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Looking Back: 10 Years of Pier 24 Photography

Pier 24 Photography Pier 24, The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA

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


The Kinsey African American Art & History Collection

Tacoma Art Museum 1701 Pacific Avenue, Tacoma, WA

The collection includes masterful paintings and sculpture, photographs, rare books, letters, manuscripts and more that offer a well-rounded look at the African American experience and provide new perspectives on the nation’s history and culture.

Vanessa German: W E

Wa Na Wari 911 24th Ave, Seattle, WA

Upholding artmaking as an act of restorative justice, German confronts and begins to dismantle the emotional and spiritual weight imposed by the multi-generational oppression of African American communities.


Nathan Paul Rice ‘Mini Parc’

Stephanie Chefas Projects 305 SE 3RD AVE STE. 202, Portland, OR

His designs invite a playful and participatory experience that brings attention to the spaces existing between objects, their uses, and their meanings.


The Missing Circle, curated by Magalí Arriola

Kadist 3295 20th Street, San Francisco, CA

The group exhibition revisits particular episodes in Latin America's political history to explore the role that counted corpses and unaccounted souls play in the world of the living.


Carrie Mae Weems: Witness

Fraenkel Gallery 49 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA

Weems’s inaugural show at the gallery includes early documentary-style photographs of family, and her iconic Kitchen Table series.


Maia Cruz Palileo: Long Kwento

CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts 360 Kansas Street, San Francisco, CA

Palileo recontextualizes these stories, portraits, and images in an attempt to resuscitate these figures from the exploitative gaze of these ethnographic images.


Mya Kerner: These Whispers, These Tellings

Winston Wächter Fine Art 203 Dexter Ave N, Seattle, WA

The exhibit suggests a way forward from grief and loss through the literal paths she paints, into the whispering, resilient landscapes that surround us.


Mills College Art Museum 5000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA

The images she chooses are drawn from web searches, text messages, social media content, and personal pictures, raising questions about authenticity and exploring the difficulty and lack of desire to distinguish between reality and fiction.



Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art 1430 Johnson Lane, Eugene, OR

The best works of comics journalism stand as compelling examples of how the news might be reimagined as an artistic practice.


Molly Vaughan: Project 42

Bainbridge Island Museum of Art 550 Winslow Way E., Bainbridge Island, WA

Through the creation of garments and diverse collaborative memorial actions, Vaughan raises awareness of the violence that transgender and gender non-conforming individuals, particularly trans women of color, face in contemporary American society with “42” referencing the average lifespan of someone in this community.


Diana Al-Hadid: Archive of Longings

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

Diana Al-Hadid’s work explores the interplay between the female body and the European art canon; Syrian, Muslim, and immigrant histories and mythologies; and architectural icons and the natural world.

Free – $20

In Crystalized Time

Museum of Museums 900 Boylston Ave, Seattle, WA

The pursuits of the works reach beyond a trivial goal like mimicking digital gestures, though that tactic is a common component in the works


manuel arturo abreu: Salomon

Veronica 2915 Rainier Avenue South, Suite 12b, Seattle, WA

The spirit of your ancestor who lost her parents very young had stepped in.


Ceramics: Mingei to Modern

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

Both functional and decorative works from the 1950s to today will describe the significant impact the mingei movement has had on the practice of JB Blunk, many of his peers and contemporary artists working with clay.


tierra de GIGANTES | Iván Carmona

PDX CONTEMPORARY ART 925 NW Flanders, Portland, OR

The works are representative of his own personal experiences, which come together to reconstruct the landscape and culture of his homeland, manifesting a synesthetic fantasy of shape and color.