Published Jun 28, 2019 at 9:15 AM | Updated at 12:43 PM PDT on Jun 28, 2019
Can "iridescence" be someone's favorite color? We think so, since so many vibrant hues are whimsically woven through something that's iridescent, say, like a bubble. But soapy spheres aren't the only iridescent experiences around, and, should you call upon the La Brea Tar Pits through Nov. 24, 2019, you'll find one of the largest and loveliest expressions of iridescence you've ever encountered.
It's The Second Home Serpentine Pavilion by selgascano, a pop-up, wander-through structure that is open, airy, full of light, and awash in saturated chromatics, both of the iridescent and solid assortments. It opens on June 28, 2019, and there are robust plans for its multi-month residency, including cultural programs and more.
Simply visiting, though, for some iridescent transcendence? You surely can, so make plans to float like a bubble by Hancock Park on the Miracle Mile. Will the light inside the pavilion make you feel light inside, too? Chances are seriously good.