Levitated mass at the LACMA Museum

September 25, 2012 § 1 Comment

Michael Heizer’s artwork is a 340-ton boulder that traveled from a quarry in Riverside to the Wilshire Boulevard museum.

I’ve never seen something quite like it…I didn’t feel completely safe standing below it (more of a 1 millisecond dash from one side to the other)…Notheless quite an impressive work to see in front you!

You can read more about Heizer’s work by clicking here!

You can see the exhibitions Milly visited when she was last in LA in March 12by clicking here!!

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