LACMA Artwalk 2012

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Finally had a chance to upload some pictures from LACMA’s Artwalk, which took place last Saturday. Levitated Mass (Michael Heizer’s controversial massive rock installation, which I’ll have to write about sometime…) wasn’t open yet, and there weren’t many other exhibits I hadn’t already visited. But there are always still interesting things to see and revisit, like Jesus Rafael Soto’s Penetrable, better known as “the yellow tubes” (I like this first picture my friend randomly took of me), the outdoor space by the BCAM building, metropolis II which I previously posted about, the gallery across the street showcasing life in east LA in an eye-opening matter of fact manner, the Retna lobby I last posted about, a cool furniture exhibit in a small gallery next door (more pictures coming, it deserves a separate post), the small architecture and design (A+D) museum further down (interesting setup with the plastic-covered screens and displays) and a wall of art just outside it all.

It’s always nice to get out and look around.

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