True Grit: American Prints and Photographs from 1900 to 1950

With works drawn from local museums, a private collection, and the Getty’s own collection, True Grit provides two vibrant surveys: one of early twentieth-century American printmaking and the other a complementary photography display. Compelling depictions of the time convey a broad view of American culture that includes dance

A new exhibition focuses on Manet as a painter of modern life.

10am - 5:30pm
Sat 10am - 9pm
Mon Closed

The Getty Center
1200 Getty Center Drive

Los Angeles, CA

The Robert Osborne Collection of Movie Memorabilia

Robert Osborne's passion, dedication and knowledge of motion pictures shines brightly in this collection of over 10,000 items. With memorabilia spanning from the 1930's to date, this auction includes collections of movie posters, autographed photographs and letters, awards, publicity photos, press kits, early motion picture magazines

A Celebration of the Book: Used & Antiquarian Books, Artist Books, Ephemera, Fine Letterpress Printing, Book Binding, & Papermaking

Fri 5pm - 8pm
Sal 10am - 4pm

Northhampton Community Arts Trust
33 Hawley Street

Berkeley, CA

Cartography - Americana - Exploration - Voyages: The Warren Heckrotte and Margaret Gee Collection (with additions)
Sale #683


Over 200 select lots with important cartographic material from the collection of the late Warren Heckrotte and his longtime companion Maggie Gee, plus rare Americana, Californiana, and accounts of travels through the world. Included are many

A collaborative exhibition from Indian artist Ashwini Bhat and Pulitzer Prize winning American writer Forrest Gander, “Interior Landscape” imagines an eco-poetics of Place. Exploring the structure of Tamil Sangam poetry, South-Indian temple architecture, and paleo-acoustics, “Interior Landscape” invites viewers to cross borders of time, culture, and geography via the most intimate of gestures

Rare Books & Manuscripts
Sale #682

Over three hundred lots of rare, significant, valuable and unusual materials, ranging from early printed books and religious tomes to landmarks of American literature, beautiful color plate botanicals to narratives of Pacific exploration and rarities of Americana, finely bound books and sets to manuscript Cuban slavery documents, and

Throughout the Middle Ages (about 500-1500), texts and images were disseminated primarily through handwritten and hand-drawn materials. In the 15th century, with the invention of new printing technologies, a revolution swept through Europe giving rise to a rich cross-fertilization between mechanical innovation and painterly tradition.
Including both printed and illuminated masterpieces,

The remarkable book La Prose du Transsibérien, was produced by letterpress and pochoir in 1913. It was a landmark achievement for its time and remains so today, often viewed as one of the greatest illustrated books of the 20th century.

For many years, Kitty Maryatt of Two Hands Press has devoted her attention on studying La Prose du Transsibérien. In 2018, she debuted a new fine press

The Getty Villa is modeled on the Villa dei Papiri at Herculaneum. Buried by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79, the ancient villa was rediscovered and explored by subterranean tunnels in the 1750s and '60s and was partially re-excavated in the 1990s and early 2000s. It has yielded colorful marble and mosaic floors, frescoed walls, a large collection of bronze and marble statuary, and a