Turn Park Art Space facts for kids
|Established||May 14, 2017|
|Location||2 Moscow Road, West Stockbridge|
Turn Park Art Space, is an open-air museum, sculpture park, and performance space located in West Stockbridge, Massachusetts. The approximately 16 acres (6.5 ha; 0.025 sq mi) site is located on the grounds of a former lime and marble quarry.
It includes a collection of sculptures, mostly from the Soviet Nonconformist Art movement of the 1950s - 1980s, represented by Nikolai Silis, Vladimir Lemport and Nazar Bilyk. The Gate House contains a temporary exhibition space. A 2000-square foot art gallery is planned for the site. A small amphitheater is used for outdoor performances.
The park was established in May 2017 by collectors Igor Gomberg and Katya Brezgunova, and designed by architects Grigori Fateyev and Alexander Konstantinov
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