Five years in, the museum director has major plans (including a 340-ton boulder) and has shown what he can accomplish. It's easy to see how he's become a cultural force in L.A.
Michael Govan, the director of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, crouched in the pit of a stone quarry in Riverside. Wearing black jeans and a brown sports coat, he dragged a finger through the sandy floor to draw the northern edge of the LACMA campus.
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