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Constant Change
The format of the gallery exhibition has long served as the art world's model of presentation. Could that era be coming to an end? More...


Nicole Eisenman
Nicole Eisenman's narrative painting satisfies both viscerally and intellectually. Her visual one liners pack a wallop, usually delivered with deft melancholy: We can't even be happy when we're celebrating. More...


Hometown Expats
It's tempting to gripe about the well known pattern of artists moving into a crummy neighborhood to get cheap space; upgrading the area and making it cool; and then being priced out. DeWitt Cheng offers some upside reflections. More...


“27th Anniversary Group Exhibition”
More than celebrating this gallery's longevity, this anniversary survey summarizes its continuing commitment to painterly abstraction, as well as marking its recent relocation from the Pearl District to the east side of the river. Don't laugh--if you are a Portlander you know what we mean. More...


“Portraits and Other Likenesses”
"Portraits and Other Likenesses" not only offers a history overview but stretches the very idea of a "portrait." More...


“Hapsburg Splendor”
This drop dead gathering of treasures from Vienna's Kunsthistorisches Museum is an absolute visual feast and a history lesson. More...


Rick Oginz
Sculptor and illustrator Rick Oginz mines his imagination, his observations of current events and his personal issues before he ever puts a pen to paper or a chisel to wood, which produces works that are multi-faceted for their emotions, humor and thoughtfulness. More...


The Artist as Charity
It makes us feel very nice to see artists contributing their work for glittery charity events that support good causes, no doubt. But might there be a dark ring around such an apparently clean transaction? More...


“Hidden Histories in Latin American Art”
"Hidden Histories in Latin American Art" validates the role of the artist as truth-teller. More...


Michael Arcega
Anthropologist Horace Mitchell Miner reflected on American culture from a detached viewpoint by turning our name around to become "Nacirema." Michael Arcega packs the gallery with objects from this bizarre culture to make us both laugh and squirm. More...


Holocaust Memorials of Poland Cross Political Eras
Recently in Poland, Matthew Kangas encountered a series of Holocaust memorials that over a half century reflected changes in how and to what degree history and political reflection shapes aesthetic intent. More...


Holocaust Memorials of Poland Cross Political Eras
Recently in Poland, Matthew Kangas encountered a series of Holocaust memorials that over a half century reflected changes in how and to what degree history and political reflection shapes aesthetic intent. More...

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