Desert X Comes to the Coachella Valley

Desert X’s second edition will open February 9, 2019 through the end of April 2019 with an expanded curatorial and executive leadership team. Returning Artistic Director Neville Wakefield is joined by Director of Education & Public Programs at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles Amanda Hunt and Los Angeles-based independent writer and curator Matthew Schum as co-curators. Jenny Gil, appointed as Executive Director, was most recently with Faena Art, Miami, and in her new position is charged with overseeing the exhibition’s administration and management to ensure the long-term stability of the organization.

Desert X is a site-specific Biennial Exhibition that first took place in the spring of 2017. Artists from different parts of the world were invited to make work in response to the unique conditions of the Coachella Valley. The desert is the canvas upon which contemporary artists – like the wirter, architects, musicians and others before them – Were invitred to project their vision and to create from the extraordinary natural and social history around them objects and experiences that reflect upon the matchless spectacle of the geologic epic, The Radical abstraction of the surroundings and the singular incursions of man into the seemingly barren landscape. Unique in that it take the landscape itself as it’s exhibition space,Desert X offers the opportunity to explore both the familiar and the unkown through the eyes of others. If the desert is indeed God without man, then Desert X is Art without constraint.

Date

Mar 27 2019 - Apr 30 2019

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Location

Various Locations Throughout the Coachella Valley
Palm Springs, CA 92262
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DesertX
Website
https://www.desertx.org/
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