The granite megalith destined to become part of Michael Heizer's "Levitated Mass" arrived at Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Saturday, March 10th in the early morning hours just before dawn.
The gigantic boulder's journey began on Tuesday, February 28th, traveling only at night at 5 - 8 miles per hour through 4 counties and 22 cities with stops in 8 communities along the route. The journey was not without complications with streetlights and trees but minimal traffic issues.
Levitated Mass is expected to open to the public in early summer, 2012.
Thanks to all for sharing your reactions and thoughts in comments on the two preceding posts about this earthwork art exhibit.
Here's a video of the football field long transport with the megalith arriving at LACMA: