Four to Watch
Spanning generations and geography, these artists are linked by their uncommon individuality.
See Us Roar
Women (finally) star in an exhibition of midcentury abstract expressionist painters.
These Walls Can Talk
A mural project that reflects the lives of local immigrant farmworkers draws talent from around the world
Coachella Walls is a stunning collection of murals in by artists who hail from around the world, spread throughout downtown Indio’s 10-block radius.
Hecho en Coachella
Collaborating as the Date Farmers, Armando Lerma and Carlos Ramirez parlay found objects into art that evokes the struggles of their immigrant community
Armando Lerma and Carlos Ramierz, also know as the Date Farmers based in Coachella, have amassed critical and popular acclaim.
EXHIBITIONIST — Artists in Residence
In Joshua Tree, BoxoPROJECTS invites artists to learn, obsess, and make art inspired by the desert
Bernard Leibov enjoys making things happen in the arts. So he began mounting exhibitions of Joshua Tree artists in his New York apartment. And now he hosts artists for residencies in the High Desert community.
Burning Off Water – Jeff Lipschutz
For the painter, sculptor, and writer Jeff Lipschutz, the desert is not so much an excursion or a dialectical canvas as it is seed material that informs his own DNA.
Burning Off Water – Nicole Antebi
Nicole Antebi, who lives in Los Angeles and teaches in Monterey, uses a variety of media for projects that often take the form of multifaceted installations.
Burning Off Water
Three contemporary artists explore the desert from near and afar
The desert has long exerted a powerful magnetism on artists. By 1900, painters seeking a fresh source of inspiration and a healthier climate came to the Palm Springs area to work en plein air and contribute a chapter to the story of early California Impressionism.
Burning Off Water – Jesse Reding Fleming
For a long time, Jesse Reding Fleming had no interest in the desert; he thought of it as a “dead place.”
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