DANCE WITH INGRES.
Jean Auguste INGRES 1780-1867 French artist.
Everyday upon entering my studio they are there; Jean Auguste sits at my desk with the others: Goya, Cranach, El Greco, Delacroix, Piero della Francesca, Fra Angelico, Paolo Ucello etc... They are all there, smiling,...Read more
PDX Contemporary's March show is devoted to Wes Mills' elegant works on paper . . .Read more
Victoria Haven's "Blue Sun" named one of 2017's best works by Crosscut...Read more
"Having thus poured forth my prayer and given an account of my bitter sufferings, I drowsed and fell asleep on the same sand-couch as before. But scarcely had I closed my eyes before a god-like face emerged from the midst of the sea with lineaments that gods themselves would revere. Then...Read more
Mary Henry at Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, IDRead more
Congratulations to Storm Tharp for his inclusion in the 2010 Whitney Biennial, opening this week. CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATIONRead more
"The Oregon Arts Commission and Oregon State Capitol Announce the Acquistion of James Lavadour's Flag 2 "RECEPTION NOON MONDAY FEB. 14, 2011 AT THE OREGON STATE CAPITOL. CLICK IMAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION.Read more
Open one weekend only! Friday August 12th - Sunday August 14th. Click on image for more info.Read more
Adam Sorensen has the cover - and a feature article about his show at The Portland Art Museum's APEX which runs from Sept 3rd- Jan1. Congratulations Adam!
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Arnold Kemp and Anna Gray + Ryan Wilson Paulsen are exhibiting at Disjecta as part of Portland 2012: A Biennial of Contemporary ArtRead more
Tony Labat & Tad Savinar: Nice to Meet You
This exhibition combines the works of Tony Labat and Tad Savinar, two influential West Coast conceptualists who explore the personal and the socio-political in drawing, sculpture, video, printmaking, and performance. The title, Nice to Meet You, acknowledges the fact that until this pairing was planned, the artists had never met, and it affirms that both men are interested in reaching audiences in accessible and often humorous ways. It is the combination of a seemingly straightforward approach combined with analyzed anger and astute irony that gives their work its power..........http://www.thecontemporary.org/exhibitions/tony-labat-tad-savinar-nice-t... ON IMAGE FOR MORE INFORMATIONRead more
Twenty years ago, in Tokyo, I stepped into a freshly cut, monumental bamboo installation created by Hiroshi Teshigahara. In that moment I experienced a palpable elevation, the sense of deep order and connection present in a sanctuary or sacred place. Since then bamboo has enchanted me, as it has...Read more
No exhibition can better be described by the phrase “you had to be there.” . . .Read more
Susie J. Lee and her project, Siren, have been selected as an entrepreneur in residence at the New Museum's NEW INC program in New York City for the 2016-2017 season! ...Read more
youniverse—past, present, future: Selected Works by Tad Savinar From Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation January 17—March 5, 2017Read more
Marie Watt named as a 2017 Hallie Ford Fellow...Read more
Jeffery Mitchell will be exhibiting new works in BC to BC, a survey of contemporary ceramics from Baja California to British Columbia at the San Diego Art Institute...Read more
“I participated in a New Age Package trip with a group called Mantra. Their goal with this trip to the countryside was to sight UFO's and open a specific energy gate called 11/11. I asked them if I could film the experience and announced to them that I was going to travel with...Read more
OPENING THURSDAY OCTOBER 7th, 6 to 8. October 7th - November 2nd.
Forget Me Not is a Reading Frenzy tradition and this year we're pleased to present the biggest one ever! Nearly two dozen local artists (and one from the UK!) who have created work honoring a dearly departed person, place or thing.
Join us for the first Thursday reception or come visit us any time in October. You're also invited to bring small items (photos, artwork, tchotchkes, etc.) that represent your dearly departed to contribute to a public shrine.Read more
“The effects of creasing and crumpling cannot be reversed. Every gesture is a permanent and evident record, and makes visible an indelible history.” -- Ellen George & Jerry Mayer
January 5 – January 29, 2012
Nine Gallery (inside Blue Sky Gallery)
12:00 – 5:00pm, Tuesday - Sunday
122 NW 8th
Portland OR 97209......
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Vanessa Renwick, founder of the Oregon Department of Kick Ass, will be presenting two shows of her films "Portrait #1 Cascadia Terminal" and "Medusa Smack" with musician Tara Jane ONeil playing the score live at the Centre Pompidou in Paris and Centre Pompidou/Metz. She also will screen a selection of films that she curated of contemporary Portland artists, as well as a curation of her own short films.
From the 19th to the 29th April 2012, at La Gaîté Lyrique and the Centre Pompidou in Paris, the Centre Pompidou-Metz and Le Lieu Unique in Nantes.
PDX Contemporary were our art fair neighbors all weekend...Read more
January 19th - April 7th 2013
"Third Person" a solo exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Storm Tharp will be in both the renown museum building designed by I. M. Pei as well as the new Milstein Hall, designed by Rem Koolhaas.....CLICK ON IMAGE FOR MORE INFORMATION
22 January – 12 March 2016 - Athanasios Argianas, Ceal Floyer, Monika Grzymala, Victoria Haven, Susan Hiller, Sol LeWitt, Richard Long, Tom Marioni, Jonathan Monk, Julian Opie, Florian Pumhösl, Fred Sandback, Maximilian Schubert, K. Yoland and Jorinde Voigt ...Read more
"Morphologies" at c3: Initiative MARCH 31 - MAY 5.......................................Work from 2017 c3: Papermaking Residency artists Mary Campbell, Brenda Mallory, Benjamin Mefford and Jenene Nagy. Culminating from their experiences in the Pulp & Deckle studio, each artist utilized handmade paper as a primary medium to create new works that present ideas central to their art practice...Read more