Friday, August 24, 2012

The BIG Rock

This is the latest installment at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art: Levitated Mass.  It's a 540 ton granite rock that attracts all kinds of people.  Here the roles are reversed and a model takes the camera to shoot pics of the photographer.
Some people just prefer to stand and look at The Rock.
The number of people who come to see The Rock varies from day to day with the weekends drawing the largest groups of the curious.  These art-lovers are using the 500-foot walkway to commune with the exhibit up close.
Here's an example of me trying think of something to help illustrate the grand size of The Rock in the background.  I think this small rock is about three inches wide.
What is this woman looking for?  Maybe the answer to the question of why a 540-ton boulder has been installed as a art exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art.

No comments: