Acropolis Now

Perl, Jed
January 1998
New Republic;01/26/98, Vol. 218 Issue 4, p25
Features the cultural complex dubbed the Getty Center in Los Angeles, California. Views of designer Richard Meier on the center; List of interrelated structures created by Meier; Description of the architectural design of the complex; Information on the Ludwig Collection in the museum.


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