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
When you enter Disjecta’s main exhibition
space, you’re confronted with an 8-foot-high wall wrapping around
something you can’t see. It’s dingy and cheap-looking, made out of white
Today’s cold, snowy weather is affecting the First Thursday art walk in the Pearl District and Old Town. Most art galleries are closing early and will not be open during the 6-8:30pm window when they normally welcome First Thursday art-goers.
Among the galleries that will not be open: Laura Russo Gallery, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, Augen Gallery, Froelick Gallery, Charl...
The sun is setting through a line of
trees, casting a golden glow upon a man who lies sleeping alongside a
dirt road. Except he’s not sleeping—he’s dead.
chilling revelation hits yo
Richard Speer’s picks for the year’s best visual art.
When you look back over the year, it’s
kind of like that segment on the Academy Awards where they flash
pictures of all the movie people who died. That’s the way Portland
One could be forgiven, especially after a
mojito or two, for mistaking Miami Beach’s Collins Drive for Portland’s
Northwest Everett Street during the annual mega-art fair known as Art
I never bought into the cult of Lucinda
Parker. Sure, the veteran painter is respected, she’s been in a jillion
biennials, and there are more paintings by her in West Hills mansions
Childhood memories often play through the 8 mm lens of The Wonder Years,
set on a Slip ’N Slide behind a picket fence on a sunny day. Think
harder, though, and you’ll remember more bogeyman-fi