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In a new exhibit at Nationale, Shohei Takasaki asks his audience to reflect on the mysteries of our loved ones.
The Ecuador-born, New York–based artist brings a solo exhibit, Every Measure of Zero, to Portland's Upfor Gallery.
Foxes, rhinos, and bears push up against the built environment in Keyes's wild paintings.
In Karen Wippich's new gallery show, felines become fanciful art.
The Elisabeth Jones Art Center opened in June with exhibits on Standing Rock, climate change, and land development.
Celeste Noche’s collaborative Portland in Color project at Una Gallery includes photography, workshops, and live performances.
From Joe Biden to George Saunders, cash-register exorcisms to garbage paintings, here's what you have to catch this season.
Rebecca Jacobson and Fiona McCann
The Portland artist, born in 1928, follows a pioneering graphic design career with a new one in painting.
James Allen’s richly textured carving technique comes alive in a local gallery show.
The Portland artist’s latest show tackles expanding waistlines and cast-offs.
Lewis & Clark’s Hoffman Gallery presents Intersecciones, a reimagining of Cuba’s relationship with the United States through the mixed-media lens of six of the island’s young artists.
First Thursday of fall! We've got you covered with our must-see list of September shows.
A group of Portland artists has been combing through the trash to make art from what the rest of us throw away.
Desolate landscapes, not-so-geometric patterns, spiraling planets and Cartesian grids—these are some of the elements awaiting you this First Thursday.
Art has no borders. From Life Magazine's barrier-smashing Gordon Parks to One Flaming Arrow's reclaiming of Indian land, we pick this month's can't-miss openings.
Ramona DeNies and Lisa Borst
Fix your eye on this visual feast! We pick ten brand-new shows that make for a quadrant-hopping art odyssey. Pack a picnic, bring your bike, open your peepers.
Ramona DeNies and Rachel Sandstrom
Spring has sprung early in Portland and First Thursday invites art lovers to take to the surprisingly unsoaked streets. We've got six gallery picks—one of them at PNCA's brand new 511 Building.
How Philly transplant Amy Adams blurs lines with her east-side gallery.
The Waterfront Blues Fest kicks off a Summer of Soul, Lauryn Hill never grows old, First Thursday brings the sun, and comedy's prodigal son Ian Karmel returns.
Portland Monthly Staff and Schuyler Keenan