Open your eyes to John McLaughlin: Some of his work can be seen in “Crosscurrents” at the Getty, but the progenitor of great postwar art in L.A. merited a major solo retrospective.
Image: John McLaughlin’s “#26” (1961) works against our natural binocular vision. Credit: John McLaughlin

Open your eyes to John McLaughlin: Some of his work can be seen in “Crosscurrents” at the Getty, but the progenitor of great postwar art in L.A. merited a major solo retrospective.

Image: John McLaughlin’s “#26” (1961) works against our natural binocular vision. Credit: John McLaughlin

"A Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now" at the Getty Museum invites viewers to contemplate the country’s many contradictions through a wide array of photographs.
Photo: Ernesto “Che” Guevara in “Hombre Nuevo” is one of the dominant figures in Virginia Beahan’s photographs of Cuba’s landscape on view at the Getty Museum. Credit: Virginia Beahan / Wilson Centre for Photography

"A Revolutionary Project: Cuba from Walker Evans to Now" at the Getty Museum invites viewers to contemplate the country’s many contradictions through a wide array of photographs.

Photo: Ernesto “Che” Guevara in “Hombre Nuevo” is one of the dominant figures in Virginia Beahan’s photographs of Cuba’s landscape on view at the Getty Museum. Credit: Virginia Beahan / Wilson Centre for Photography