Patt Morrison for March 8, 2012

LACMA’S “rock star” is en route to L.A.

Patt Morrison puts the LACMA rock in perspective

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The 340-ton boulder making its way to LACMA is really, really big. Patt Morrison lets you know how big.

Get ready because the “Levitated Mass” is rolling your way!

The big art rock that's 340 tons of gorgeous granite, designed by sculptor Michael Heizer, is rocking the art world as it is moved along a 105-mile journey from Riverside, California to The Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard. Once the mass arrives at the museum, it will be installed as part of a highly anticipated outdoor sculpture. Are you ready to rock?

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Michael Govan, CEO and Wallis Annenberg Director, Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

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