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Welcome to our new Chair!

 

Congratulations to Tamara Hedges. At the most recent DENO Board meeting there was a "changing of the guard." Les Wheeler stepped down as the Chairperson, since he and Bob Crebo will be leaving Deepwell soon to move into their condo in Palm Springs. Tamara was appointed to fill the vacancy, and then voted by the Board to fill the Chair position. Tamara has been a DENO Board member previously, serving from 2007 to 2016.  We are delighted that she has decided to return to the Board.

Palm Springs Museum Exhibit: Shaping Vision: Impressionism

 Shaping Vision: Impressionism To Abstract Expressionism

The installation highlights some of the world’s most influential modern and pre-modern artists, including Vincent van GoghWillem de KooningÉdouard ManetJoan Mitchell, and Mark Rothko. These paintings will be accompanied by an exhibition of key works from the museum’s foundational collection of modern abstract artists in Europe and the Americas.



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Palm Springs Museum Exhibit: Brave New Worlds

Brave New Worlds:
Explorations in Space

Motivated by the legacies of Southern California as a place of artistic experimentation, a site for self-fulfillment, and a geographic zone of light and natural resources, these artists use their distinctive spatial languages to construct worlds that both challenge convention and ignite our senses. Projects include those by Kelly AkashiGisela ColonVictoria FuKaren Lofgren, and Adee Roberson, with works that represent each artist’s understanding of our bodily connection to the world that surrounds us.



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Gisela Colon, Untitled (15 Foot Parabolic Monolith Iridium), 2019. Engineered carbon fiber. Gisela Colon, Untitled (15 Foot Parabolic Monolith Iridium), 2019. Engineered carbon fiber.

Brave New Worlds:
Explorations in Space

Motivated by the legacies of Southern California as a place of artistic experimentation, a site for self-fulfillment, and a geographic zone of light and natural resources, these artists use their distinctive spatial languages to construct worlds that both challenge convention and ignite our senses. Projects include those by Kelly AkashiGisela ColonVictoria FuKaren Lofgren, and Adee Roberson, with works that represent each artist’s understanding of our bodily connection to the world that surrounds us.

Each artist approaches three-dimensional space with a bold anti-monumentality that presses against the modernist and predominantly masculine art histories that have established our understanding of 20th and 21st century abstraction. Rooted in a commitment to exploring contemporary ritual and spirit, these five artists embrace a resolutely phenomenological approach to the making of sculptural objects today.

 This installation is organized by Mara Gladstone

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 06.01.19 - 12.15.19 Palm Springs Art Museum - Museum's Grand Galleries
  Reprinted with permission Palm Springs Art Museum

   
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