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Art and Race Matters: The Career of Robert Colescott

Portland Art Museum 1219 SW Park Avenue, Porland

As he transformed familiar images to forge new, unexplored social meanings and implications, Colescott became a pioneer in the reemergence of figuration in the 1970s and in the strategies of appropriation in the 1980s.


REDCAT: Black Motion Pictures Series

Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT) 631 WEST 2ND STREET, Los Angeles

Organized by Gabrielle Civil, Black Motion Pictures is a series of Zoom interviews with radical Black creatives about race, performance, and representation.


Jeamin Cha: Troubleshooting Mind I, II, III

Kadist 3295 20th Street, San Francisco

Culminating her residency at KADIST San Francisco, Jeamin Cha’s solo exhibition explores the relationship between depression, anxiety, and late capitalism. Troubleshooting Mind I, II, III is her first solo exhibition on the West Coast.


Networks of (Be)longing

Center for Contemporary Art & Culture 511 NW Broadway, Portland

Networks of (Be)longing queries the relational traces structuring and embedded within artistic networks. The installations, publication, sculptures and videos of Canaries collective, Rami George, Tabitha Nikolai, and Mengda Zhang disclose structures of care, communality, labor-relations, and familial ties bound by tensions and desires.


8-Bridges November Exhibition

8-Bridges San Francisco

8-Bridges launches an online exhibition on the first Thursday of every month and will include an evolving roster of galleries and contributors

Growth: Jackie Stewart, Chase Biado, and Shannon Anderson

Helen's Costume Private, Portland

Got new glasses to make my face look smaller but really everything is bigger now. Haven't left my concrete apartment in over a week, and the upstairs neighbor got an even taller pair of wood soled platform sandals.


Snail Shell: Maria Guzmán Capron & Rachel Hayden

pt.2 Gallery 1523b Webster St., Oakland

The exhibition juxtaposes Hayden’s acrylic paintings with Guzman Capron’s textile wall sculptures to investigate the relationship between physiognomy, emotional state, and the idea of home.