How to behold the astounding on-the-move artworks that are associated with Burning Man, the "global cultural movement" that springs, with creativity, connection, and lavish bohemian-o-sity, at Black Rock Desert in Nevada around Labor Day Weekend each year? The short answer: Go to Burning Man. The slightly longer answer: Be in the right place on the right date and a Burning Man artwork may visit, like, for example, at Grand Park in DTLA on Saturday, Aug. 4.
That's the place to witness the majesty, lights, and power of the Mayan Warrior, dubbed "one of Burning Man's most iconic art cars." It's a massive vehicle, a color-tastic, bright 'n bold work created in Mexico City via the vision of artist Pablo Gonzalez Vargas.
The party starts at 4 o'clock on the 4th, and a ticket? It's $50, plus a fee, to join the "immersive light and sound experience." That price helps the Mayan Warrior as well as a non-profit art organization.