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“Inside Out” at the Pasadena Museum of California Art

Passersby at the Pasadena Museum of California Art stand under a towering new installation, which looks like a Frank Stella-esque fumigation tent and represents the intersection of art and architecture. The installation is called “Inside Out.” (Christina House / For The Times)
Jose Peña of the company Experience the Difference helps to secure the vinyl tarp around the building, which is similar to those used by fumigation companies. (Christina House / For The Times)
A worker installs the vinyl stripes. (Christina House / For The Times)
The striped covering is secured onto the roof with sandbags. (Christina House / For The Times)
Luis Rodriguez helps to install the tarp, a 30,000-square-foot artwork. (Christina House / For The Times)
A worker helps with installation. (Christina House / For The Times)
Artist Susan Silton stands in front of her creation. A reception celebrating the artwork is planned for 7 to 9 Oct. 11 at the museum, 490 E. Union St. The event is part of Pasadena’s citywide cross-cultural festival Skin/Art & Ideas. Information: House / For The Times)