The Desert Sun’s Brian Blueskye reports that the fourth edition of Desert X, the recurring site-specific, international art exhibition, will be open to the public from March 4 to May 7, 2023. Exhibit locations will be revealed on March 4th. Eleven artists from Europe, North America and South Asia will present poetic and immersive works that span sculpture, painting, writing, architecture, design, film, music, performance and choreography, education, and environmental activism in the exhibition curated by Artistic Director Neville Wakefield and Co-Curator Diana Campbell.

The participating artists are:

·       Rana Begum, b. 1977, Bangladesh, based in London

·       Lauren Bon, b. 1962, USA, based in Los Angeles

·       Gerald Clarke, b. 1967, USA, based in Anza, California

·       Paloma Contreras Lomas, b. 1991, Mexico, based in Mexico City

·       Torkwase Dyson, b. 1973, USA, based in Beacon, New York

·       Mario García Torres, b.1975, Mexico, based in Mexico City

·       Hylozoic/Desires (Himali Singh Soin, b. 1987, India, based in London and Delhi and David Soin

·       Tappeser, b.1985, Germany, based in London and Delhi)

·       Matt Johnson, b. 1978, USA, based in Los Angeles

·       Tschabalala Self, b. 1990, USA, based in New York

·       Marina Tabassum, b. 1968, Bangladesh, based in Dhaka

·       Héctor Zamora, b. 1974, Mexico, based in Mexico City

Desert X is produced by The Desert Biennial, a 501(c)3 charitable organization, conceived to produce recurring international contemporary art exhibitions that activate desert locations through site-specific installations by acclaimed international artists. 

We've included some photos or a few of the art installations from Desert X 2019. 

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