Intersect Palm Springs to feature 50 exhibitors, curated spaces and a sculpture garden

Lorser Feitelson, Space Forms (1953), oil on canvas, 40 x 74 in, 101 x 188 cm. Courtesy of Louis Stern Beaux-Arts.

Intersect Palm Springs, a boutique fair that brings together a dynamic mix of more than 50 emerging and established contemporary and modern art and design galleries, has released its exhibitor list and special exhibitions for the 2022 edition. of the opening night on Thursday February 10 will be followed by general admission from Friday February 11 to Sunday February 13. Works from the fair will also be online on, Intersect’s exclusive online marketplace partner, from February 10 through March. 3, 2022.

Robert Indiana, Love Wall (Red Blue), 1966-2007, polychrome aluminum, 72 x 72 x 20 in, 183 x 183 x 51 cm. Courtesy of Galerie Gmurzynska.

Focus on form: sculpture garden will feature sculpture at the entrance to the Fair, with large-scale works by artists such as Stephanie Bachiero (Peter Blake Gallery), Michael DeJong (New Discretions), Andy Dixon (Over the Influence), Tara de la Garza (bG Gallery), Richard Hudson (Michael Goedhuis), Robert Indiana (Galerie Gmurzynska), Dominique Labauvie (Bleu Acier), Robert Raphael (SITUATIONS), Alex Schweder (Edward Cella Art & Architecture), Jesse Small (Nancy Hoffman Gallery), Julian Voss-Andreae (HOHMANN), and Ben Allanoff, among others.

Becca Hoffman, General Manager of Intersect Palm Springs, said, “We are thrilled to kick off 2022 in person in Palm Springs in February and are thrilled to see the resounding support from our galleries, cultural partners and local communities around the Southern California and Palm Desert. .”

Tim von Gal, CEO of Intersect Art and Design, adds, “Intersect Palm Springs will be a great opportunity to meet in person at one of the most beautiful places in the country. Our hope is to repeat the success we had at Intersect Aspen in 2021, attracting a dedicated group of collectors and art lovers to the Fair.

Yao Jui-chung, Pramuditā-bhūmi: Listen to the Waves, 2020, handmade paper, gold leaf and ink, 30.75 x 77.5 in, 77 x 197 cm. Courtesy of Michael Goedhuis

There will be two curated spaces featured at the fair:

good vibescurated by Shana Nys Dambrot (Arts Editor, LA Weekly) and Hunter Drohojowska-Philp (Author, Rebels in Paradise: The Los Angeles Art Scene and the 1960s), offers an expanded view of geometric abstraction as it evolved in Southern California beginning in the 1950s to include the properties of light and the emotional and transcendent uses of color. Durant Feitelson, Karl Benjamin, John Miller, Peter Lodato, Jim Isermann, Patrick Wilson, Dani Tull, Yunhee Min, Knowledge Bennett and Jen Stark are among the artists to be included in this multi-generational show.

Donald Sultan, Three Poppies, 2020. Serigraph with enamel inks and flocking on Museum Board, 25 x 25 in. ch. 63 x 63 cm each. Edition of 50. Contemporary Yellow.

ZZyzx redux, curated by Bernard Leibov (Director, BoxoPROJECTS), and presented with the support of The Art Collective Fine Art Services, is an exhibition inspired by this remote corner of the Mojave Desert that shows the full cycle of modern southern desert history. from California: Native Trade Route; at the Gold Rush-era Federal Fort; at the railroad outpost; to a highly publicized spa resort; and finally an environmental research station. These cycles have stimulated optimism, creative development and new technologies as well as related aspects of dislocation, exploitation and environmental damage. The exhibition questions the sustainability of the ongoing land rush on the territory through works inspired both by the attractive qualities of the region (light, space, architecture, nature, art of living) and those remembering where history has taken us before.

The exhibition includes works by artists Blake Baxter, Diane Best, Ryan Campbell, Gerald Clarke Jr., Sofia Enriquez, Kim Manfredi, Carlos Ramirez, Cara Romero, Aili Schmeltz, Ryan Schneider, Phillip K. Smith III and Kim Stringfellow.

On Saturday, February 12 at 12 p.m. Pacific, there will be a related panel discussion with artists Gerald Clarke, Carlos Ramirez, and Kim Stringfellow, moderated by Steven Biller (Editor, Palm Springs Life).

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