This month, Newspace presents Ideology in Paradise
, a series of photographs by Hiroshi Watanabe
. In this beautiful exhibition, Watanabe gives the viewer a glimpse into the normally off-limits world of North Korea. Although accompanied by government-appointed handlers, Watanabe was able to capture many charmingly human moments in the people he portrays.
There will be a free artist lecture and slideshow at 1pm on Saturday, January 5.
Opening Reception • 7-10pm • January 4Newspace Center for Photography
• 1632 SE 10th AVE • 503.963.1935
Hours and Ours
(exhibition and publication) debuts this month at Small A Projects. Jessica Jackson Hutchin's project stems from a process begun while cleaning out her studio post-MFA. As she observed the objects around her, Hutchin's developed a series of drawings and scrap collages that explore the presence of meaning and memory in our surroundings. "Investing personal energy into reading everyday things" is a process described as "seminal to her work." Accompanying the drawings is a sculpture and video project that also delves into the boundary between formal work and "offhand document."
Opening Reception • 6-9pm • January 4Small A Projects
• 1430 SE 3rd AVE • 503.234.7993
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