A gray scale image of the side of a large building with many windows is overlaid with an image of the moon.

SHADES OF GRAY

We are delighted to present SHADES OF GRAY, a group show selected by Ann Jastrab and Jan Watten. On display will be photos of cool neutrals, sophisticated deep charcoal gray images, glimmers of gray in a color landscapes and the beautiful mid-tones of perfect gelatin silver prints. Mixed media, alternative processes, color imagery and traditional black and white photographs will be on view.

A person in a cream white top stands in front of a large body of water and holds two black and white photographs.

Liminal

On the fifth and final show of our 2022 season, Refugee Eye Gallery is featuring five refugee and immigrant visual artists.

A person fashioned in tree bark stands atop several rows of chopped wood. They look out at a vast green landscape.

i gently place my brain in cold rice

Oregon Contemporary and home school present i gently place my brain in cold rice, on view from November 2022 to January 2023. The first exhibition in home school’s curatorial residency at Oregon Contemporary presents works of sculpture, video, photography, and writing that orbit ideas around the tactile, the textile, the virtual, and the ritual. The eight artists in the show activate transmedia spaces of inquiry and healing without recourse to traditional disciplinary or medium boundaries.

Jeffrey Gibson: They Come From Fire

An immersive, site-responsive installation by multimedia artist Jeffrey Gibson, They Come From Fire will transform the exterior windows on the facade of the museum’s main building as well as its two-story interior Schnitzer Sculpture Court.

A color study showing small square swatches of 70 different colors

Color Code

McEvoy Arts’ fifth anniversary exhibition Color Code celebrates color and its vibrant expressions in the arts.

A scenic horizon featuring pink and blue hues.

NEOCLES SERAFIMIDIS: ABEYANT LANDSCAPE

In late 2021, Neo Serafimidis began a photographic exploration in response to the perception of nature and reality into which we would emerge after COVID. As it turned out, the pandemic was not over; re-emergence in any sense was suspended. Our relationship to this new world is vague and as variable and mutable as the virus itself.

“‘Dutt’ (horseback) and Jamaire, (St. Martin Parish)”, 2015. A black trail rider sitting on a white horse while another trail rider stands in front of the horse. They are surrounded by branches and leaves.

Jeremiah Ariaz: Louisiana Trail Riders

Jeremiah Ariaz examines Creole history and horse culture in Louisiana Trail Riders. Since 2014, Ariaz has been photographing various southwest Louisiana clubs’ weekend trail rides—the Crescent City Cowboys, Desperados, Buffalo Soldiers, and The Stepping In Style Riding Club, among other groups.