A story in the Guardian on the Getty Museum, though it’s hardly the only major museum in the world with this problem. SAFE points to the LA Times which has another story, Getting it right at the Getty, talking about the issue.
Had my photo taken with Efrosyni for a Greek paper, Ta Nea, yesterday. I’m the one on the left in glasses. We’re frequently confused for one another. Not by anyone who’s met us both I should add, but for some reason we both get called Efrosyni if she or I gives a paper on our work separately.
The one they’ll probably use is one without the glasses. Though you still can’t see my eyes as they’re nearly closed in the bright sunlight.