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Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves

Contemporary Jewish Museum 736 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA

Tikkun: For the Cosmos, the Community, and Ourselves presents works by thirty Bay Area–based contemporary artists reflecting on the Jewish concept of tikkun (Hebrew for “to repair”).


Donna Huanca: MAGMA SLIT

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle, WA

Huanca’s installations encompass painting, sculpture, and live performance, and are characteristically created for, and integrated with, the specific architectural spaces in which they are presented.


Shades of Light⁠

Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Porland, OR

Shades of Light brings together ceramics, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and textiles from the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection.


Indigenous Matrix: Northwest Women Printmakers

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA

Delight in the bold graphics and striking colors of Northwest Native silkscreen prints with this installation of contemporary works by Indigenous women. his installation brings to light the unique contributions of several women artists whose imagery divulges personal experiences, complex mythologies, and unfettered expression, pushing styles and subjects into new directions that continue to inspire a new generation of Native artists.


Collidoscope: de la Torre Brothers Retro-Perspective

Riverside Art Museum 3425 Mission Inn Ave., Riverside, CA

The exhibition is a thematic retrospective on the artistic and exploratory trajectory of Einar and Jamex de la Torre, the two siblings that comprise this artistic duo known as The de la Torre Brothers.


by Alison Knowles: A Retrospective (1960–2022)

BAMPFA 2155 Center Street, Berkeley, CA

Best known as a core member of Fluxus, the avant-garde art group founded in 1962, Alison Knowles has created groundbreaking experiments that have influenced contemporary art and artists for over fifty years. This is the first comprehensive exhibition of her work, spanning the entire breadth of her still-active career, from her intermedia works of the 1960s to participatory and relational art from the 2000s.


everything was beautiful, and nothing hurt.

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle, WA

This exhibition of moving image installations, drawn from the Henry collection, spans a wide range of style and conceptual approaches.


Conversation Pieces: Contemporary Furniture in Dialogue

SFMOMA 151 3rd Street, San Francisco, CA

From a felted chair resembling mushrooms to a rocking chair made from 3-D printed recycled plastic, Conversation Pieces features 45 works of furniture that prioritize meaning and material choice over function and practicality.


Sa’rah Melinda Sabino: Dream Girl

One Grand Gallery 1000 E. Burnside, Portland, OR

Dream Girl, selected and curated works by Sa’rah Melinda Sabino, is currently up at One Grand Gallery in Portland, Oregon.


Alexis Smith: The American Way

MCASD 700 Prospect St., La Jolla, CA

Smith’s collages combine found texts, images, and objects to underscore and exaggerate how we are shaped by the media and culture that surround us.


Kenji Ide: A Poem of Perception

Portland Japanese Garden 611 SW Kingston Avenue, Portland, OR

In Kenji Ide’s installation, A Poem of Perception, the Kanagawa-based artist has created a constellation of found objects and small-scale sculptures that encourage viewers to heighten their sensitivity to their own experience of time, place, and imagination.

Free with admission to Portland Japanese Garden

Phung Huynh: Sobrevivir

Vincent Price Art Musuem 1301 Avenida Cesar Chavez, Monterey Park, CA

In 2018, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors apologized to more than 200 mothers…

Color Code

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts 1150 25th Street, San Francisco, CA

McEvoy Arts’ fifth anniversary exhibition Color Code celebrates color and its vibrant expressions in the arts.


yəhaẃ: this was a densely wooded hill

Henry Art Gallery 15th Ave NE &, NE 41st St, Seattle, WA

In 2021, yəhaẃ received funding to purchase a site in Seattle for transformative land-based arts programming. The organization’s continuing search for land during the planning of this was a densely wooded hill forms the basis of the installation. The ongoing displacement of Native and Indigenous peoples from their ancestral territories and the institutional preservation of this displacement in museums are its broader context.


Chicano Park

Chicano Park 2001 National AvenueSan Diego,

Situated at the heart of Barrio Logan, Chicano Park contains a sizeable collection of outdoor murals, a playground, community gardens, a raised plaza, multi-purpose courts, and picnic areas set within gently sloping lawns.


Joan Didion: What She Means

Hammer Museum 10899 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Opening less than a year after her death at age 87, and planned since 2019, Joan Didion: What She Means follows a meandering chronology that grapples with the simultaneously personal and distant evolution of Didion’s voice as a writer and pioneer of the “New Journalism.”

Jeffrey Gibson: They Come From Fire

Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Porland, OR

An immersive, site-responsive installation by multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson, They Come From Fire will transform the exterior windows on the facade of the museum’s main building as well as its two-story interior Schnitzer Sculpture Court.


American Art: The Stories We Carry

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA

A key question at the heart of American Art: The Stories We Carry is, “who determines what American art is, and how?”


Nikita Ares and Andrew Laumann

SUN SPOT 19265 1st Pl S, Des Moines, WA

SUN SPOT is a small art space in the Seattle area; a mailbox placed on a curb, a short jaunt outside the city to Des Moines. Artists Nikita Ares and Andrew Laumann both currently have work both in and outside of the mailbox for public viewing.


Jing Ellen Xu: Flung out of space

Das Schaufenster 6019 14th Ave NW, Seattle, WA

Das Schaufenster just opened Jing (Ellen) Xu’s exhibition “Flung out of space”. Xu says about…


i gently place my brain in cold rice

Oregon Center for Contemporary Art 8371 N Interstate Ave, Portland, Portland, OR

Oregon Contemporary and home school present i gently place my brain in cold rice, on view from November 2022 to January 2023. The first exhibition in home school’s curatorial residency at Oregon Contemporary presents works of sculpture, video, photography, and writing that orbit ideas around the tactile, the textile, the virtual, and the ritual. The eight artists in the show activate transmedia spaces of inquiry and healing without recourse to traditional disciplinary or medium boundaries.


Annie Lapin: Contours of the Vast

Shulamit Nazarian 616 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles, CA

Shulamit Nazarian is pleased to present Contours of the Vast, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Los Angeles-based artist Annie Lapin. This will be the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, on view from November 12 through December 17. This presentation will span both exhibition spaces at the gallery.



Refugee Eye Gallery 849 Valencia Street, San Francisco, CA

On the fifth and final show of our 2022 season, Refugee Eye Gallery is featuring five refugee and immigrant visual artists.