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Tablet has a very interesting article on cultural appropriation that everyone in creative fields can take something from. At a certain point culture cannot be a proprietary exercise... do I find the PSU Vikings mas

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As PORT readers already know Indivisible is one of the most interesting alternative spaces in Portland a

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It is with a heavy heart to report that Portland has lost one of its finest citizen's, Carol Yarrow. A prodigious and talented photographer who focused on the humanity of her subjects, she will

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Shocking news today that Marylhurst University's board h

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The new chief curator for The Henry Gallery is Shamim M. Momin of LAND and before that co curator of the 2004 and 2008 Whitney Biennials. A great hire since the Henry hasnt been the same since the El

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The weather is finally fantastic and there are a lot of thesis shows from new grads. Here are some adventures to have: Every year my favorite thesis show seems to be the OCAC BFA offering.

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DACA Lounge: A Dream Sanctuary at Archer Gallery (photos Jeff Jahn) Immigration policies for the United States of America have always been an impromptu patchwork

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Spring is in full effect and the weather is sublime, time to emerge from your homes and catch important shows to ponder. Dont miss them. Bespoke Bodies at PNCA ends soon I'd

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The Turner Prize list is out and one of the artists doesnt even consider themselves an artist. The age of the un-artist begins. The

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the new "Crimson Cube" at WSU (photo Bob Hubner) A little over a week ago I was fortunate to catch the opening of the new Jordan Schnit

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Art people make the art world turn. Here are some to consider: The new Director of the Met is Max Hollein. This isnt a surprise and it is a rare thing to not promote from within but it really had to h

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Amid complexities of gentrification LA's 356 Mission will leave its space. This is no surprise but it shows how the art and real estate market can undermine contemporary art's

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Spring in Portland is incredibly dramatic and the latest exhibition Hanakago: The Art of Bamboo and Flowers at Portland's Japanese Garden is the perfect instrument to sharpen ones senses and appreciation for the season as life awake

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Louise Bourgoise at Pendelton Art Center One of the best shows to see in the Pacific Northwest at the moment is the surprise appearance of Louise Bourgoise's work in the small western town

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I'm polishing off a very long review of one of the best exhibitions in recent Portland Memory. (Portland memory as a term... hmmm) Till then here are some links in an eventful week. The d

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Internet artists infiltrate MoMA with a virtual reality exhibition among the Jackson Pollocks. Is virtual reality infiltration the new drip technique? nah... but it furthers the position of

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Ma'at Mons (inallation view at PDX Contemporary After the 2016 presidential election the constant stream of intolerance and hate has made it difficult for many artists to produce work (and

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To describe 2017 as the most intense of years does not begin to do it justice. It was a year of upheavals... and the death and births of many things (my father and many others included). 2017 was also the year I logged the largest # of travel miles (all without leaving the USA or even visiting the East Coast from my Wes

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Jerry Saltz skewers the "woke" biennial. I agree with all of this (and am preparing a response, curatorially). To cut the bull... liberal elites still are smelling their own curatorial farts and the more radical seg

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Joshua W. Smith at PCC's Northview Gallery I've always liked Joshua W. Smith's work as one of the

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Barely There, Joel W. Fisher I like how Lewis and Clark College doesn't just do some faceless group annual faculty exhibition. Instead, it puts a dual show and this ye

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The Ellsworth Kelly Chapel is nearly complete... but it is silly to think of this as some sort of transcendence competition with Houston's Rothko Chapel. I love both artists and in man

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For my money the real super bowl this weekend is the Hanakago (flower basket) exhibition at the Por

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Robert Frank (installation view) at Bluesky He's ultra influential and considered by many to be one of the father's of street photography but Robert Frank's work is rarely seen

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Andrew Wyeth, On The Edge (2001) This weekend is your last chance to catch The Wyeths: Three

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Earlier today, Nick Fish and the Portland City Council unveiled its preliminary working report on what the city could do to preserve and expand, "Affordable Arts Space in Portland," you can read it here. First of all, we've been calling for ma

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Robert Frank, Santa Fe - New Mexico, from the book The Americans He's ultra influential and considered by many to be one of the father's of street photography but Robert Fr

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It is an annual tradition but XChurch's experimental NTVTY, a pan-media-dimensional holiday happening will have it's 8th and last iteration at this tiny church th

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Forecasting Cascadia: metabolic architecture and climate change by Abigail Emiko Inoue Cox It has been a brutal couple of years for Portland's alternative art spaces (with brig

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Lorna Simpson, Wigs (Portfolio) 1994 From the collection of Jordan Schnitzer Blue Sky is concluding the Embodied: Asserting Self exhibition

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