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Goldwell Open Air Museum

Just outside of Rhyolite, Nevada, a spectacular ghost town off the road leading to Death Valley, California, a group of prominent Belgian artists, led by the late Albert Szukalski, created a self-described art situation consisting of seven outdoor sculptures that are colossal not only in their scale, but in their placement within the vast upper Mojave desert. The Sculpture Park is open for viewing 24/7.

Another part of Goldwell Museum is the nearby Red Barn Art Center, which hosts resident artists by invitation, art workshops, theatrical events, and an art gallery. Since the residency program began, new sculptures now appear in the park as well.