PUBLIC ART DATA FOR LOS ANGELES, SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA AND HAWAII  


"Watts Towers" or "Nuestro Pueblo" 

(1921-1954) by Sabato (Simon) Rodia
 
 
DESCRIPTION:  
17 interconnected steel and mortar sculptural structures with embedded ceramic items, 
found objects and artifacts, reaching up to 99-feet in height.  
The title "Nuestro Pueblo" ("Our Village") comes from Rodia's own name 
for his 33-year long masterpiece [source: Wikipedia].

For public tours, see schedule and information at Watts Towers Arts Center.

LOCATION:
Simon Rodia State Historic Park,
 adjacent to the Watts Towers Arts Center,
1761-1765 E. 107th St., Watts, Los Angeles, CA 
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