Gary Friedman / LAT
A commuter gets a good view of Gilbert Magu Lujans modern art project at the Red Line station at Hollywood Boulevard and Vine Street. Lugan covered the vaulted ceiling and walls with hundreds of movie projector reels. Many Metro stations are a trove of modern art pieces and installations. Since 1989, the Metropolitan Transit Authority has set aside one-half of 1% of all rail construction costs toward the creation of original, site-specific artwork. The Hollywood and Vine station probably has the highest concentration of art.
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