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Intersect Palm Springs will highlight local history and environment
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Intersect Palm Springs will highlight local history and environment

Intersect Palm Springs will spotlight local environment and history

Intersect Palm Springs will not be a traditional art fair. Instead, it will be an immersiveart event with two curated exhibition spaces. These spaces will educate viewers about our local environment as well as Southern California history.

More than 50 galleries from 35 cities will participate in this event, which will take place February 10-13 at Palm Springs Convention Center. There will also be a sculpture garden featuring large-scale work.

CREATE Center for the Arts and Desert Open Studios, The Elemental, The Robert Cumming Archive, and CREATE Center for the Arts will all be represented in non-profit spaces at the fair. Cumming, a Desert Hot Springs contemporary photographer, will also be honored. Who died in December?. The event is also supported by the Palm Springs Art Museum.

The Zzyzx Mineral Springs and Healing Center in  Zzyzx, Calif., inspired the Zzyzx Redux curated exhibit at Intersect Palm Springs.

“It has the beginnings of what I want it to have.Building up the community and supporting local galleries, nonprofits and institutions,”Managing Director BeccaHoffman told The Desert Sun during a recent phone interview.

There is something for everyone

The “Good Vibrations” exhibit shows a detailed view of geometric abstraction and its progression through Southern California design. It also includes elements of light and color. Some of the featured artists include Palm Springs artistJim Isermann,Peter Lodato and Yunhee Min, Knowledge Bennett, and many more. LA Weekly Arts Editor Shana Dys Dambrot and Hunter Drohojowska – Philp are the co-curators.

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