U.S. Premiere Screening: "A Bibo Reader"

Event related to the "Danube Exodus: The Rippling Currents of the River" exhibition.

U.S. Premiere Screening: "A Bibo Reader"
The Getty screens Peter Forgacs' latest film, "A Bibo Reader", in which the artist uses found footage and original music by Tibor Szemzo to pay homage to the great Hungarian political thinker Istvan Bibo (1911-1979), who served as minister of state in 1956 during the Hungarian revolution. A Bibo Reader screened earlier this year at the Cannes film festival.

September 5, 7:30 p.m.
Harold M. Williams Auditorium, Getty Center, Los Angeles

This event is free and open to the public, but seating reservations are required. For information and seating and parking reservations, please call 310-440-7300 or visit www.getty.edu.

Visiting the Getty Center:
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Reservations are recommended for the Restaurant and can be made by calling 310-440-7300. Parking on surrounding streets is restricted. Please call 310-440-7300 (English or Spanish) or visit the Getty Web site at www.getty.edu for parking and seating reservations and information. The TTY line for callers who are deaf or hearing impaired is 310-440-7305.

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About the Getty:
The J. Paul Getty Trust is an international cultural and philanthropic institution devoted to the visual arts that features the J. Paul Getty Museum, the Getty Research Institute, the Getty Conservation Institute, and the Getty Grant Program. The J. Paul Getty Trust and Getty programs are based at the Getty Center in Los Angeles.

The Getty Research Institute serves education in the broadest sense by increasing knowledge and understanding about art and art history through advanced research. The Research Institute provides intellectual leadership through its research, exhibition, and publications programs and provides service to a wide range of scholars worldwide through residencies, fellowships, online resources, and a Research Library. The Research Library is one of the largest art and architecture libraries in the world, containing 800,000 volumes, including general collections of books, periodicals, and auction catalogues encompassing the history of Western art and related fields in the humanities. The Research Library's special collections include rare books, artists' journals, sketchbooks, architectural drawings and models, photographs, and archival materials.