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14 June

In the desert: the best of monumental contemporary art

 

Every couple of years, the Desert X project takes over a Californian valley with star monumental installations of contemporary art. Works by Sterling Ruby or Superflex embrace nature to better celebrate it.

By The editorial team

View of the Desert X installation, “Mirage” (2017) by Doug Aitken
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View of the Desert X installation by Jennifer Bolande
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View of the Desert X installation, “Western Flag” (Spindletop, Texas) [2017-2019] by John Gerrard
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View of the Desert X installation, “Lover’s Rainbow” (2019) by Pia Camil
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View of the Desert X installation, “Specter” (2019) by Sterling Ruby
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View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
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View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
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View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
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View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
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View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
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View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
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View of the Desert X installation, “Mirage” (2017) by Doug Aitken
View of the Desert X installation by Jennifer Bolande
View of the Desert X installation, “Western Flag” (Spindletop, Texas) [2017-2019] by John Gerrard
View of the Desert X installation, “Lover’s Rainbow” (2019) by Pia Camil
View of the Desert X installation, “Specter” (2019) by Sterling Ruby
View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex
View of the Desert X installation, “Dive-in” (2019) by Superflex

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