Photo by @johndunton via Twitter
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