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Call to Action: Preserve Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village in California

Call to Action: Preserve Grandma Prisbrey's Bottle Village in California

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Mr. Imagination exhibit at Intuit named one of 10 best in the United States

Mr. Imagination exhibit at Intuit named one of 10 best in the United States

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SPACES Director to Present Singular Spaces at Madrid’s Reina Sofia Museum

SPACES Director to Present Singular Spaces at Madrid’s Reina Sofia Museum

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Jean-Michel Chesné’s Garden and Grotto under threat from road realignment!

The site in 2012.

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Margaret’s Grocery listed as one of Mississippi’s Historic Trust’s 10 Most Endangered Properties!

Margaret’s Grocery listed as one of Mississippi’s Historic Trust’s 10 Most Endangered Properties!

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Watch 1990s Jarvis Cocker Travel Art Environments All Over the World in This BBC Mini-Series

The art of the "Common People."

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Conservation of Chomo’s Village d’art Préludien Begins in France

 

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Sign petition to help save Roberto Pérez’s Spanish art environment!

Roberto Pérez has spent more than a quarter century creating a variety of artwork in different media, but his masterpiece is an architectural sculpture in the Spanish province of Granada. This work has been created with stone and recycled materials of all kinds, and  he has become known by many as the “Andalucian Gaudí.”

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Support the Conservation of Chomo’s Village of Preludian Art!

SPACES Board member Laurent Danchin has launched a campaign to restore components of the Village d’Art Préludien created by Chomo (Roger Chomeaux, 1907-1999) in a small parcel located within the Fontainbleau forest in France. Although Chomo studied and successfully created and exhibited his work within the art mainstream as a young man, in 1960 he moved to this site, became a hermit, and spent the rest of his life creating an impressive environment of idiosyncratic buildings as well as numerous sculptures; most of the work was fabricated from recycled materials of all types. He named the site to reflect his feeling that his art served as a prelude to a new world that we would be soon to enter. 

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