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Guide to the Getty Research Institute, Steve Lanzarotta records, 1983-2001
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These records were created and maintained by Steve Lanzarotta during his employment with the Getty Research Institute (GRI) and its predecessors, the Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities and the Getty Center for the History of Art and the Humanities (GCHAH). The records primarily reflect his work with the GCHAH Administrators Group; the GCHAH Compensation Advisory Group; and the construction of spaces for both the GCHAH (401 Wilshire Boulevard) and the GRI (Getty Center in Brentwood). Materials date from 1983 to 2001 and include memos, photographs, brochures, and minutes and agendas of meetings.
The Getty Research Institute (GRI) is dedicated to the study of the visual arts, approaching the topic from broad historical and cultural perspectives. The GRI's goals are to promote innovative scholarship in the arts and humanities, to bridge traditional academic boundaries, and to provide a unique environment for research, critical inquiry, and debate. The GRI is an operating program of the J. Paul Getty Trust, an international cultural and philanthropic organization serving both general audiences and specialized professionals. The Trust is a not-for-profit institution, educational in purpose and character, that focuses on the visual arts in all of their dimensions. As of 2009 the Trust supports and oversees four programs: the J. Paul Getty Museum; the Getty Foundation; the Getty Conservation Institute; and the Getty Research Institute.
1.7 linear feet (4 boxes)
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With the exception of materials that have been marked restricted or confidential, the records described in accession 2001.IA.04 are available for use by qualified researchers. Please note: selected restricted materials must be removed from boxes prior to access by researcher.