Coachella Valley Arts News – July 2021

Palm Springs Noir, a new collection of short stories, upends the desert’s sunny disposition. Photo: Palm Springs Life/Getty Images   ART Robert Longo’s Storm of Hope opens at Palm Springs Art Museum (Palm Springs Life)The New York-based artist, who recently purchased a home in Palm Springs, has opened Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder, an…

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Coachella Valley Arts News – February 2020

Los Angeles-based artist Gisela Colon created The Future is Now for the controversial Desert X AlUla exhibition, which continues through March 7. Desert X has announced dates and a new co-curator for its 2021 exhibition in the Coachella Valley. Photo courtesy Desert X.   ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN Cree House opens for Modernism Week tours (Palm…

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Arts News Digest – July 2019

ART The desert feels the transformational power of public art (Palm Springs Life) From David Černý’s Babies in Palm Springs to Edoardo Tresoldi’s Etherea in Coachella, large-scale public artworks are adding aesthetic beauty, attracting tourism, stimulating walking traffic, inspiring, educating, and promoting pride in place in communities across the Coachella Valley. New museum director will…

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Arts News Digest – May 2019

ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN Palm Springs hosts preservation conference (Palm Springs Life) Cindy Heitzman, executive director of the California Preservation Foundation, discuss the organization’s high-priority issues as well as the popularity of Modernism Week in Palm Springs. 10 things to notice while touring the Walker Guest House (Palm Springs Life) In 1952, Paul Rudolph designed a…

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Arts News Digest – July 2018

New work by Coachella artist Carlos Ramirez, who  opened his first solo exhibition, The Killing of a Ghost, earlier this year at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New Jersey.   ART & DESIGN Catching up with Carlos Ramirez (Coachella Magazine) After many years of collaborating as part of The Date Farmers, artist Carlos Ramirez is forging…

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