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Trevor Paglen
For Trevor Paglen geography and photography equals diptychs that present a buried layer of surveillance just below picturesque surfaces. More...


Pedro Tyler
Working with systems of measurement, for Pedro Tyler, means using a lot of rulers and measuring tapes. Some of the works are kinetic, emitting sound that makes for the show's own beautiful music. More...


Elliot Norquist
Elegant geometric sculpture, mailing wall-hung, pushes your eye all around the gallery turning minimalist images into a vibrant flow of color and shape. More...


Kim MacConnel
Kim MacConnel's "Avenida Revolucion" paintings place you in the middle of a technicolor spectacle of a parade down the streets of a Mexican town, while a "Black and White" series manage to keep the energy level high. More...


Growing Beyond Disinfotainment
The art world has changed enormously over the last half-century. It is, after all, a mirror of society; but still, these changes reflect a steady loss of faith in the power of aesthetic meaning. We must demand better. More...


“Rooted in Soil”
"Rooted in Soil" is firmly planted in the issue of conservation as seen through the creative lens of this group of 17 artists. More...


Dirk Staschke
Dirk Staschke leaves the backs of his ceramic still-life sculptures exposed for a reason: to remind us it is all made by hand. More...


Robert Ginder
Robert Ginder's gold leaf embellished portraits of post-war Los Angeles suburban bungalows treat our own recent history as though it were centuries old. The point is to rethink the ordinary and the role of art itself. More...


Robert Ginder
Robert Ginder's gold leaf embellished portraits of post-war Los Angeles suburban bungalows treat our own recent history as though it were centuries old. The point is to rethink the ordinary and the role of art itself. More...


Alt-Weekly Arts Writing
VAS contributor Richard Speer is most familiar to Portland area readers for his 13-year run with Williamette Week. The response to the announcement of his departure prompts this reflection on where he's been, and where art writing may be going. More...


Lance Letscher
Lance Letscher's intricate collages push the eye relentlessly while keeping us engaged with accumulations of familiar objects. More...


Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga
Japanese post-war Gutai artists Kazuo Shiraga and Sadamasa Motonaga produced differing emphasis in painting that is consistently explosive and tactile, emphasizing "action" and the "unknown" respectively. More...


Dirk Staschke
Dirk Staschke leaves the backs of his ceramic still-life sculptures exposed for a reason: to remind us it is all made by hand. More...


Alt-Weekly Arts Writing
VAS contributor Richard Speer is most familiar to Portland area readers for his 13-year run with Williamette Week. The response to the announcement of his departure prompts this reflection on where he's been, and where art writing may be going. More...

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