Museum Closings This Week: God's Word and Car Racing

Phil Hill, Driving for Ferrari at the Monoco GP in the first race of his championship-winning season, 1961 (cropped)| original photo by Ferret Fotographics via Peterson Automotive Museum's website
See them before they're gone! Here's a list of what museum exhibitions are closing this weekend. To read about openings click here.

Petersen Automotive Museum
See the stuff of legends. Car racing-legends. The tribute exhibition, Phil Hill: The Life of a Legend, comes to an end this weekend. "In addition to being the world's first and only American-born Formula 1 champion, he was a student of automobile history, an accomplished mechanic, a classic car restorer, a skilled photographer, and a family man." It's fitting that an exhibit about such a family man (the exhibit was created along with Phil's son, Derek) would close out on the quintessential family weekend.
Ends November 27, 2011

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The Getty Center
In the Beginning Was the Word: Medieval Gospel Illumination, brings the Christian Gospels and the Four Evangelists to life through early manuscripts, capturing a sense of religious storytelling through art. "With examples from Western Europe, Ethiopia, Byzantium, and Armenia, this exhibition traces the tradition of Gospel illumination in Christian art and worship."
Ends November 27, 2011

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