Someday This Will All Be Gone is a story of reclamation.
PETE closes its Beckett mosaic and Michael Kiwanuka comes to town.
Conner Reed and Daniel Bromfield
Spirits Rising: ひろしま/hiroshima showcases objects left behind after U.S. forces bombed the city in 1945.
The moving new exhibit mixes portraits and narratives with images of the items each one carried on their journey here.
Portland Monthly Staff
Peter Beste's Defenders of the Faith turns a lens on metal fans' leather- and denim-heavy regalia.
Fall Arts 2019: Visual Arts
In a major new exhibit at the Portland Art Museum, the Brooklyn-based conceptual artist takes on history, sports, and gun violence.
The online hub for black, Indigenous, and/or people of color artists expands with networking party Rose City Rolodex.
Local designer Lindsey Alonzo channels her Native heritage and Midwest upbringing into a lovely new lookbook.
They're literally dead.
Local lingerie company Jane's Vanity releases stunning new photos in advance of its holiday party.
From Nixon to Clinton to Obama, West Linn High School grad David Hume Kennerly shot them all.
Nearly 300 photos taken by Henryk Ross land in Portland.
Photographer Bruce Forster recalls shooting 60 rolls of film. Forty years later, he tracked down his original models.
From the horses to the Eastern Oregon location to the clothing inspired by their family's past, the Native American designers draw on tradition in this new set of photos.
From glitter to googly eyes, this Portland duo turns facial hair into a work of art.
Sharlyn Anderson imagines the lives and loves contained within Oregon homes.
Celeste Noche’s collaborative Portland in Color project at Una Gallery includes photography, workshops, and live performances.
Scout gets all the likes.
Eleanor Van Buren
Vince McMahon? The Rock? This is the antidote.
Portland’s vogue scene delivers once again.