Shigeru Takato, "Cologne V.," 2004
Lewis & Clark's Hoffman Gallery presents reGeneration
, a group photography exhibition. Selected by three curators from Musée de l'Elysée, the show highlights some of the best work from emerging photographers around the globe. In an effort to explore the future of 21st century photographic practices, the curators used one question to guide their selections: Will this image be known in twenty years? Amongst over 150 remarkable images, featured work includes Keren Assaf's Untitled (Israel)
, an attempt to understand Israeli culture through the comparison of its aspirations with the American dream; Shigeru Takato's Cologne V.
(above), part of his Television Studios
series that exposes the hollow and blatantly artificial environments of the studio; and Untitled
from Nicholas Prior's The Age of Man
, where the photographer explores childhood as a social, not biological, construct.
Exhibition • January 22 - March 15
• 0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd • 503.768.7687
MK Guth, Ties of Protection and Safekeeping
MK Guth will speak in the APEX Gallery at PAM this weekend about her installation Ties of Protection and Safekeeping
. Read about the installation at the Whitney Biennial here
Artist lecture • 2-3pm • January 25
Portland Art Museum
• 1219 SW Park • 503.226.2811
Michael Brophy, "Day"
PMMNLS is back with celebrated local artist Michael Brophy
, who paints vivid and often desolate images of the Northwest landscape.
Artist lecture • 7pm • January 26
• 1914 SW Park • Shattuck Hall Room 212