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Coachella Valley’s ‘Desert X’ Indefinitely Postponed

Coachella Valley’s ‘Desert X’ Indefinitely Postponed

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The Desert X Board in consultation with its team and members of the Coachella Valley community has decided that, In light of the urgent health crisis and surge in cases of COVID-19, the only responsible way forward to protect our community, health care system, artists, visitors and all those who volunteer and contribute to the exhibition, is to wait until we are out of the lockdown period before opening to the public.

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The artists’ projects are ready, and the Desert X team and board will identify a new opening date as soon as we believe we can safely do so. #desertx2021

Photo: Sterling Ruby – ‘Specter’ Courtesy of © Desert Biennial 2019

Over 200,000 people ventured to Palm Springs to see the inaugural Desert X art event in 2017 – a biennial that surprised the world with its mirage-like installations that seemed to appear overnight.

Desert X 2019, Palm Desert, California

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