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Untouchable Artifacts

Five Oaks Museum 17677 NW Springville Road, Portland

Eleven indigenous artists who hold intersectional identities and carry ancestral knowledge continue the tradition of storytelling.

Free

Lonnie Holley – The Influence of Images

Elizabeth Leach Gallery 417 NW 9th Avenue, Portland

Nested shapes appear to radiate and float in the cosmos amid a softly diffused palette of grays, pinks, blues, and yellows that emphasize their transformative, mystical quality.

Free

Dinh Q. Lê – Monuments and Memorials

Elizabeth Leach Gallery 417 NW 9th Avenue, Portland

Lê’s evocative photographic artworks combine interior and exterior pictures of Cambodian sites and pair the seemingly unresolvable, competing narratives of a country’s past and present.

Free

Lyrical Coherence

Murdoch Collections 2219 NW Raleigh Street, Portland

The exhibit will showcase the ways in which both fathers passed along their love of music’s richness to each artist.

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Prototypes

1010 1010 NW Flanders, Portland

What is an appropriate monument or memorial for this time and place?

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Heather Watkins: still—moving

PDX CONTEMPORARY ART 925 NW Flanders, Portland

Halos encircle their stilled and spinning forms, their scale slips and shifts from near and far, macro to micro.

Free

Print Wall: Jacob Hashimoto

Elizabeth Leach Gallery 417 NW 9th Avenue, Portland

Jacob Hashimoto’s art practice bridges sculpture, painting, and installation through entrancing and complex installations that shift perceptions of light, space, and motion.

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Al J Thompson: Remnants of an Exodus

Blue Sky 122 NW 8th Avenue, Portland

In turn, he finds Spring Valley fraught with insecurity and uncertainty but bound by love.

Free

New Ownership at Eutectic Gallery

Eutectic Gallery 1930 NE Oregon Street, Portland

By utilizing decentralized blockchain technology, New Ownership aims to materially realize a more just and equitable financial future for artists and makers.

Free

Gary Burnley: The Known World

Blue Sky 122 NW 8th Avenue, Portland

Burnley constructs images that layer our memory with revered representations of beauty, power, influence, identity and social status into unlikely, chance encounters with other images.

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But of course it’s hard to tell

Well Well Projects 8371 N Interstate Ave #1, Portland

This collective body of work was made in parallel (across a distance, without meeting) during the middle of 2021.

Free

Mia Farrington | Place

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

he colors for PLACE are a reflection of my time spent in the Painted Hills region of the John Day Fossil Beds.

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Nathan Paul Rice ‘Mini Parc’

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

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

Free

After Boucher

Fuller Rosen Gallery 1928 NW Lovejoy St., Portland

Baroque figures, furniture and environments are infused with transgender bodies, process color palettes and mythological characters

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Thunderstruck 2.0: black hole sun

Carnation Contemporary 8371 N Interstate Ave, Portland

How does this site frame our perception of light, scale, and emptiness? Who did Holt make this work for? What is the relationship between land art and spectacle?

Free

Time-Based Art Festival

PICA 15 NE Hancock St., PORTLAND

It is a time for us to come together in celebration of experimental works and ideas and to push the boundaries of what it means to make

All Access Pay-What-You-Can Pass

Gina Han: Recollection

Agenda 4505 SE Belmont, Suite A, Portland

These works are not derivative of any specific work yet their immediacy and profound release of control feel important, challenging and joyous all at once.

Free

Stefanie Victor

Adams and Ollman 418 NW 8th Avenue, Portland

Small in scale, the works relate to the body and it’s trace movements, as well as domestic infrastructure and hardware, and are made from a range of materials including metal, glass, ceramic and concrete.

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