Crossing Palm Springs will bring together a dynamic mix of over 50 emerging and established contemporary and modern art and design galleries, beginning with an opening night preview on February 10 and followed by general admission February 11-13 at The Palm Springs Convention Center.
Focus on form: sculpture garden will focus on sculpture at the entrance to the fair, with large-scale works by artists such as Stephanie Bachiero (Peter Blake Gallery), Michael DeJong (New Discretions), Andy Dixon (Over the Influence), Tara de la Garza ( bG Gallery), Richard Hudson (Michael Goedhuis), Robert Indiana (Galerie Gmurzynska), Dominique Labauvie (Bleu Acier), Robert Raphael (Situations), Alex Schweder (Edward Cella Art & Architecture), Jesse Small (Nancy Hoffman Gallery), Julian Voss-Andreae (Hohmann) and Ben Allanoff, among others.
“Intersect Palm Springs will be a great opportunity to get together in person at one of the most beautiful places in the country,” said Tim von Gal, CEO of Intersect Art and Design. “Our hope is to repeat the success we had at Intersect Aspen in 2021, attracting a dedicated group of collectors and art lovers to the fair.”
There will be two curated spaces featured at the fair: