Cynthia Lahti receives Twenty-fourth Annual Bonnie Bronson Fellowship Award...Read more
"E.O. Hoppé: Studio, Society, and Street Photography, 1909–1945" February 17 through May 10, 2015 /// Symposium on E.O. Hoppé, portraiture, modernist literature, the cultural politics of dance, and the birth of fashion photography. /// Saturday, February 28, 11:00 am–3:00 p.m. Psychology room 105 /// Speakers: Maria DiBattista, Professor of English, Princeton University; Storm Tharp, artist; Kohle Yohannan, cultural historian and curator; and Rishona Zimring, Professor of English, Lewis & Clark College...Read more
One of the pleasures of viewing an emerging artist’s first solo show is witnessing the explosion of pent-up pictorial ideas finding fevered expression...Read more
The Department of State's Office of Art in Embassies (AIE) and U.S. Embassy Ottawa are pleased to announce the launch of the Contemporary Conversations series...Read more
It’s heartening when an established blue-chip gallery such as PDX Contemporary takes on an artist for his first-ever gallery show...Read more
Please join U.S. Ambassador Bruce Heyman and Vicki Heyman, in partnership with the National Gallery of Canada and the Art in Embassies program, for the premiere lecture of the Contemporary Conversations series. RSVP information after the jump...Read more
Heather Watkins is featured in "The Soul Selects her own Society: Women Artists from the Miller Meigs Collection" curated by Stephanie Snyder...Read more
There's a strong footing in abstract painting and early conceptual art in Subtitles—Lawrence Weiner, in particular, comes to mind. Sometimes you see the wood grain in the prints, and sometimes they're pitch-black...Read more
At the heart of Seattle-based artist Victoria Haven’s installation of her “Subtitles” series from 2014 is an intuitive investigation of two linguistic forms...Read more
Frequent collaborators Ellen George and Jerry Mayer have done it again...Read more
This month Ellen George & Jerry Mayer are exhibiting in Nine Gallery with an installation titled LONG TONE...Read more
This year's National Exhibition #7 titled "Antillean: an Ecology" supports the work of 47 visual artists and five pedagogues, and challenges Bahamian practitioners to respond broadly to the dynamics of race and class, issues that undoubtedly transcend fixed geographical and cultural boundaries. The platform has been generated to showcase how these important cultural signifiers have come to shape the collective consciousness of a post independent Bahamas...Read more
Miami Art Week: Pacific Northwest galleries showcase artists to the world - In one whirlwind Miami Art Week, Pacific Northwest galleries can show off their artists' works to thousands of potential buyers, from first-timers on a budget to the world's deep-pocket collectors as well as museum curators...Read more
This Week’s Triptych Artist: D.E. MayRead more
D.E. May "Half Distance" @ LAXARTRead more
And in the rhapsodic print Occultation, a panoply of burning candles, wrapped in twine, seems to float in midair. Like many of the images in this show, it’s menacing, beautiful, and more than a little uncanny...Read more
PDX Contemporary Art is pleased to announce D.E. May's solo exhibition at LAXART curated by George Baker. November 8th - December 13th. Opening Reception, Saturday, November 8, 6-8pm.
Actress Bitsie Tulloch studied Fine Arts and Literature at Harvard. In an interview with Answers.com Bitsie talks about her enthusiasm about lending her work by D.E.May to Dan's solo exhibition at LAXART.......................................................................................................................................................................
"What would you be doing if you weren't an actress?
I would have gotten my MFA and been a curator. I love art and collecting it. I'm really excited right now because one of my Dan May pieces is going to be in an upcoming exhibit in Los Angeles at LAX art gallery - that's the first time I've been able to loan a work :)"
"Tharp's fluid and loopy portraits in gouache and ink, which were featured in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, are gone, replaced by portraits and object studies, several in oils, that emphasize more earth-bound depictions of his subjects. This shift plays to his strengths, making "Tiger," which contains some truly exceptional compositions, the most effortless and natural body of work Tharp has shown in Portland." ...Read more
Traveling exhibition “We Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live” featuring Hallie Ford Fellows (including PDX artists Cynthia Lahti and D.E. May) opens for the final time tonight at the East Oregonian Gallery at Pendleton Center for the Arts...Read more