Materials principally comprise audiovisual recordings of oral history interviews, public conversations, and lectures dating
from 2003-2012, generated by the Getty Research Institute (GRI) through its
Modern Art in Los Angeles and
Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. initiatives. Materials also include supporting documentation for the initiatives, including
interview transcripts, photographs, and ephemera. The interviews and events were conducted to record leading artists, filmmakers,
musicians, curators, and critics as they discuss their contributions to Los Angeles' vibrant postwar (1945-1980) art scene.
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17.0 linear feet
(38 boxes and 66 enclosures)
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Original recordings and duplication masters are restricted; use copies are available for use by qualified researchers.