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Public Art "Urban Light"

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Public Art "Urban Light" - From Below, United States
Public Art "Urban Light" - From Below, United States
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Public Art "Urban Light"
­čôŹ From Below, United States
Public Art: Urban Light is a unique attraction located in front of the LACMA Museum in Los Angeles. It was created in 2008 by artist Chris Burden and consists of 202 vintage street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s arranged in a variety of patterns. These lamps are made out of cast iron and painted in silver. This public art sculpture is a popular attraction for visitors as it makes for some stunning photographs. Its illuminated beauty adds a stunning touch to Los Angeles and creates a romantic atmosphere for couples. The area is also great for those who are looking for a meandering walk.
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