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Art and architecture. #palmspringsartmuseum
07/19/2021

Art and architecture. #palmspringsartmuseum

Art and architecture. #palmspringsartmuseum

LANDSCAPES FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARY INGEBRAND-POHLAD //We are honored to present a selection of early 20th-century Ca...
07/17/2021

LANDSCAPES FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARY INGEBRAND-POHLAD //

We are honored to present a selection of early 20th-century California and Southwest desert landscape paintings from the collection of Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad. A trustee of Palm Springs Art Museum, Ingebrand-Pohlad has been collecting art for decades, and this particular group of paintings has grown out of her interest and fascination with deserts, especially the Coachella Valley. This area has drawn artists to seek out and depict the landscape in all of its changing colors and hues, which have been captured in both realistic and impressionistic renderings. The selection includes works by Maynard Dixon, Edgar Alwin Payne, Louise Everett Nimmo, Millard Sheets, and William Wendt, among others.

This season’s exhibitions are sponsored by the Herman & Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation.

This special presentation is organized by Palm Springs Art Museum and curated by Senior Curator Christine Giles

image: Edgar Alwin Payne (American, 1883-1947), Canyon del Mu**to, n.d., oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches. Collection of Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad, L2021.28.4.

LANDSCAPES FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARY INGEBRAND-POHLAD //

We are honored to present a selection of early 20th-century California and Southwest desert landscape paintings from the collection of Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad. A trustee of Palm Springs Art Museum, Ingebrand-Pohlad has been collecting art for decades, and this particular group of paintings has grown out of her interest and fascination with deserts, especially the Coachella Valley. This area has drawn artists to seek out and depict the landscape in all of its changing colors and hues, which have been captured in both realistic and impressionistic renderings. The selection includes works by Maynard Dixon, Edgar Alwin Payne, Louise Everett Nimmo, Millard Sheets, and William Wendt, among others.

This season’s exhibitions are sponsored by the Herman & Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation.

This special presentation is organized by Palm Springs Art Museum and curated by Senior Curator Christine Giles

image: Edgar Alwin Payne (American, 1883-1947), Canyon del Mu**to, n.d., oil on canvas, 20 x 24 inches. Collection of Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad, L2021.28.4.

CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE COLLECTION //To accompany Robert Longo’s exhibition Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder, Pal...
07/16/2021

CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE COLLECTION //

To accompany Robert Longo’s exhibition Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder, Palm Springs Art Museum presents contemporary photography from the collection. These works demonstrate current tendencies in contemporary art including the construction of images (as in the work of Vik Muniz), of identity (as seen in the work of Lorna Simpson), and of the built environment (as found in the image of Thomas Demand). The museum’s rich contemporary photography holdings will be supplemented by a number of key loans.

This season’s exhibitions are sponsored by the Herman & Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation.

Image: Andreas Gursky (German, born 1955), Gelsenkirchen, 1991, chromogenic print on plexi in artist’s frame, edition 1/4, 68 × 81 × 2 inches. Gift from the Collection of Stephen Simoni and John Sacchi, 2016.775.

CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHY FROM THE COLLECTION //

To accompany Robert Longo’s exhibition Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder, Palm Springs Art Museum presents contemporary photography from the collection. These works demonstrate current tendencies in contemporary art including the construction of images (as in the work of Vik Muniz), of identity (as seen in the work of Lorna Simpson), and of the built environment (as found in the image of Thomas Demand). The museum’s rich contemporary photography holdings will be supplemented by a number of key loans.

This season’s exhibitions are sponsored by the Herman & Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation.

Image: Andreas Gursky (German, born 1955), Gelsenkirchen, 1991, chromogenic print on plexi in artist’s frame, edition 1/4, 68 × 81 × 2 inches. Gift from the Collection of Stephen Simoni and John Sacchi, 2016.775.

DESERT TRANSCENDENTALIST // Dusky, ethereal, extra-terrestrial.Celestial, cosmic, atmospheric.Hallucinatory, meta-physic...
07/15/2021

DESERT TRANSCENDENTALIST //

Dusky, ethereal, extra-terrestrial.

Celestial, cosmic, atmospheric.

Hallucinatory, meta-physical, meditative.

All of these adjectives and more could be used to describe Pelton’s “abstractions,” the term she used for her abstract paintings. The pictures have an uncanny quality of invitation. These are scenes which beg to be visited. To bathe in the soft, soothing, restorative light of the places depicted.

Impossible, of course. These worlds are solely the creation of Pelton’s expansive mind.

— Excerpt from @forbes ‘Agnes Pelton Returns to the Desert At Palm Springs Art Museum, written by Chadd Scott

The view looking inside the 80" Great Rhombicosidodecahedron by artist Anthony James is an intense visual experience. Co...
07/13/2021

The view looking inside the 80" Great Rhombicosidodecahedron by artist Anthony James is an intense visual experience. Come see for yourself! #psartmuseum

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FIVE DOLLAR FRIDAYS // On Friday, July 16 through Friday, July 30, Palm Springs Art Museum is offering $5.00 admission t...
07/12/2021

FIVE DOLLAR FRIDAYS // On Friday, July 16 through Friday, July 30, Palm Springs Art Museum is offering $5.00 admission to non-members—all day!

Round up your friends and family, and cool off in our air-conditioned galleries while enjoying our current exhibitions as well as works from our permanent collection.

Reserve your tickets now!
https://www.psmuseum.org/events/five-dollar-fridays

FIVE DOLLAR FRIDAYS // On Friday, July 16 through Friday, July 30, Palm Springs Art Museum is offering $5.00 admission to non-members—all day!

Round up your friends and family, and cool off in our air-conditioned galleries while enjoying our current exhibitions as well as works from our permanent collection.

Reserve your tickets now!
https://www.psmuseum.org/events/five-dollar-fridays

Reserve your ticket for Robert Longo’s Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder at Palm Springs Art Museum!shown: “Untitled” (Icebe...
07/10/2021

Reserve your ticket for Robert Longo’s Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder at Palm Springs Art Museum!

shown: “Untitled” (Iceberg for Greta)
p | @michaelhinkle

Reserve your ticket for Robert Longo’s Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder at Palm Springs Art Museum!

shown: “Untitled” (Iceberg for Greta)
p | @michaelhinkle

FREE THURSDAY NIGHTS is here; join us from 5-7PM! #artforall
07/08/2021

FREE THURSDAY NIGHTS is here; join us from 5-7PM! #artforall

FREE THURSDAY NIGHTS is here; join us from 5-7PM! #artforall

MATCHING GIFT CHALLEGE 2021 // While Palm Springs Art Museum was closed during the recent pandemic, the museum’s staff r...
07/07/2021

MATCHING GIFT CHALLEGE 2021 // While Palm Springs Art Museum was closed during the recent pandemic, the museum’s staff remained committed to providing our community with art, intellectually stimulating ideas, and thought-provoking content, through our digital communications, website, and social media platforms.

Now that we have reopened, we are excited to once again be able to share the power of art with you and our family of supporters through our galleries and programming.

As the museum slowly emerges from the financial difficulties caused by the lengthy closure, we ask you to support your museum by participating in our $135,000 Matching Gift Challenge. By making a contribution now, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar, doubling your impact! Most importantly, your support will help ensure that the museum’s extraordinary collection remains accessible to our community.

CLICK HERE TO DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT: https://www.psmuseum.org/join-give/donate/matching-gift?mc_cid=ec8ca3593d&mc_eid=8525f11569

This year’s Matching Gift Challenge is generously funded by:

Steven A. Brown & Richard M. Cain
Geoffrey De Sousa & Jose M. Alorda
Carol & Jim Egan
Jane Emison & Mike Tierney
Kathy & Bob Jaunich
Rosanne Kumins
John P. Monahan
Barry W. Morse, MD & Mrs. Candice Connell Morse
Dorothey D. Reed
Kathy & Jim Simpson
Phyllis & Gary Schahet
Roswitha Kima Smale

By participating in this Matching Gift Challenge, you help to:

• Ensure that the museum is a place where art, ideas, and community come together
to engage our minds and lift our spirits

• Maintain and make accessible an extraordinary permanent collection of over
12,000 artworks

• Create new art programming that is shared with the public, community partners,
and students and teachers across the Coachella Valley

• Maintain and preserve three significant midcentury architectural buildings that
are iconic to Palm Springs

Thank you for you continued support of Palm Springs Art Museum!

MATCHING GIFT CHALLEGE 2021 // While Palm Springs Art Museum was closed during the recent pandemic, the museum’s staff remained committed to providing our community with art, intellectually stimulating ideas, and thought-provoking content, through our digital communications, website, and social media platforms.

Now that we have reopened, we are excited to once again be able to share the power of art with you and our family of supporters through our galleries and programming.

As the museum slowly emerges from the financial difficulties caused by the lengthy closure, we ask you to support your museum by participating in our $135,000 Matching Gift Challenge. By making a contribution now, your gift will be matched dollar for dollar, doubling your impact! Most importantly, your support will help ensure that the museum’s extraordinary collection remains accessible to our community.

CLICK HERE TO DOUBLE YOUR IMPACT: https://www.psmuseum.org/join-give/donate/matching-gift?mc_cid=ec8ca3593d&mc_eid=8525f11569

This year’s Matching Gift Challenge is generously funded by:

Steven A. Brown & Richard M. Cain
Geoffrey De Sousa & Jose M. Alorda
Carol & Jim Egan
Jane Emison & Mike Tierney
Kathy & Bob Jaunich
Rosanne Kumins
John P. Monahan
Barry W. Morse, MD & Mrs. Candice Connell Morse
Dorothey D. Reed
Kathy & Jim Simpson
Phyllis & Gary Schahet
Roswitha Kima Smale

By participating in this Matching Gift Challenge, you help to:

• Ensure that the museum is a place where art, ideas, and community come together
to engage our minds and lift our spirits

• Maintain and make accessible an extraordinary permanent collection of over
12,000 artworks

• Create new art programming that is shared with the public, community partners,
and students and teachers across the Coachella Valley

• Maintain and preserve three significant midcentury architectural buildings that
are iconic to Palm Springs

Thank you for you continued support of Palm Springs Art Museum!

Wonderful photos of Frey House LL taken x @elizabethcarababas during a recent visit.
07/06/2021

Wonderful photos of Frey House LL taken x @elizabethcarababas during a recent visit.

Wishing all of you a Happy Independence Day! We hope you’ll join us soon to enjoy the new exhibition, Storm of Hope: Law...
07/04/2021

Wishing all of you a Happy Independence Day! We hope you’ll join us soon to enjoy the new exhibition, Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder from Robert Longo.

p | @topshelv

Wishing all of you a Happy Independence Day! We hope you’ll join us soon to enjoy the new exhibition, Storm of Hope: Law & Disorder from Robert Longo.

p | @topshelv

Please note, the Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed Sunday, July 4th, 2021. Have a great holiday weekend! 🇺🇸p | @gon...
07/03/2021

Please note, the Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed Sunday, July 4th, 2021. Have a great holiday weekend! 🇺🇸

p | @gone_rogue

Please note, the Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed Sunday, July 4th, 2021. Have a great holiday weekend! 🇺🇸

p | @gone_rogue

FIVE-DOLLAR FRIDAYS IN JULY!On Friday, July 16 through Friday, July 30, Palm Springs Art Museum is offering $5.00 admiss...
07/02/2021

FIVE-DOLLAR FRIDAYS IN JULY!
On Friday, July 16 through Friday, July 30, Palm Springs Art Museum is offering $5.00 admission to non-members—all day! Round up your friends and family, and cool off in our air-conditioned galleries while enjoying our current exhibitions as well as works from our permanent collection.

p | @thic.honey

FIVE-DOLLAR FRIDAYS IN JULY!
On Friday, July 16 through Friday, July 30, Palm Springs Art Museum is offering $5.00 admission to non-members—all day! Round up your friends and family, and cool off in our air-conditioned galleries while enjoying our current exhibitions as well as works from our permanent collection.

p | @thic.honey

Wonderful guest capture x @_photofrenzi.
06/30/2021

Wonderful guest capture x @_photofrenzi.

Wonderful guest capture x @_photofrenzi.

Robert Longo’s STORM OF HOPE: LAW & DISORDER opens today, June 26! The exhibition includes seven monumental-scale charco...
06/26/2021

Robert Longo’s STORM OF HOPE: LAW & DISORDER opens today, June 26! The exhibition includes seven monumental-scale charcoal drawings chronicling our time through critical, social, and political subjects.

This exhibition is organized by Chief Curator Rochelle Steiner. Support is provided by Steven A. Brown & Richard M. Cain, Diane Klein & Veronica M. Fernandez, and Roswitha Kima Smale. Additional support is provided by Metro Pictures, New York, and Jeffrey Deitch. In-kind support provided by The Art Collective. This season’s exhibitions are sponsored by the Herman & Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation.

Robert Longo, Untitled (Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue Removal; Memphis, 2017), 2018, charcoal on mounted paper, 77 1/8 x 127 1/8 inches (framed). Courtesy of the artist; Metro Pictures, New York; Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles; and Pace Gallery.

Robert Longo’s STORM OF HOPE: LAW & DISORDER opens today, June 26! The exhibition includes seven monumental-scale charcoal drawings chronicling our time through critical, social, and political subjects.

This exhibition is organized by Chief Curator Rochelle Steiner. Support is provided by Steven A. Brown & Richard M. Cain, Diane Klein & Veronica M. Fernandez, and Roswitha Kima Smale. Additional support is provided by Metro Pictures, New York, and Jeffrey Deitch. In-kind support provided by The Art Collective. This season’s exhibitions are sponsored by the Herman & Faye Sarkowsky Charitable Foundation.

Robert Longo, Untitled (Nathan Bedford Forrest Statue Removal; Memphis, 2017), 2018, charcoal on mounted paper, 77 1/8 x 127 1/8 inches (framed). Courtesy of the artist; Metro Pictures, New York; Jeffrey Deitch, Los Angeles; and Pace Gallery.

A wonderful piece on Adam Lerner, the Museum’s new JoAnn McGrath Executive Director/CEO! Thank you, Palm Springs Life!
06/25/2021
‘I’m the Person Who Can Do That’

A wonderful piece on Adam Lerner, the Museum’s new JoAnn McGrath Executive Director/CEO! Thank you, Palm Springs Life!

A refreshing optimism is coursing through the Palm Springs Art Museum after selecting Adam Lerner as the new CEO and executive director…

Exciting news! Adam Lerner has been named our new JoAnn McGrath Executive Director/CEO. Adam previously headed up the Mu...
06/23/2021

Exciting news! Adam Lerner has been named our new JoAnn McGrath Executive Director/CEO. Adam previously headed up the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver) from 2009-2019, and will begin his new position at Palm Springs Art Museum on July 15.

“I’m honored to take the helm of Palm Springs Art Museum as the institution and the region are both on course for tremendous growth,” Adam says.

“I am looking forward to building on the success of my predecessors, and cultivating a dynamic and inclusive institution that is relevant not only to the art world but also to everyone who lives in the Coachella Valley.”

Exciting news! Adam Lerner has been named our new JoAnn McGrath Executive Director/CEO. Adam previously headed up the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver (MCA Denver) from 2009-2019, and will begin his new position at Palm Springs Art Museum on July 15.

“I’m honored to take the helm of Palm Springs Art Museum as the institution and the region are both on course for tremendous growth,” Adam says.

“I am looking forward to building on the success of my predecessors, and cultivating a dynamic and inclusive institution that is relevant not only to the art world but also to everyone who lives in the Coachella Valley.”

It’s always worth a closer look!Kim Tschang-Yeul, Waterdrop Series (ENS 208), 1979p | @evolove_jmyeong
06/22/2021

It’s always worth a closer look!
Kim Tschang-Yeul, Waterdrop Series (ENS 208), 1979

p | @evolove_jmyeong

In recognition of Juneteenth, Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed on Saturday, June 19.Persimmon Bistro & Wine Bar wi...
06/18/2021

In recognition of Juneteenth, Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed on Saturday, June 19.

Persimmon Bistro & Wine Bar will be open on Saturday, June 19 from
11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

p | @the_rohan_kelkar

In recognition of Juneteenth, Palm Springs Art Museum will be closed on Saturday, June 19.

Persimmon Bistro & Wine Bar will be open on Saturday, June 19 from
11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

p | @the_rohan_kelkar

Coming to Palm Springs Art Museum on July 15, 2021!CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPES FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARY INGEBRAND-POHLAD  W...
06/17/2021

Coming to Palm Springs Art Museum on July 15, 2021!

CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPES FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARY INGEBRAND-POHLAD

We are honored to present a selection of early 20th-century California desert landscape paintings from the collection of Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad. A trustee of Palm Springs Art Museum, Ingebrand-Pohlad has been collecting art for decades, and this particular group of paintings has grown out of her interest and fascination with the Coachella Valley. This area has drawn artists to seek out and depict the landscape in all of its changing colors and hues, which has been captured in both realistic and impressionistic renderings. The selection includes works by Maynard Dixon, Edgar Alwin Payne, Louise Everett Nimmo, Millard Sheets, and William Wendt, among others.

Coming to Palm Springs Art Museum on July 15, 2021!

CALIFORNIA LANDSCAPES FROM THE COLLECTION OF MARY INGEBRAND-POHLAD

We are honored to present a selection of early 20th-century California desert landscape paintings from the collection of Mary Ingebrand-Pohlad. A trustee of Palm Springs Art Museum, Ingebrand-Pohlad has been collecting art for decades, and this particular group of paintings has grown out of her interest and fascination with the Coachella Valley. This area has drawn artists to seek out and depict the landscape in all of its changing colors and hues, which has been captured in both realistic and impressionistic renderings. The selection includes works by Maynard Dixon, Edgar Alwin Payne, Louise Everett Nimmo, Millard Sheets, and William Wendt, among others.

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