Sculpting Harmony, a digital exhibition by the Getty Research Institute, tells the story of Frank Gehry’s Disney Concert Hall

Set to a recorded Los Angeles philharmonic symphony, the Getty Institute Research Institute (GRI) has created an experimental digital exhibition, Sculpting Harmony, that tells the story of Frank Gehry’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, a landmark which turned twenty this year. The digital gallery shows over 150 models, sketches, photographs, and 3D ephemera to show the immense work that went into designing the world-famous concert hall, completed in 2003.

Large scale model of symphony chamber (© Frank O. Gehry/Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles)

“Getty is reimagining how our art collections and archives can be experienced online and in Los Angeles,” said Mary Miller, director of

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