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Art Deco Glass from the Huchthausen Collection
In Paris in 1925, the “International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts,” soon came to be known as Art Deco. More...


Johannes Girardoni
A suite of candy-colored minimalist sculptures titled “Resonance” by Johannes Girardoni are devastatingly gorgeous — and devastating in their indictment of tech-crazed consumerism. More...


Taos Society
The Taos Society of Artists were European trained academics who shared in common having been drawn to the outlying town of Taos. More...


Kristen Morgin
It's hard to believe Kristen Morgan current work is all made of clay. She handles her media masterfully and with clever conceptual strategies. More...


Magdalena Fernández
"Flexible Structures" includes works as far back as 1999, but the sculptures and installation are new and dominate the show. Black steel spheres connected by elastic cords are effectively large drawings in space that get us seeing how it gets divided and organized in three-dimensions. More...


Juventino Aranda
Juventino Aranda quotes the likes of Mark Rothko. But the use of a Pendelton shirt rather than paint also reads as a symbol of ethnicity and class. More...


Ryan Goolsby
Ryan Goolsby's "Totem" sculptures are both spare and compelling. Referential but not specifically so, carefully designed but of no utility, these objects exist on the border of the twilight world of dreams. More...


Genius on Paper
Prints by Pablo Picasso chronicling his visual innovation are paired with an emotionally moving selection by Edvard Munch. More...


“Poetic Minimalism”
If you think of minimalist art as hard and austere, "Poetic Minimalism" challenges the stereotype and will change your impression. More...


“Identity / Insight”
"Identity/Insight" is an instructive delving into representational art dealing with personality, fantasy, psychological states and more. More...


“Artists’ Choice”
Gallery affiliated artists selected one non-affiliate each, and "Artists' Choice" adds up to a surprisingly coherent group show. More...


“Energy Charge”
The artists included to show alongside the late artist in “Energy Charge: Connecting to Ana Mendieta” convey an electric energy. More...


“Friendly Fire”
“Friendly Fire" is a group selection of powerful and engaging sculpture about compassion, resilience, and above all, resourcefulness. More...


“Pick Your Poison”
"Pick Your Poison" offers a thumbnail review of the last five centuries of protest, dissidence, satire and propaganda in prints. More...


“Alcoves 16/17”
Opening centers, empty spaces, and strong subtleties are the hallmarks of "Alcoves 16/17," the current in a series of seven shows that serve to introduce the public to established but under-the-radar artists of the Southwest. More...


“Tribute: Women Artists of the African Diaspora”
Ten women included in "Tribute: Ten Women Artists of the African Diaspora" embrace a spectrum of strategies and visual devices to communicate their themes, philosophies and values. More...


Pablo Picasso
A pair of exhibitions focus on Pablo Picasso's great draftsmanship as well as his creative process. Works represent many of his stylistic periods, and we are also reacquainted with the various women who served as both muse and partner. More...


Michael T. Hensley
The rich but agitated surfaces of Michael T. Hansley's mixed media paintings are like walls or billboards that display multiple generations of posters. Hensley is a great example of Portland's regional "painterly painting" approach that both reveals and conceals latent imagery. More...


SITElines.2016
If many surveys of American art tend to think Each Coast-West Coast, "SITElines" is oriented on a North-South axis. The artists here emphasize our spiritual relationship with land and water, informed by geography and ethnic identity. More...


“30 Americans”
This survey of works from Miami's Rubell Family Collection focuses on African American artists and offers how formerly excluded and marginalized black Americans simply dismantle discredited historical stereotypes and assumptions about supposed creative or intellectual limitations. More...

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