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Hugh Kaptur: Organic Desert Architecture - February 2-July 7, 2019

PSPF was proud to be the Lead Sponsor of the Palm Springs Art Museum Architecture and Design Center's exhibition on the work of talented local modernist architect Hugh Michael Kaptur. This was the first museum exhibition of Kaptur's work and included architectural drawings, models, slides, and other materials gifted to the museum by Kaptur in 2015. As part of PSPF's sponsorship, PSPF underwrote free admission to the exhibition for more than 3,000 appreciative visitors over the course of Modernism Week in February 2019.

On May 23, 2019 PSPF was informed that the Kaptur exhibition would be extended to July 7, 2019 (from the originally scheduled June 17, 2019 closing date). According to museum officials the decision was made because they "have had such a great response and attendance has been very consistent."

In the Media

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  Jun-Sep 2019 Palm Springs Art Museum Insight ("Spring Highlights")
  Spring 2019, Palm Springs Art Museum Insight ("Hugh Kaptur: Organic Desert Architecture")
  February 14-24, 2019, ModernismWeek.com ("Hugh Kaptur: Organic Desert Architecture")
  February 14-24, 2019, Modernism Week Program ("Hugh Kaptur: Organic Desert Architecture")
  January 16, 2019, Palm Springs Art Museum Insiders' View ("Hugh Kaptur: Organic Desert Architecture")
  January 2019, Palm Springs Art Museum The Fold ("Organic Desert Architecture")
  November 2018, Palm Springs Life ("California Dreamin")
Kaptur Exhibition

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