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Joe Rudko
Joe Rudko integrates collage and geometric abstraction in an intricate mélange of the quotidian and inspired imagination. More...


Anna Kunz
Anna Kunz’s “Color Cast” is a gallery-sized abstract painting full of transparent layering and vibrant hues. She immerses us as participants in rather than observers of formalism. More...


Alison Saar
Her feelings about the abuse of minorities inform "Topsy Turvy's" depiction of black women empowered with determination. More...


Steve Fitch
“Much of what I have photographed is gone or in ruins. … It is as if I had a sixth sense that what I was making pictures of was going to disappear ...” says photographer Steve Fitch. More...


Eduardo Carrillo/“The Feminine Sublime”/Ana Serrano
Three diverse exhibitions connected by their "Testament of the Spirit" are led by Eduardo Carrillo's exceptional "Chicano History" painting and a selection of intimate self-portraits. More...


Art and Apocalypse
Images of annihilation have take on fresh urgency during the past year. Richard Speer calls our attention to a pair of exhibitions that suggest a silver lining that are not mere exercises in denial. More...


Remembering Sandra Stone
Poet Sandra Stone was familiar to many artists and writers in and around Portland for more than her regular presence at art walks and host of studio salons. She wrote with insight, chutzpah and a first person voice that inhabited some of history's most interesting and idiosyncratic artists. More...


Nicole Eisenman
Starting with the title painting, "Dark Light" sums up Nicole Eisenman's feeling of being trapped in a world marching towards disaster. More...


FotoFest 2018 Biennial
The current FotoFest Biennial focuses on India, and the 47 photographers mirror key issues such as race, gender and migration. More...


Kate Gilmore
It takes a while to grasp what we are looking at. As Kate Gilmore's "Morning Rage" becomes clear we share the catharsis. More...


Alex Couwenberg
The "Chevron" motif invoked by Alex Couwenberg plays off of commercial, historical and modern art references to establish a layered complexity. More...


“Extracorporeal (Beyond the Body)”
“Extracorporeal (Beyond the Body),” celebrates the life and work of the late Ana Mendieta. Over 30 years after her untimely death she still inspires artists who use their own bodies in ways deeply indebted to their precursor. More...

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