The records comprise the project files of the Department of Architecture and Contemporary Art (DACA) at the Getty Research
Institute (GRI) for the California Video exhibition co-sponsored by the GRI and the J. Paul Getty Museum. Records include
artist interviews conducted by Glenn Phillips and Carole Ann Klonarides and exhibition planning documents dating from 2006
to 2008 that include interviews, press, artist profiles, correspondence, contracts, ephemera, object lists and stills of videos
featured in the exhibition.
The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is an operating program of the J. Paul Getty Trust, a not-for-profit educational, cultural
and philanthropic organization dedicated to the visual arts. Originally established in 1983 as the Getty Center for the History
of Art and the Humanities (GCHAH), the objective of the GCHAH was to foster advanced research in art, its history, diversity,
and meaning in culture by engaging scholars from various disciplines in the humanities. In 1996, in order to avoid confusion
with the soon-to-open Getty Center, the GCHAH was renamed the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities
and in 2000, the program's name was shortened to the Getty Research Institute.
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Contact Library Rights and Reproductions at the Getty Research Institute for copyright information and permission to publish.
The records described in accessions 2009.IA.44, 2011.IA.07, and 2014.IA.40 are available for use by qualified researchers
for on-site use only or are not available at all at the request of the participants. Master recordings are restricted; use
copies or digital copies exist for most of the recordings.