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What does the Getty Research Institute publish?
Illustrated works on artists, art history, and architecture that draw on the Research Institute's collections of rare and unique materials; catalogs for Research Institute exhibitions; collections of essays arising from the activities of the Research Institute; translations of classic works of art history; and scholarly monographs. We do not publish scholarship unrelated to the visual arts; unrevised dissertations; conference proceedings; or works of fiction.

How can I contact Getty Research Institute Publications?
Getty Research Institute Publications
1200 Getty Center Dr., Suite 1100
Los Angeles, CA 90049-1684

You may reach us via email at GRIPubs@getty.edu or contact Managing Editor Michele Ciaccio at mciaccio@getty.edu.

How do I buy or download Getty Research Institute publications?
Our publications are available online from the Getty Bookstore and from trade retailers. The Getty Research Journal is available through the University of Chicago Press Journals Division.

Where can I download free books?
Browse the Getty Publications Virtual Library for a selection of free digital backlist titles.

Where can I download a Getty Publications sales catalog?
Recent catalogs are available in PDF format.

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Prospective Authors

What does the Getty Research Institute publish?
Illustrated works on artists, art history, and architecture that draw on the Research Institute's collections of rare and unique materials; catalogs for Research Institute exhibitions; collections of essays arising from the activities of the Research Institute; translations of classic works of art history; and scholarly monographs. We do not publish scholarship unrelated to the visual arts; unrevised dissertations; conference proceedings; or works of fiction.

How do I propose a book?
Send a letter of introduction, a curriculum vitae, and a completed book proposal form to GRIPubs@getty.edu. Do not send unsolicited manuscripts, photos, or artwork.

How do I submit to the Getty Research Journal?
Please visit the University of Chicago Press Journals page for instructions and guidelines on submitting to the Getty Research Journal.

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Current Authors

How do I prepare my manuscript?

How do I order copies of my book?
Getty Research Institute Publications authors receive a 40% discount on the list price of their books. To place an order, please contact GRIPubs@getty.edu directly with your request.

How do I obtain permission to reprint my essay?
Contact GRIPubs@getty.edu with your request.

Someone has asked about reviewing my book. How can they get a review copy?
All media inquiries, including requests for review copies, should be directed to publicity@getty.edu.

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Faculty

How do I obtain a desk or exam copy?
Consult the Faculty section of the Order page of the Getty Publications website.

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Media

How do I request a review copy?
All media inquiries, including requests for review copies, should be directed to publicity@getty.edu.

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Rights, Reprints, and Permissions

How do I obtain permission to use portions of Getty Research Institute publications in course packets?
Search for a title through the Copyright Clearance Center website and click on Pay-Per-Use Options.

Who do I contact regarding foreign rights, translations, and other subsidiary rights?
Contact Leslie Rollins at lrollins@getty.edu.

Who do I contact regarding permission to reproduce images published in Getty Research Institute publications?
  • The Getty Research Institute can only authorize material for which it holds the copyright. Check the illustration credit and seek permission from that source.
  • If the object is owned by the Getty and in the public domain, it may be available through the Getty Open Content Program.
  • If the image is in copyright, or not available through the Open Content Program, contact the Getty program that owns the object. For material owned by the Getty Research Institute, contact Library Rights and Permissions. For material owned by the J. Paul Getty Museum, contact Museum Rights and Permissions.


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