LOS ANGELES - The world's smallest contemporary art museum arrived at LACMA Monday.
The space, measuring six feet across, also happens to be egg-shaped.
The Nuevo Museo de Arte Contemporáneo or "NUMU," came all the way from Guatemala.
LACMA funded the museum's journey through a Kickstarter campaign that described NUMU as a nomadic "gathering place and creative incubator."
The tiny museum will be part of a new exhibit at LACMA featuring works from Latin-American artists.