Road Trip: 22 Hour Drive for Stanley Kubrick

The Stanley Kubrick Exhibit in Los Angeles was the spark that started our last-minute 22 hour road trip to Los Angeles this past weekend.  Here are some pictures of the 3 hours we spent at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art:

At the LACMA entrance is the assemblage sculpture called "Urban Lights" consisting of 202 restored street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s. Most of them once lit the streets of Southern California.

At the LACMA entrance is the assemblage sculpture called “Urban Lights” consisting of 202 restored street lamps from the 1920s and 1930s. Most of them once lit the streets of Southern California.

Tickets in hand...

Tickets in hand…

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The original typewriter used in "The Shining".

One of the original typewriters used in “The Shining”.

For someone who has never seen a Kubrick movie, I found the exhibit very interesting and my friends who are Kubrick fans loved it.  I still think it’s pretty crazy that we drove 22 hours just to see it.  But the road trip experience was worth it and we still had 31 hours left in Los Angeles before we had to make the long trek home.  Lots can happen in 31 hours!

Stay tuned to find out how crazy things got on our Stanley Kubrick Road Trip!

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