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The Department of Photographs was established in 1984 with the acquisition of several of the most important private collections in the world, including those of Bruno Bischofberger, Arnold Crane, Volker Kahmen/Georg Heusch, and Samuel Wagstaff, Jr. Through a continuing program of acquisitions by purchase and donation, the Getty Museum has assembled the finest and most comprehensive corpus of photographs on the West Coast.
The collection is particularly rich in works dating from the time of photography’s invention in England and France in the late 1830s and early 1840s. International in scope, it encompasses substantial holdings by some of the most significant masters of the twentieth century active in Europe, the United States, South America, Asia, and Africa. Notable among artists represented are William Henry Fox Talbot, Julia Margaret Cameron, Carleton Watkins, Walker Evans, August Sander, and Robert Mapplethorpe. The collection is also the only curatorial area in the Museum that extends into the twenty-first century with contemporary acquisitions.
For conservation purposes, photographs cannot be kept on permanent display. Rotating exhibitions drawn from the permanent collection and supplemented by international loans are on view in the galleries of the Center for Photographs at the Getty Center.

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STUDY ROOM

Photographs in the collection that are not on display are available for viewing in the Photographs Study Room, which is open by appointment on Tuesdays and Wednesdays to researchers, students, and the interested public.
Please note: The photographs you wish to examine may be on loan and not available for viewing. Therefore, before making an appointment, please contact us to discuss your area of interest.
To investigate the nature of our holdings:
  • Browse photographs in the collection database.
  • Consult the book Photographers of Genius at the Getty.
  • Consult a list of all makers whose work is represented in the collection (PDF, 13 pp., 362 KB).
To make an appointment: Please contact us at least two weeks in advance of your desired visit to request an appointment. Call (310) 440-6589 or e-mail [email protected]
The Study Room is closed the month of August and the week between Christmas Day and New Year's Day.

ORDERING IMAGES

Digital images of many public domain photographs in the collection are available for download, without charge, under the Getty’s Open Content Program.
Open content images may be used for any purpose; no permission is required.
To request permission to reproduce all other images from the Museum's collection, please see Ordering and Reproducing Images.

SUBMISSIONS REVIEW

The Department of Photographs does not review individual portfolios or accept unsolicited artist submissions.

APPRAISALS

Museum staff are prohibited from offering appraisals, valuations, or authentication of works of art. These should be carried out by a certified appraiser or reputable auction house.
In accordance with IRS regulations governing charitable institutions such as the J. Paul Getty Museum, curatorial staff may not advise on the value of donations to the Museum collection for tax purposes. However, they can make objects available for appraisal upon the donor’s request.
If a signature is needed for IRS form 8283, the donor should send the form to [email protected] for completion. The registrar will use the date the gift was approved for acceptance into the collection as the date the donated property was received.

CURATORIAL STAFF

James A. Ganz

Senior Curator / Department Head

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Jim joined the Department of Photographs in 2018, after ten years as curator of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. He specializes in 19th- and 20th-century European and American photography, with emphasis on early French photography, the history of photography in California, and the relationship between photography, painting, and the graphic arts. He has organized or co-organized more than 40 exhibitions on diverse subjects, including monographic exhibitions on Édouard Baldus, Willard Worden, Peter Stackpole, and Arthur Tress. He served as president of the Print Council of America (2013-2017), and established the collection of photographs at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts. He received his PhD in art history from Yale University.

Megan Catalano

Curatorial Assistant

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Megan holds a BA from Ithaca College and an MA from the University of Sheffield, with a focus on digitizing museum and archive collections for wider online access. At the Getty Museum she has researched and catalogued numerous prints, books, and albums in support of the exhibitions Paper Promises: Early American Photography; Thomas Annan: Photographer of Glasgow; and Unseen: 35 Years of Collecting Photographs. Prior to joining the department in 2015, she worked at the International Center of Photography in New York.

Virginia Heckert

Curator

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Virginia specializes in German photography between the two World Wars and contemporary photography that privileges objectivity and materiality. She received her BA and MA in art history from the University of California at Santa Barbara and her PhD from Columbia University, New York, with a dissertation on Albert Renger-Patzsch. Since joining the Department of Photographs in 2005, she has organized over a dozen exhibitions, including monographic shows drawn from the collection on the work of August Sander, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Sigmar Polke, Irving Penn, and Ed Ruscha, and loan shows on Lyonel Feininger’s photographs and Ray K. Metzker and the Institute of Design. In 2015, she organized the exhibition Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography, with accompanying publication. She has also authored or co-authored the following Getty publications: Irving Penn: Small Trades (2009), Some Aesthetic Decisions: The Photographs of Judy Fiskin (2011), and Ed Ruscha and Some Los Angeles Apartments (2013) and served as acting department head from 2014 to 2018.

Mazie Harris

Assistant Curator

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Mazie specializes in 19th-century photography and works frequently with contemporary art and artists. She holds a PhD in the history of photography and American art from Brown University, as well as an MA in modern art from Boston University. Her research on issues related to copyright and patent law has been supported by fellowships at the Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institution, American Antiquarian Society, National Gallery of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Terra Foundation for American Art. She joined the Department of Photographs in 2014.

Karen Hellman

Assistant Curator

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Karen's research concentrates on 19th-century photography, primarily in Europe from the 1830s to 1870s. She holds a PhD in art history and history of photography from the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and an MA in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Since joining the curatorial staff in 2010, she has curated or co-curated the exhibitions Oscar Rejlander: Artist Photographer (2019), In Focus: Expressions (2018), Real/Ideal: Photography in France, 1847-1860 (2016), In Focus: Daguerreotypes (2015), In Focus: Ansel Adams (2014), At the Window: The Photographer's View (2013), and In Focus: Picturing Landscape (2012). Her publication credits include Real/Ideal: Photography in Mid-19th-Century France (2016) and The Window in Photographs (2013).

Miriam Katz

Research Associate

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Miriam Y. Katz has been the collection manager for the Department of Photographs since 2011. She has an MA in museum studies and collections management from George Washington University and a BA in art history from Wellesley College. Her academic focus was on 19th-century American art and material culture. Before coming to the Getty, Miriam worked at small and mid-sized history museums as well as for private collectors. Her focus shifted to caring for photographs in 2006, when she started managing the Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, which is now at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Arpad Kovacs

Assistant Curator

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Arpad’s exhibitions have focused on 20th-century and contemporary photography, with a specific interest in conceptual practices and time-based media. A graduate of Queen's University and York University, Arpad arrived at the Getty Museum in 2011. He organized the monographic exhibitions Hiroshi Sugimoto: Past Tense (2014), Werner Herzog: Hearsay of the Soul (2014), and Richard Learoyd: In the Studio (2016). His thematic shows include In Focus: Play (2014), In Focus: Animalia (2015), Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media (2016), Mapping Space: Recent Acquisitions in Focus (2019), Encore: Reenactment in Contemporary Photography (2019), and In Focus: Platinum Photographs (2020).

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Amanda Maddox

Associate Curator

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Amanda is a graduate of Brown University and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Since joining the Getty Museum in 2011, she has organized or co-organized numerous exhibitions, including Now Then: Chris Killip and the Making of In Flagrante (2017); Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows (2015); Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful (2014); and Japan's Modern Divide: The Photographs of Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto (2013). She specializes in the documentary tradition in photography from the mid-20th century to the present day, with an emphasis on Japanese and American photography and photobooks.

Paul Martineau

Associate Curator

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Educated at the University of Massachusetts at Boston and the Williams College Graduate Program in art history, Paul came to the Getty Museum in 2003. During his tenure, he has curated more than a dozen exhibitions and co-curated the international touring exhibition Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium (2016). A specialist in American photography of the 20th century, he is the author or co-author of ten books, including, most recently, Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective (2020), Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography (2018), Robert Mapplethorpe: The Photographs (2016), The Thrill of the Chase: The Wagstaff Collection of Photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum (2016), and Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit (2014).

Carolyn Peter

Curatorial Assistant

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Carolyn joined the Department of Photographs in 2018 after serving as director and curator at the Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University for ten years. She previously held curatorial positions at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and the Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University. She has curated or co-curated over 60 exhibitions including: A Letter from Japan: The Photographs of John Swope (2006), Stephen Berkman: Chamber Pieces (2008), and Gallery 32 and Its Circle (2009). She specializes in 19th-century French and British photography. She is a graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, London and the University of California at Berkeley.

Jennifer Scofield

Curatorial Assistant

Bio +

Jennifer joined the Department of Photographs in 2014 with a background in collections management and registration. She holds a BA from the University of California at Davis and an MA in museum studies from New York University. Her master’s thesis and graduate research focused on improving collections care through conservation assessment programs. During her time at the Getty, she has cataloged numerous prints, books, and albums in support of the department’s many exhibitions and publications.

James A. Ganz

Senior Curator / Department Head

Bio +

Jim joined the Department of Photographs in 2018, after ten years as curator of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. He specializes in 19th- and 20th-century European and American photography, with emphasis on early French photography, the history of photography in California, and the relationship between photography, painting, and the graphic arts. He has organized or co-organized more than 40 exhibitions on diverse subjects, including monographic exhibitions on Édouard Baldus, Willard Worden, Peter Stackpole, and Arthur Tress. He served as president of the Print Council of America (2013-2017), and established the collection of photographs at the Clark Art Institute in Massachusetts. He received his PhD in art history from Yale University.

Megan Catalano

Curatorial Assistant

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Bio +

Megan holds a BA from Ithaca College and an MA from the University of Sheffield, with a focus on digitizing museum and archive collections for wider online access. At the Getty Museum she has researched and catalogued numerous prints, books, and albums in support of the exhibitions Paper Promises: Early American Photography; Thomas Annan: Photographer of Glasgow; and Unseen: 35 Years of Collecting Photographs. Prior to joining the department in 2015, she worked at the International Center of Photography in New York.

Virginia Heckert

Curator

Bio +

Virginia specializes in German photography between the two World Wars and contemporary photography that privileges objectivity and materiality. She received her BA and MA in art history from the University of California at Santa Barbara and her PhD from Columbia University, New York, with a dissertation on Albert Renger-Patzsch. Since joining the Department of Photographs in 2005, she has organized over a dozen exhibitions, including monographic shows drawn from the collection on the work of August Sander, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Sigmar Polke, Irving Penn, and Ed Ruscha, and loan shows on Lyonel Feininger’s photographs and Ray K. Metzker and the Institute of Design. In 2015, she organized the exhibition Light, Paper, Process: Reinventing Photography, with accompanying publication. She has also authored or co-authored the following Getty publications: Irving Penn: Small Trades (2009), Some Aesthetic Decisions: The Photographs of Judy Fiskin (2011), and Ed Ruscha and Some Los Angeles Apartments (2013) and served as acting department head from 2014 to 2018.

Mazie Harris
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Assistant Curator

Bio +

Mazie specializes in 19th-century photography and works frequently with contemporary art and artists. She holds a PhD in the history of photography and American art from Brown University, as well as an MA in modern art from Boston University. Her research on issues related to copyright and patent law has been supported by fellowships at the Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institution, American Antiquarian Society, National Gallery of Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art, and Terra Foundation for American Art. She joined the Department of Photographs in 2014.

Karen Hellman

Assistant Curator

Bio +

Karen's research concentrates on 19th-century photography, primarily in Europe from the 1830s to 1870s. She holds a PhD in art history and history of photography from the Graduate Center, City University of New York, and an MA in art history from the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. Since joining the curatorial staff in 2010, she has curated or co-curated the exhibitions Oscar Rejlander: Artist Photographer (2019), In Focus: Expressions (2018), Real/Ideal: Photography in France, 1847-1860 (2016), In Focus: Daguerreotypes (2015), In Focus: Ansel Adams (2014), At the Window: The Photographer's View (2013), and In Focus: Picturing Landscape (2012). Her publication credits include Real/Ideal: Photography in Mid-19th-Century France (2016) and The Window in Photographs (2013).

Miriam Katz

Research Associate

Bio +

Miriam Y. Katz has been the collection manager for the Department of Photographs since 2011. She has an MA in museum studies and collections management from George Washington University and a BA in art history from Wellesley College. Full hook up telluride colorado elevation. Her academic focus was on 19th-century American art and material culture. Before coming to the Getty, Miriam worked at small and mid-sized history museums as well as for private collectors. Her focus shifted to caring for photographs in 2006, when she started managing the Marjorie and Leonard Vernon Collection, which is now at Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

Arpad Kovacs

Assistant Curator

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Bio +

Arpad’s exhibitions have focused on 20th-century and contemporary photography, with a specific interest in conceptual practices and time-based media. A graduate of Queen's University and York University, Arpad arrived at the Getty Museum in 2011. He organized the monographic exhibitions Hiroshi Sugimoto: Past Tense (2014), Werner Herzog: Hearsay of the Soul (2014), and Richard Learoyd: In the Studio (2016). His thematic shows include In Focus: Play (2014), In Focus: Animalia (2015), Breaking News: Turning the Lens on Mass Media (2016), Mapping Space: Recent Acquisitions in Focus (2019), Encore: Reenactment in Contemporary Photography (2019), and In Focus: Platinum Photographs (2020).

Amanda Maddox

Associate Curator

Bio +

Amanda is a graduate of Brown University and the University of St. Andrews in Scotland. Since joining the Getty Museum in 2011, she has organized or co-organized numerous exhibitions, including Now Then: Chris Killip and the Making of In Flagrante (2017); Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows (2015); Josef Koudelka: Nationality Doubtful (2014); and Japan's Modern Divide: The Photographs of Hiroshi Hamaya and Kansuke Yamamoto (2013). She specializes in the documentary tradition in photography from the mid-20th century to the present day, with an emphasis on Japanese and American photography and photobooks.

Paul Martineau

Associate Curator

Bio +

Educated at the University of Massachusetts at Boston and the Williams College Graduate Program in art history, Paul came to the Getty Museum in 2003. During his tenure, he has curated more than a dozen exhibitions and co-curated the international touring exhibition Robert Mapplethorpe: The Perfect Medium (2016). A specialist in American photography of the 20th century, he is the author or co-author of ten books, including, most recently, Imogen Cunningham: A Retrospective (2020), Icons of Style: A Century of Fashion Photography (2018), Robert Mapplethorpe: The Photographs (2016), The Thrill of the Chase: The Wagstaff Collection of Photographs at the J. Paul Getty Museum (2016), and Minor White: Manifestations of the Spirit (2014).

Carolyn Peter

Curatorial Assistant

Bio +

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Carolyn joined the Department of Photographs in 2018 after serving as director and curator at the Laband Art Gallery at Loyola Marymount University for ten years. She previously held curatorial positions at the Hammer Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, and the Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University. She has curated or co-curated over 60 exhibitions including: A Letter from Japan: The Photographs of John Swope (2006), Stephen Berkman: Chamber Pieces (2008), and Gallery 32 and Its Circle (2009). She specializes in 19th-century French and British photography. She is a graduate of the Courtauld Institute of Art, London and the University of California at Berkeley.

Jennifer Scofield

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Curatorial Assistant

Bio +

Jennifer joined the Department of Photographs in 2014 with a background in collections management and registration. She holds a BA from the University of California at Davis and an MA in museum studies from New York University. Her master’s thesis and graduate research focused on improving collections care through conservation assessment programs. During her time at the Getty, she has cataloged numerous prints, books, and albums in support of the department’s many exhibitions and publications.