How would you photograph the end of the world? Christopher
Russell takes up that question in a new series of altered photographs, Dissonance, Coincidence & Errant Gradations
When Portland art stars defect to Los Angeles (Miranda
July, anyone?), it kinda smarts. Which is one reason it’s so refreshing
that brothers Jacob and Arnold Pander still call Stumptown home, ev
In centuries past, artists and jewelers were often one and
the same. The lapis-inlaid funerary mask of Tutankhamun, dazzling
adornments of Native Americans, and the masterpieces of Renaissance
You could build a new religion around Gregg Renfrow’s
artwork. His abstract compositions—polymer and pigment poured onto
cast-acrylic panels—are so luminous and elemental, they inspire a
Hannes Wingate’s The Burnside Nest, Portland’s newest public artwork, looks like a bird’s nest on steroids.
spherical sculpture is built to resemble an oversized bird’s nest. Way
In southern Herzegovina, there’s a
village called Medjugorje where religious pilgrims flock. Since 1981,
people have claimed to see the Virgin Mary there, on top of Mount
Don’t you just love it when poetic men
insist that women are stand-ins for something other than, well, women?
Shakespeare famously compared his lady love to a summer’s day, while
Place PDX Gallery gets booted from Pioneer Place Mall, thanks to "shit balloons" and suicide celebrations
Gallery-goers are hard to shock these days, but mall-goers may be a different story. As WWreported Wednesday, transgressive artwork appears to have gotten Place PDX Gallery kicked out of its space at Pioneer ...
If you’ve walked, biked or driven down
Southeast Clay Street in recent weeks, you may have noticed Portland’s
newest public art. They’re three sculptures by artist Linda Wysong,
Where do you find the pulse of Portland?
If you ask artsy types, they’re apt to direct you to Disjecta’s
ambitious biennial exhibition, Portland2014. The nonprofit began
mounting biennials i