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Akhob, by James Turrell

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Akhob, by James Turrell

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3720 Las Vegas Blvd S Ste 103 Louis Vuitton Store - Crystals at City Center, Las Vegas, NV 89158-1604
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virtvacat wrote a review Feb 2020
Pataskala, Ohio109 contributions74 helpful votes
Waste of 30 minutes of my day. Two rooms that slowly meld from one color to another. I had the exhibit to myself but failed to be moved by the Ganzfeld effect to any emotional state or hallucinatory status. Two "docents" dressed in white keep you from falling out of the exhibit. Photos are strictly prohibited. I found the whole "secret society" aspect of hanging out in a waiting room at Louis Vutton whilst awaiting my private elevator transport with an appropriately pretentious black garbed guide to the darkened anteroom (where they ask you to sign a 3 page release form that they seem annoyed you are actually squinting to read in semi-darkness) off-putting. Striving to be relevant. Failing.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Travelbugsforlife wrote a review Nov 2019
WORCESTER1,029 contributions293 helpful votes
Based on tripadvisor reviews I knew to book early. Our group of 6 booked our visit 2 months in advance. The person on the phone was friendly and was each to book with. We arrived at the store a few minutes before our reservation and had to hang out, not terrible if you love LV. Because they keep the groups small, we had a private viewing for our group, it was amazing. It is hard to explain but there are two connected rooms and the light changes in the different rooms at different times and it creates visual tricks. At points it looks like the room goes on forever, at points you are not seeing the color you think you are. It was such a unique experience. I also want to share that it is free. The LV foundation does this for free, so anyone can enjoy this breathtaking light/art installation.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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Kittygal wrote a review Oct 2019
Los Angeles, California5,757 contributions244 helpful votes
I booked weeks in advance to see this unique art installation. It's located in Louis Vuitton in the Crystal Shops at Aria. Turrell specializes in light and space works. This piece doesn't disappoint. You must remove your shoes and are given protective covers to wear. Then you accompany your guide up some stairs into the work itself. The play of light feels like an ethereal mist envelops you. The space is small and austere but breathtaking. I was immediately reminded of the TV series "The Time Tunnel" from my youth. No photography is permitted; there is another Turrell installation at the tram stop upstairs, however. If you enjoy modern art...do make the effort to view this amazing piece.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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MICH wrote a review Jul 2019
Los Angeles, California20 contributions10 helpful votes
*You must call for reservations since this could be booked out for weeks. This is also located in the Louis Vuitton store* I've been to this exhibit twice, lucky both getting reservations a few weeks before and its a very surreal experience. Two really great things about this exhibit 1) You're given 20 minutes and 2) limited number of guests so you have all the free space to wander! Some notes: You will be taking off your shoes and given booties to wear.
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Date of experience: November 2018
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FairwaySkipper wrote a review Jun 2019
Birmingham, Alabama787 contributions4 helpful votes
I wasn’t sure how I felt about this. Having to call so far in advance to a reservation was a bit off putting to me. I knew a bit about James Terrell, but found only limited information about Akhob. Fortunately for us, the other guests did not show up so it was just DH, me and the two assistants. I’m not totally sure why but the exhibit resonated deeply within me and I was weeping as I left. I really would like to see it again and see if it has the same impact. My guess is it will.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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