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Found In LA: Let There Be Lights

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Given its proximity to the LA County Museum of Art, this army of decorative lamps easily seems like an art installation...but actually in this case a lamp is just a lamp, and these lovely ones are gathered here awaiting a more practical installation. Still, they look pretty damn cool! and as an adept reader points out, it is an art installation! From LACMA's website:

Transformation plans have grown to include a number of large-scale outdoor works by contemporary artists. Urban Light is a sculpture by Chris Burden which will incorporate more than two hundred restored cast-iron lampposts from Los Angeles County...

Photo by Here In Van Nuys via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr