The public desert art biennial runs from March 12 to May 16 throughout the Coachella Valley.
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A structure made of cements and soil. A word garden. A maze made of rugs woven from palm fibers. A homestead. These are just four of nine installations you can now see at the art biennial Desert X, which opened Friday across the Coachella Valley.
Additionally, a mural by Felipe Baeza and sculptures by Christopher Myers, all in Palm Springs, will be on view April 9. Locations for a live smoke sculpture by feminist artist Judy Chicago and artwork by Oscar Murillo are still to be announced.
The outdoor exhibition runs through May 16. Organizers have said this third edition, curated by Artistic Director Neville Wakefield and co-curator César García-Alvarez, uses the setting of the desert to connect the realities and histories of the Coachella Valley and current events shaping the world.