As he nears 80, Smith—easily one of the city's most technically skilled painters—confronts race with sardonic humor and fantastic beauty.
Get arty, take a Scandi steam, or do the Time Warp, again—this hood has plenty of ways to hold your attention.
See our slide show of photographs from Portland Art Museum's Representing.
The Portland artist, born in 1928, follows a pioneering graphic design career with a new one in painting.
Once a week at PIR, a passion for speed keeps a whole scene on track.
The favorite self-labeling device of punk youth and army grunts gets a gallery show.
The annual photography contest unleashes contestants for 24 hours on downtown Portland.
James Allen’s richly textured carving technique comes alive in a local gallery show.
Newspace revisits Documerica for the 21st century.
A major new exhibit at the Portland Art Museum explores Yeon's legacy.
Los Angeles artist James Jean talks about his plans for the Fair-Haired Dumbbell, rising at the Burnside Bridge's east end.
Its motto: "badass broads do it better."
No, you don't have to be rich. Or an expert. Go ahead. Step inside.
Blue Sky Gallery and the Sitka Center team up to give photographers two weeks of work and reflection on the Oregon Coast.
A new exhibit showcases a time before parking lots.
Constructing Identity features more than 80 artists, with work from the 1930s till now.
Wieden & Kennedy calls on Portlanders to donate their protest signs for a new exhibit, We the People, opening Thursday, February 2.
In its 25 years, Crow’s Shadow has helped make Oregon a stronghold of modern Native work.
Local muralists Rather Severe and Blaine Fontana teamed up with Kaiser Permanente to foster mental illness awareness through public art.
The Portland artist’s latest show tackles expanding waistlines and cast-offs.