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Our recommendations for June 2017

ART LOVERS ITINERARY

1: See Jeffrey Gibson’s Desert X installation, Alive!, in the south sculpture garden at Palm Springs Art Museum at 101 N. Museum Drive, Palm Springs. Then head 5 minutes north to Doug Aitken’s Desert X  installation, Mirage, open from 3:30 to 7 p.m., in the Chino Canyon neighborhood of Desert Palisades at 1101 W. Racquet Club Drive, Palm Springs.

2: View Pat Lasch: Journeys of the Heart, a four-decade survey driven by the artist’s personal stories and feminist practices, at Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert.

3: Take a self-guided tour of the Coachella Walls murals in downtown Coachella. (Bring cold water!)

4: Explore recent contemporary acquisitions in the Palm Springs Art Museum’s permanent collection. Go straight to the third floor, then linger. Also enjoy current exhibitions, including John McLaughlin: The Tamarind Prints, at 101 N. Museum Drive, Palm Springs.

5: Take a self-guided tour of the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Museum of Assemblage Art near Joshua Tree. (Bring cold water!)

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