Palm Springs / Modernism Week

Richard Neutra Kaufmann house.

For the second year in a row, Funkis has set up shop at the Palm Canyon Galleria for the entire month of February.
Ken has the good classic modern stuff.

These Otto Kolb lamps don't show up very often.

This fiber and metal sculpture is insane. 
You still have a week to visit Funkis. 

Peter Voulkos fat head stack pot.
This was at the The Palm Springs Fine Art Fair.   

George Rickey at the The Palm Springs Fine Art Fair.  
There was also one at the Modernism show, but that's a story for another day.
This booth also had a $16 million dollar Jackson Pollock drip painting on opening night. 

These things are freaky real.

Really freaky

The Taliesin booth at the Modernism show had models of the structures built by architecture students. 
They actually live in them while studying at Taliesin. This particular structure is by John Lautner. 
I asked if Paolo Soleri built one and they told me he got kicked out of Taliesin too fast.

Speaking of Wright, the Oasis Tower, on Palm Canyon in downtown Palm Springs, was by his son, Lloyd Wright.  
I wish more cities used this sort of projection for architectural sites.

1972 BMW 2002 tii

Lamborghini Espada. 
Hey, is that Massaki from California Chair?