Los Angeles County Museum of Art exhibitions complement Michael Heizer. Levitated Mass

. July 19, 2012 . 0 Comments

Los Angeles County Museum of Art presents two exhibitions to complement Michael Heizer’s Levitated Mass, on view through september 9, 2012.

Michael Heizer Levitated Mass Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)

Michael Heizer: Actual Size presents the artist’s large-scale photographic works in two galleries. In the Resnick Pavilion, Actual Size: Munich Rotary (1971)—shown for the first time in more than three decades—projects Heizer’s 1969 work Munich Depression, a displacement of 1,000 tons of soil from an unbuilt area near Munich, Germany. Installed in BCAM is a series of fifteen individual actual-size photographic prints of rocks in their natural environment that Heizer began in 1970.

Taken together, Levitated Mass and Actual Size make a statement about humanity that is both sweeping in scope and specific to our time. “We live in a world that’s technological and primordial simultaneously,” Heizer has said. “I guess the idea is to make art that reflects this premise.”

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Category: Fine Art

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