Kate Ballis, ‘2350’ (detail), 2018. Archival pigment print on cotton rag, 78 x 119 cm. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Lost in Palm Springs

M&G QLD is working towards a new touring exhibition, Lost in Palm Springs, curated by respected artist and writer Dr Greer Honeywill.

About the exhibition

Lost in Palm Springs is proudly presented by M&G QLD and in partnership with HOTA, Home of the Arts, Gold Coast. It is an interdisciplinary exhibition bringing together fourteen creative minds – including internationally recognised artists, photographers and thinkers from America and Australia – who respond to, capture, or reimagine the magical qualities of the awe-inspiring mountainous landscape and the celebrated mid-century modern architecture found in the desert city.

Connections between Palm Springs and Australia are remarkably strong, particularly when viewed through the lens of the current renaissance of interest in modernist architecture. Almost half of the exhibitors have worked on both sides of the Pacific.


Kate Ballis (AUS), Tom Blachford (AUS), Darren Bradley (USA), Anna Carey (AUS), Sam Cranstoun (AUS), Paul Davies (AUS), Rosi Griffin (AUS), Jim Isermann (USA), Troy Kudlac (USA), Lance O’Donnell (USA), Kim Stringfellow (USA), Vicki Stavrou (AUS), Robyn Sweaney (AUS), Gosia Wlodarczak (AUS).

Tour dates

Available Soon


Exhibition Development & Touring

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Paul Davies, 'Built Landscape III', vinyl acrylic copolymer on canvas
Paul Davies, Built Landscape III (detail), 2015. Vinyl acrylic copolymer on canvas, 180 x 147 cm. Photo courtesy of the artist.
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