Getty Center Abstractions

Getty Center abstraction

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Los Angeles, California. Every time I get to the Getty I’m astounded by the architecture. The architect Richard Meier put incredible lines, windows, angles, curves, and textures in almost every view. You look up, down, across and through in almost any place you can get to and there are things of interest to see.

Looking at the details of this architecture abstractly reminds me of the work of Kandinsky and other Bauhaus painters and architects as well as the Russian Supremists and I wanted to make a small collection to attempt to document that with this set.

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