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Los Angeles Museums And Galleries Start To Close As Wildfires Rage

The Getty Center and Getty Villa, the Hammer Museum, and the Skirball Center have all shut their doors to the public temporarily. They say that neither their buildings nor their collections have suffered any fire damage, but the heavy smoke in the air alone could damage their art.
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