first opened its doors to the public on December 15, 1997. Since then, the Getty Center has become a popular Los Angeles landmark and tourist site.The Getty Center Los Angeles has gained recognition for its unique architecture, glorious gardens and breathtaking views of the surrounding city. However, aesthetics aside, the Getty Center Los Angeles would be nothing without its collection of art. European sculptures, paintings and drawings dating to the pre-20th century are just a few highlights from the museum’s permanent collection. Indeed, one of the most popular works of art featured in the Getty Center’s permanent collection is Vincent van Gogh’s, Irises. Los Angeles’ Getty Center also features an extensive collection of both American and European photography. In addition to the art collection, the Getty Center schedule hosts public programs and events focused around lectures, music and film.Keen to explore this beautiful and fascinating landmark for yourself? For all the latest news and up-to-date information on what's on at The Getty Center Los Angeles, make Eventful your source, and plan a trip around the Getty Center schedule, which you can check out right here!
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