Brian Vander Brug / Los Angeles Times
L.A. artist Jorge Pardo, whose work bridges sculpture and functional design, was commissioned to create an experimental new installation of the Los Angeles County Museum of Arts Pre-Columbian art collection. The result features undulating cases that suggest cavern walls and stacked pedestals that recall stalagmites. A worker readies the display, "Latin American Art: Ancient to Contemporary," which opened July 27 for an indefinite run.
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