Lost in Palm Springs is an interdisciplinary exhibition bringing together 14 creative minds – including internationally recognised artists, photographers and thinkers from America and Australia – who respond to, capture, or reimagine the magical qualities of the landscape and the celebrated mid-century modern architecture found in the desert city.
Connections between Palm Springs and Australia are remarkably strong, particularly when viewed through the lens of the current renaissance of interest in modernist architecture. Place and home, desert atmospheres, landscapes (real and imagined), and Bauhaus sensibilities inform the works.
The exhibiting artists are Kate Ballis (AUS), Tom Blachford (AUS), Darren Bradley (USA), Anna Carey (AUS), Sam Cranstoun (AUS), Paul Davies (AUS), Rosi Griffin (AUS), Jim Isermann (USA), Troy Kudlac (USA), Lance O’Donnell (USA), Kim Stringfellow (USA), Vicki Stavrou (AUS), Robyn Sweaney (AUS), Gosia Wlodarczak (AUS).
Curated by Dr Greer Honeywill, Lost in Palm Springs is a national touring exhibition presented by HOTA, Home of the Arts in partnership with Museums & Galleries Queensland. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government’s Visions of Australia program and is supported by International Art Services.
This exhibition is supported by Sydney Festival
Talks and Events
|Opening event||8 Dec 2023 RSVP|
|Friends of MAG&M & Volunteer preview||8 Dec 2023 RSVP|
|Lost in Palm Springs: Curator's Talk||9 Dec 2023 RSVP|
|ICONIC: Lost in Palm Springs||18 Jan 2024 RSVP|
|Workshop: Urban Fabric with Rosi Griffin||13 Feb 2024 RSVP|