Michael Heizer’s finished artwork "Levitated Mass" will officially open to the public on Sunday, June 24, LACMA announced on Tuesday.
Finally, you will be walk through the long concrete slot—one-and-a-half-football-fields long—descending 15 feet as the giant granite megalith rises over your head.
As a thank you to residents of select zip codes along the rolling stone's historic route, LACMA is offering free admission for the entire week of June 24–July 1 (with proof of residence).
From quarry to museum, relive the monumental story of what happened when greater Los Angeles followed a 340-ton pet rock on the world's slowest road trip:
- Modern 'rock': The one about the frenzy over LACMA's massive piece of granite
- LA museum to receive 340-ton boulder for art exhibit
- LACMA’s boulder is on the road
- Major LA streets close to accommodate boulder's path to LACMA340-ton boulder megalith begins 2-week roll from Riverside to LACMA for 'Levitated Mass' exhibit (photos, map)
- The LACMA Rock (and other nice rocks)
- What’s behind the $10 million price tag for LACMA’s rock sculpture?
- Everything needs an origin story, even 340-ton sculptures'
- Levitated Mass:' The 340-ton boulder is coming to LACMA, finally