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Brian Sanchez and Neon Saltwater: Energy Drink

Museum of Museums 900 Boylston Ave, Seattle

Energy Drink creates a found and fabricated environment that transforms the mundane into a contemplative experience through color, interior design, lighting, and the elusive euphoria of vacant and transitory spaces.


Gary Simmons: The Engine Room

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

His work is occupied by the unfixed nature of a past that remains open to the vagaries of memory, and its role in the construction of the character of contemporary America.


Dawn Cerny: Les Choses

Seattle Art Museum 1300 1st Ave, Seattle

They shapeshift into people, places, and blank spaces where their enigmatic titles act as prompts for possible stories, dreams, and memories to be completed by the viewer.


Architecture of Dreams

Anti-Aesthetic 245 W. 8th Ave, Eugene

Eugene Contemporary Art is proud to present Architecture of Dreams, a group exhibition that draws on surrealism as a mode of art making in response to everyday life.


Next to You

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

McEvoy Foundation for the Arts is pleased to announce 'Next to You,' an exhibition of modern and contemporary artworks from the McEvoy Family Collection that celebrate the joy, vitality, and healing power of the performing arts. As the world emerges from the coronavirus pandemic and its requisite isolation, 'Next to You' is a farewell ballad…


Diane Arbus: Curated by Carrie Mae Weems

Fraenkel Gallery 49 Geary Street, San Francisco

Weems has cited Arbus, along with David Hammons, as artists of paramount importance to her. To inaugurate Fraenkel Gallery’s recently announced representation of Weems, the artist was invited to curate an exhibition of Arbus’s photographs, the sole directive being to focus on works that speak powerfully and directly to her.


Kronos Festival: Ellen Reid SOUNDWALK

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

Discover a site-specific, GPS-enabled musical installation with new music by Kronos Quartet in San Francisco’s Golden Gate Park.


Bitter cherry, Bleeding heart

Fourteen30 Contemporary 1501 SW Market Street, Portland

As the hard-edged forms of the glass and concrete architecture meet the natural vegetation beyond, so Bitter cherry, Bleeding heart counterposes those artists working from a logic of abstraction to those mining the variously and deeply alive.


Free Fall

Brittany 801 Sacramento St, Vallejo

Phillip Bryne Morgan Cristine Melanie Shireen Hernandez Kelley O'Leary Helia Pouyanfar Whitney Vangrin June 12 - August 28, 2021 Brittany 801 Sacramento St Vallejo, CA 94590 Opening Saturday, June 12, 2021 10 am - 2 pm Any by appointment Contact Matthew Kerkhof (608) 695-9161 brittany.vallejo.art@gmail.com @brittany.vallejo.art https://brittany-vallejo-art.tumblr.com


Three Forms: JB Blunk

Blunk Space 11101 highway 1, #105, Pt. Reyes Station

These unique cups bring the spirit of his work into everyday life, as it was meant to be experienced.


Looking Back: 10 Years of Pier 24 Photography

Pier 24 Photography Pier 24, The Embarcadero, San Francisco

With its other thematic galleries, Looking Back reconsiders subjects explored previously in some of the ten exhibitions since Pier 24 opened.


Feel Good Pictures

Specialist 300 South Washington Street, Seattle

Draped materials, abbreviated bodies and virtual workspaces combine in tenuous arrangements to suggest provisional order and structure



btwMOMA 119 NW 40th Street, vancouver

The resulting artworks are playfully beautiful, witty, and wise.


Catherine Wagner: Clues to Civilization

Jessica Silverman Gallery San Francisco

Spanning over three decades, each of the series are fortified by a rigorous examination of knowledge creation and transference, reckoning with collective historical foundations and the concept of the body politic.


Daniel Crews-Chubb

Roberts Projects 5801 Washington Boulevard, Culver City

He creates organically progressive quasi-figurative paintings in series which rely on a group of constructed historic or mythic characters for the work’s narrative.


Austin Thomas: Metropolis

Municipal Bonds 1275 Minnesota Street, San Francisco

These machine-age shapes are arranged with skyscraper-like verticality and the beat of her daily walks.


Exchange the Experience

Round Weather 951 Aileen St., Oakland

Exchange the Experience opens July 10, including work that explores views on labor and leisure as well as the labor and leisure of viewing


Lila de Magalhaes: Soup of the Night

Matthew Brown Los Angeles 633 N La Brea Ave, Los Angeles

Convention teaches us that night is a space of monsters and villains. Nocturnal actors are aberrant disruptors who threaten diurnal order in its least visible hours. Like the vampire squid, de Magalhaes’s nightlife pursues orientations that undo these very human dualisms. It swells with all the pleasures, guilts, pains, and imaginings of just being alive. At the end of the day, night is all there is. We’re all making worlds of oddkin, swirling in the same murky soup.


Resound: Angélica Maria Millán Lozano + Frankie Krupa Vahdani

Fuller Rosen Gallery 1928 NW Lovejoy St., Portland

Resound features drawings, paintings, mixed-media work, and fabric pieces infused by the unique cultural hybridity of each artists’ heritage and response to contemporary socio-political events in their respective locales of Brooklyn, New York and the Skagit Valley, Washington.