You could experience Desert X 2019 in one day, but the rush to all the art installations across the valley would leave no time to consider their messages.
Jay Thornton took his camera to the Horse Park to document the beauty and intensity behind the scenes at the elite HITS Horse Show jumping event.
Palm Springs has seen snow a few times over the decades, but never more than it did 40 years ago, on Jan. 31, 1979, when it blanketed the city.
ART Elaine Mathews would have felt perfectly at home in early-1900s Palm Springs. Like the impressionist painters of the time, she’d take her easel into the raw desert, find a compelling vantage point, and begin composing until the sun reached a spot where it could give her scene that fleeting hallelujah moment. She would exhibit her landscape paintings at Nellie
A 40-year survey of Sam Francis paintings at Heather James Fine Art packs color, action, and a space to enter the sublime.
With all due respect to the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, Tahquitz Canyon Way could justly be called Hugh Kaptur Way.
Modernism Week 2019 packs many new offerings, but these will be the 10 most talked-about events and attractions. Get your tickets while you can.
The desert has always been a frontier for artists. Over the next few months, several large-scale art exhibitions offer wide-spanning perspectives.
Lines in the Sand, a season-long exhibition at Palm Springs Art Museum, offers a fresh perspective on the lore and land of the desert.
Palm Springs Life has partnered with topDentists to ask local dentists: “If you had a patient in need of a dentist, who would you recommend?”