Over the spring and summer, I went on
art-related trips to New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, and in
none of those cities did I encounter a museum show that breathed as
expansively as the
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Seattle-based sculptor and conceptual artist John Grade took home the $10,000 Arlene Schnitzer Prize at the culmination of the opening ceremonies for Portland Art Museum’s second Contemporary Northwest Art Awards. PAM executive director Brian Ferriso announced the award to a packed crowd in PAM’s sunken ballrom shortly after 7:30 pm on Saturday, June 18. Arlene Schnitzer herself was to have ...
"Baby Pink Painting with Three Girls" by Su-en Wong 2000 Get worked up, then get a grip by getting down with your Zen self. That is the idea behind Portland Art Museum's Meditation Week, purposefully set to coincide with the gallery's upcoming Disquieted exhibition, an evocative collection of contemporary artists' response to the more unsettling aspects of modern life. Unguided and semi-guided ...