After spending a lot of time in Montréal and Las Vegas for the Quebec Deluxe and Lapse Vegas photography projects, we are back in Los Angeles to continue with our most ambitious adventure, which is building the largest LA time-lapse photography archive ever created.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art, also known as LACMA, is a very popular spot for both locals and tourists. The goal for this location was to capture the “Urban Light” assemblage sculpture created by Chris Burden in 2008.
Every time I visit LACMA “Urban Light” is always packed with people taking photographs. No matter what time of the day. Even late at night. The pictures below were taken on a Saturday evening.
It was easy to find street parking but that is never the case during the day. Around 8:45pm security guards announced several times that the museum’s parking lot was going to close at 9pm. It was a fun night with a nice atmosphere as usual!
If you want to learn more about “Urban Light” click here.