Art Break: The Politics of Labor
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Art Break, a new online program series, offers unique perspectives on the Getty collections. Featuring creative voices in a 30-minute dialogue with Getty experts, the series considers artworks in relation to contemporary social issues and artistic practices. The inaugural episode focuses on the role of labor in artworks selected by Los Angeles artist Rodrigo Valenzuela and curator of Latin American Art Idurre Alonso. Moderated by photography curator Arpad Kovacs.
Idurre Alonso is associate curator of Latin American art at the Getty Research Institute.
Arpad Kovacs is assistant curator of photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum.
Rodrigo Valenzuela lives and works in Los Angeles and is assistant professor in the Department of Art, UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture.
9 am–5 pm,7 days a week