Deborah Vankin

staff writer at the LA Times

Deborah Vankin on KCRW

LA’s museums were devoid of human life for most of last year. Unexpected guests crept into the gallery spaces: moths.

Getty Center staff spent 6000 hours trying to keep moths out of galleries during past year

LA’s museums were devoid of human life for most of last year. Unexpected guests crept into the gallery spaces: moths.

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