Gravity is overrated. Behind the Los Angeles County Museum of Art there's “Levitated Mass” by Michael Heizer – a 456-foot-long slot with a 340-ton granite megalith trucked in from the desert balanced over it. Gravity doesn't matter, and a few feet from the big rock, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the Oscar people, are turning the old May Company department store on the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax into Los Angeles’ first actual movie museum –...
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