Vast 'Indian Land' sign draws visitors to Desert X art festival

Palm Springs (United States) (AFP) – The giant, white letters standing astride a California mountainscape look a lot like the Hollywood sign, but their message could hardly be more different — this is “INDIAN LAND.” The monumental work is part of Desert X, which Friday became one of the first large-scale art festivals to reopen in the pandemic, welcoming visitors to outdoor installations scattered across 40 miles (65 kilometers) of the Coachella Valley. Indigenous Alaskan artist Nicholas Galanin placed his project “Never Forget” at the entrance to Palm Springs — a playground getaway long fav…

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