Tiny Tree, Kelly Lynn Jones’s second solo exhibition with The Pit in Palm Springs, celebrates the harmony of the natural world, bringing light and texture into focus.
Mythopoetica: Symbols and Stories at the Palm Springs Art Museum fuses past and present to imagine a future for the inland Southern California region.
Celia Álvarez Muñoz’s first career retrospective at MCASD presents a rich body of work by the celebrated Arlington, Texas-based artist, who is committed to the complexity of stories from the U.S.-Mexico border.
A-Z West, Andrea Zittel’s decades-long art experiment presently stewarded by High Desert Test Sites near Joshua Tree, investigates the architecture of everyday life by stripping items to their most basic components.
Desert Mirages: Desert X 2023 Attempts to Engage Problems Facing the Coachella Valley, With Varied Results
Ambitious as always, Desert X delivered on its promise to diversify its pool of participating artists—at the expense of conceptual coherence.
I Like You, Erin Burrell’s colorfully irreverent exhibition at HeyThere Projects, upends the core tenets of masculinity in one fell swoop.
American Framing, a Palm Springs Art Museum exhibition by Paul Andersen and Paul Preissner, contemplates the pillars of American architecture.
Petra Cortright Displays Traditional Pieces Distilled Through Newer Media at Palm Springs Art Museum
Petra Cortright, a Net Art and Post-Internet Art painter, bends traditional art-world genres in a solo exhibition at the Palm Springs Art Museum.