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A French gilt-bronze wall clock (shown here), 4 feet tall with nary a flat surface, is one of 40 works of 17th and 18th century decorative arts that the Getty Museum has selected from its own holdings and from a historic English country house for the exhibit “Taking Shape.” Displayed in one of Richard Meier's pavilions, the pieces find new consideration as works of sculpture. Through July 5.

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Courtesy Getty Museum EXHIBIT A French gilt-bronze wall clock (shown here), 4 feet tall with nary a flat surface, is one of 40 works of 17th and 18th century decorative arts that the Getty Museum has selected from its own holdings and from a historic English country house for the exhibit “Taking Shape.” Displayed in one of Richard Meier's pavilions, the pieces find new consideration as works of sculpture. Through July 5. getty.edu