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DTLA's The Broad isn't the only art museum making headlines for its awe-inspiring collections. The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA), a longtime favorite for both locals and out-of-towners alike, is set to unveil the highly-anticipated West Coast debut of Random International's "Rain Room" this Sunday, November 1st.
The large-scale installation was an instant hit at New York's Museum of Modern Art and London's Barbican Centre, offering fascinated visitors access inside a room where "water falls continuously to create a cacophonous interior downpour that pauses wherever a human body is detected." In addition to leaving you inspired, this work of art just may give you the best Instagram of your life.
Tickets for LACMA's "Rain Room" will run $10 for members and for visitors under 17 who purchase a general admission ticket. Everyone else will be required to buy a $15 add-on to their general admission ticket.