Alex Siniscalchi debuts new work in his show Fire, Pandemic, and Other Things.
The inquiry presented in This Room Has to do with the Measurement of Time is a cross pollination involving the thoughts and images between the conscious and unconscious mind, memory, emotion and the experience of embodiment
Walker’s work intimately draws from the artist’s daily life, surroundings, and imagination.
In her new show, The Mind Garden, Sara Lisch creates collages that explore and grow consciousness.
The Lost-race theory describes fairies as historical colonized subjects. What killed the Spirit and the Native but the betrayal of good will and weaponised metals?
Join Gallery 60SIX for the opening reception of “What If This?,” a two-person exhibition of paintings by San Francisco-based artists Brent Willson and Peter Whitehead.
The Elizabeth Leach Gallery is pleased to present Yucatán Revisited, a memorial exhibition of recent sculptures and works on paper by renowned artist Lee Kelly (1932 – 2022). Join us on June 4th for the opening of Yucatán Revisited.
Whether it’s looking upwards to alien flying squirrels in the sky, or downwards to anthropomorphized rocks underfoot, artists and colleagues Maria Lux and Kyle Peets seek the weird, humorous, and miraculous. In their dual exhibition, As Above, So Below, rocks become extra-terrestrial, and UFO-squirrels become terrestrial as thought circles from the ground to the sky and back.
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA) proudly presents ENCHIRIDION: aisle, spline, resort, sidony o’neal’s first major solo exhibition in North America. Curated by Kristan Kennedy, Artistic Director and Curator of Visual Art, PICA. Supported by Oregon Community Foundation’s Creative Heights Initiative, The Ford Family Foundation, Stephanie and Jonathan Snyder, and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
An installation of new work by Avantika Bawa