Donald Wexler is that rare breed of architect — one who practices humility. His buildings, never overwhelming, are filled with sophistication, ingenuity, and a marvelous ability to put every square inch to use.
In the mid-20th century, desert architects eagerly worked in a new, modern idiom — and Palm Springs provided fertile ground for their brilliant designs
Opening this month, Julius Shulman: Palm Springs honors the photographer’s 70-year history with the Coachella Valley. The exhibition curator and author of Julius Shulman: Palm Springs marvels at the legendary lensman behind some of the most iconic photographs of midcentury modern houses.