Palm Springs Art Museum
Palm Desert
Edwards Harris Center
January 20th – May 28th, 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum, Clayes III Wing
In tandem with the exhibition Andy Warhol: Prints from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation, the museum will present a new exhibition of work by Michael Childers. During the 1970s, Childers was a photographer for Andy Warhols’ Interview Magazine, giving him access to the artist and his famous New York studio, The Factory. Childers’ photographs of Warhol from the 1970s use subtle strategies of gesture, props, and doubling devises to go beyond the inscrutable icon that the artist cultivated, bringing to light his complicated personality below the surface persona. 
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February 3rd – July 9th, 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center

In Conversation: Alma Allen and J.B. Blunk stages an encounter between two people who never met but whose work shares a deep affinity. The work of Alma Allen and J.B. Blunk blurs the line between design and sculpture, with both men creating evocative organic work from natural materials.  

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March 3rd – May 28th, 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum, Annenberg Wing and Clayes III Wing
Andy Warhol harnessed the power of celebrity, consumer goods, sex, and disaster to create his iconic Pop Art—and the foundation of his extraordinary career was in printmaking. {loadmodule mod_widgetkit,Warhol}
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March 17th – November 25th, 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert, The Galen
 
Journey Through The Desert – The Road Less Traveled features work by approximately 20 American photographers – beginning with an expansive presentation on the photographic archive of Stephen H. Willard who captured the spiritual and natural beauty of the desert in the early part of the 20th century. 
 
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March 24th – November 4th, 2018
Palm Springs Art Museum, Kaplan-Ostergaard Glass Center

 

People have used depictions of the human form or parts of it, from the hand stencils found in cave paintings to the selfies of today, to tell stories, to communicate, and/or share a narrative.  Likewise, many artists working in glass have used the human form to share their individual story telling.

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