We are celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Getty Images, and it seemed highly appropriate to create a special collection that would not only mark this important milestone but also provide a fitting and ongoing legacy, to showcase the very best of Getty Images’s unprecedented photography.
As a result, we have curated a unique selection highlighting key Creative, News, Sport, Entertainment, and Archive imagery illustrating our photographic heritage through award winning images shot over the past two decades, together with a selection from the Hulton Archive’s unsurpassed historical collection, thus spanning the birth of photography to the present day.
Getty Images is the most trusted source of visual content in the world, with over 300 million assets including photos, videos, and music, available through its websites. Founded in 1995, Getty Images serves media, business and creative customers in almost 200 countries and is the first place people turn to discover, purchase and share powerful visual content from the world’s best photographers and videographers. Getty Images works with over 240,000 contributors and hundreds of image partners to provide comprehensive coverage of more than 160,000 news, sport and entertainment events, impactful creative imagery to communicate any commercial concept and the world’s deepest digital archive of historic photography.
The Getty Images Legacy Collection
Featuring: Various ArtistsView Location Details Number 1 on the official photoville map Click to download this year's map Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
1 Water St
Brooklyn, NY 11201
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Friday, September 11 – Pictures That Provoke: Getty Images Celebrates Photographic Legacy
Getty Images Co-Founder and Chairman Jonathan Klein and special guests will tell the stories behind some of the world’s most amazing pictures and discuss what makes them so powerful. This session will bring to life the images featured in Getty’s Legacy Collection exhibition at Photoville.Learn More