Tom Blachford’s “Midnight Modern IV” at NYC’s Toth Gallery

The final installment of the beloved Palm Springs photographic series

In 2015, architectural photographer and artist Tom Blachford released Midnight Modern in Palm Springs during Modernism Week. For many (our editorial staff included) it was love at first sight. With this photo series, Blachford captured the desert city lit only by the light of the moon—documenting and defying time all at once. Blachford paused the sublime natural world and honed in on its relationship with manmade splendor. Meticulous framing …

Photographer Kate Ballis’ “Hypercolour Fantasy: Infra Realism” at Garis & Hahn

Palm Springs and the Southwest colored with intense neon hues in a new series of images

by Kyle Raymond Fitzpatrick For locals and visitors, much of the appeal of places like Palm Springs and neighboring southwest regions is the beauty—the remoteness, and the subsequent tension between the naturally barren and the highly stylized touch of humans. Photographer Kate Ballis has captured this strikingly in her new body of work, “Infra Realism,” currently on display at LA’s Garis & Hahn in her …

Word of Mouth: Coachella Valley

Beyond music, we explore the stunning natural beauty of a region far greater than just Palm Springs

by Andrew Maness For the uninitiated, everything east of Mt San Jacinto to the northern tip of the Salton Sea is Palm Springs. The globally renowned city is synonymous with the Californian desert lifestyle and as such is regarded as the definitive destination in the region. While Palm Springs is indeed home to many a fine hotel and an ever growing restaurant scene, it is …