Green has been doing some great posts on one of my favorite artists Martin Puryear
a sculptor who has done as much with a curved line as anyone in art history.
indicates the Portland Art Center might have found a way out of its current
financial crisis if they can sell enough panels
. Also, the word "restructuring"
has been used... time will tell what that means but it's a time to really address
of the concerns already raised on PORT
in the past.
The Guardian has an intriguing review
of Hans-Peter Feldman's latest show in Bristol
Portland Architecture takes on possible Sellwood
and the U
of O's White Stag block in Oldtown Portland
Also, this organic
extension of a building
seems like something that might be great for Portland.
ran a story on Milepost 5
, an innovative new creative colony for Portland's
ambitions to take root in.
New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York has a new building and the New York
Times takes a look
. As always I found Ouroussoff's critique of culture in
New York important and healthy but will the contents of the museum live up
to the box? Roberta
Smith has her say on that issue here too
, it's a must read (partly for all of its paradoxes, which befits the show).
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