Recommended Reviews for Urban Light at LACMA. It's called, "Urban Light.". Created by sculptural artist, Chris Burden in 2008 (10 years old now!), this iconic assemblage brings various of vintage street lamp poles (made in between in the 1920s and 1930s) to enhance the illumination of Los Angeles historic vibes at night.Is LACMA worth seeing at night?
The urban lights at LACMA is free to view, you can either walk to it via main street or cut through LACMA. I prefer to see it at night with the lights on, it is much nicer in my opinion. During the day it is obviously not on and can be a little busier with smaller children.Can I download images from LACMA?
All visitors, including LACMA members, must purchase or reserve an advance timed-entry ticket online or by calling the LACMA Ticket Office at 323 857-6010, 10 am–5 pm daily. No ticket sales onsite. Learn more. All visitors must pass a health screening and temperature check prior to entry.