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Tuesday 11.30.10

First Thursday Picks December 2010

Corey Arnold, "Lesser Spotted"

Charles Hartman presents Corey Arnold's Fish-Work Europe. The show "documents Arnold's journey aboard commercial fishing boats exploring the ports and people that work in the business of fish...[Arnold] spent five months on the road in nine different European countries including more then 15 trips at sea aboard vessels of all sizes living amongst fishermen in their natural habitat. These photos are an exploration in progress, the next chapter of the Fish-Work series which documents the lifestyle of the commercial fisherman throughout the world."

Opening reception • 6-9pm • December 2
Charles Hartman Fine Art • 134 NW 8th • 503.287.3886

(More: D.E. May at PDX, Stu Levy at Augen DeSoto, and manga at Froelick.)

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 30, 2010 at 17:46 | Comments (0)


Interview with Alison Saar

Alison Saar is a well known and sometimes controversial sculptor who recently completed a commission at Lewis and Clark College campus called York: Terra Incognita. She also has a career spanning exhibition titled,Bound For Glory, at the nearby Hoffman Gallery and runs through December 12th. To discuss her work, PORT sent Gabe Flores to talk with Saar and learn more about how she mixes life, art and history.

York: terra incognita (2010) photo Jeff Jahn

Gabe: How did you end up at Lewis and Clark?

Alison: Well there was this call for artists to do a... (more)

Posted by Guest on November 30, 2010 at 15:51 | Comments (0)


Monday 11.29.10


Steve Martin a has a new book about the art world... I hope it stays a book and doesn't become a movie. But it will.

Just when I was thinking that Zaha Hadid had lost her magic touch found in earlier projects like the Strasbourg Car Park, her Stone Towers project looks awfully good.

I like festivals, especially when they are focused, and this bucolic outdoor installation art festival in Russian looks interesting.

Posted by Jeff Jahn on November 29, 2010 at 12:29 | Comments (0)


Wednesday 11.24.10

Van Gogh in Auvers, His Last Days

Published by The Monacelli Press

We are a culture obsessed with the secrets that will demystify genius. Convinced of its inherent oddity, we see its anomaly and resulting masterpieces as too fantastic to originate from a normal life. The fame that follows genius and its resulting celebritydom enchant us even more, sending our level of star-struck into the lull of proper swoon. The common assumption intrinsic to genius seems to be...

Posted by Amy Bernstein on November 24, 2010 at 9:30 | Comments (0)


Monday 11.22.10

Monday Links

Jerry Saltz takes on lil Bush's official portrait here.

Roberta Smith gives her estimation of Anselm Kiefer's return to NYC after an 8 year hiatus.

Posted by Jeff Jahn on November 22, 2010 at 16:01 | Comments (0)


Friday 11.19.10

Public Art Today

Lee Kelly, "Arlie," steel, 1978, on the museum grounds

In conjunction with the current Lee Kelly retrospective, PAM presents "Public Art Today," a panel exploring public art in the Northwest and changing artistic and political definitions of "public space." Lee Kelly himself has contributed many remarkable sculptures to the sphere of public art. Pre-sale tickets are recommended.

Panel discussion • 2-3pm • November 21
Portland Art Museum • 1219 SW Park • 503.226.2811

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 19, 2010 at 8:01 | Comments (0)


Thursday 11.18.10

Artemisia Gentileschi | Swamp Light

Artemisia Gentileschi, "Judith Slaying Holofernes," 1614-20

Reed College and others present An Afternoon with Artemisia Gentileschi: Film and Conversation. "The work of Artemisia Gentileschi (1593-1654) was shaped by her training in her father's studio and her role as a woman painter in a male-dominated art world. Please join us for an afternoon dedicated to Artemisia, featuring a screening of the new documentary A Woman Like That with filmmaker Ellen Weissbrod, and a special presentation by Gentileschi specialist Jesse Locker, Assistant Professor, Renaissance & Baroque Art History, Portland State University." Free and open to the public.

Film screening & conversation • 1pm • November 20
Hosted by PAM • 1219 SW Park • Whitsell Auditorium

Robert Smith

In a completely different vein: Ditch Projects presents Robert Smith's Swamp Gas Is Ghost Light. "In his current exhibition of video, drawings, and sculpture, Smith uses torqued mirrors and lenses to drawl the haunted landscapes of cypress swamps and tobacco fields out into rhythmic incantations. The supernatural event becomes an occasion for concrete rupture. Molded in the tradition of a banishment ritual, these works both invoke and diffuse the mystified auras of Southern identity politics as specters borne of their specific material conditions, a fermenting miasma of Old South tradition and mystical symbolic languages."

Opening reception • 7-10pm • November 20
Ditch Projects • 303 S. 5th AVE #190, Springfield, OR

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 18, 2010 at 12:05 | Comments (0)


Wednesday 11.17.10

Vanessa Renwick at PDX Across the Hall

as easy as falling off a log (installation view) photo: Jeff Jahn

In 1957 the State of Oregon outlawed the use of splash dams on Oregon waterways. Splash dams were built on rivers and creeks as a way to back up water in a sufficient volume to propel logged trees downstream. The flood caused by the sudden gush of water, plus the massive number of logs, scoured the waterways down to the bedrock, thereby making those streams inhospitable to the spawning salmon that required gravel beds (redds) to lay and fertilize eggs. Only after a series of lawsuits by anglers and environmentalists was the practice terminated nationwide.

Often the rush of logs downstream would cause logjams... (more)

Posted by Patrick Collier on November 17, 2010 at 9:08 | Comments (0)


Museums: Object Focus + Celentano

S.M.S. (Shit Must Stop), New York City, A Letter Edged in Black Press, 1968, photo by Orin Zyvan

The Museum of Contemporary Craft presents Object Focus: The Book, co-curated by Namita Gupta Wiggers and Reed College's Geraldine Ondrizek in collaboration with OCAC's Barbara Tetenbaum. "The artist's book is an object that extends work beyond the boundaries of a gallery setting. Through selections from the significant 20th century modern and contemporary artists' books in Reed College's Special Collections, this exhibition explores the book as an object which defies the boundaries between art, craft and design, and moves along a spectrum from a recognizable to a deconstructed form."

Exhibition • November 18, 2010 - February 16, 2011
Craft conversation • 2-3pm • December 4, 2010
Museum of Contemporary Craft • 724 NW Davis • 503.223.2654

Francis Celentano, "Delta Black and White," 1971

The Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University presents Form and Color, a retrospective of Francis Celentano. "Celentano is a highly regarded Seattle painter and professor emeritus from the University of Washington who explores issues of color, shape, form and structure in abstract, geometric works...Back in New York, Celentano continued to paint in an abstract expressionist style but gradually embraced the tenets of Op art, a movement that emerged in the 1960s and that makes use of optical illusions." Educators: There will be a workshop on November 30 for teachers who want to bring their students to learn about Celentano. Read the news release for more info.

Exhibition • November 20, 2010 - January 16, 2011
Hallie Ford Museum of Art • 700 State St., Salem • 503.370.6855

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 17, 2010 at 8:50 | Comments (0)


Tuesday 11.16.10

Film + Installation: Tomonari Nishikawa

Tomonari Nishikawa, film still

Cinema Project presents Japanese filmmaker and installation artist Tomonari Nishikawa's Everyday Exercise. "Nishikawa's approach may seem scientific - a search for organic patterns, a critical examination through single-framing techniques, multiple lenses, or dual projection - and yet the resulting images are more playful and lyrical...Extending from the screen, Nishikawa also creates installation pieces, often using pinhole cameras as his starting point to bring attention to spatial arrangements." The presentation will be a 3-day event held at Disjecta, including a screening of Nishikawa's films, an artist lecture, and the opening of his newest installation, Yamanote Loop, which "explores everyday views around one of Japan's busiest railway lines coming full circle."

November 19, 20, & 21 • 6pm, 7:30pm, & 5pm
Cinema Project at Disjecta • 8371 N Interstate

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 16, 2010 at 10:23 | Comments (1)


Monday 11.15.10

Turner Prize and CNAA's

Art21 has a nice summary judgment of this year's Turner Prize candidates. Im definitely for Otilith Group too (I'm a sucker for extra geeky snappy-looking shows), which means they probably won't win.

As we have seen with the Contemporary Northwest Art Awards these types of show rarely pick the strongest artist in that iteration's show... it's kind of an institutional hallmark to pick something blander... the bigger the institution the less willing they are to make consequential decisions about taste (instead they follow). BTW The CNAA's are underway again and will take place in June 2011. Will they prove consequential like the Turner Prize was in the 90's (less so now but still major) or just another navel gazing exercise in things we already know about the region? The last one wasn't bad but it wasn't terribly influential either and didn't really pose a challenge to the NW identity. Also, there wont be an outside curator this time to winnow down the nominees like last time, just a panel of PAM's photography Northwest and contemporary curators and the director... yes a panel.

Only time will tell if they need to remind everyone that... (more)

Posted by Jeff Jahn on November 15, 2010 at 15:10 | Comments (0)



Heidi Schwegler

Disjecta presents HOLD, an installation of sculpture, audio and projection by Heidi Schwegler. Together, the elements of the project "speak of a moment of anguish. In conventional warfare two opponents confront one another and inflict damage until one side is defeated. Personal struggle, however, is a battle in which the enemy is not external; the enemy is the self. Situated in the mind, it manifests physically within the body and is particularly insidious; it is unnecessary and the opponent does not exist. Outside the mind and body, inner angst is mostly unseen."

Opening reception • 6-10pm • November 19
Disjecta • 8371 N Interstate • 503.286.9449

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 15, 2010 at 7:51 | Comments (0)


Sunday 11.14.10

students + photographers

Orlo, a local environmental arts nonprofit, is throwing itself an 18th birthday party, and asking Portland's student artists to participate. Accepted artwork will be exhibited during the event and entered into a silent auction. Artists get a free ticket + 1 and 20% of sales proceeds. (For what it's worth: These sorts of deals are terrible for established artists, and we here at PORT usually skip 'em. But for student artists, it's not such a bad way to get yourself out there.) Submissions should loosely address the theme "Food and Landscape." Work is due by December 2, and you should contact jess_fogel@hotmail.com for details because the call for artists isn't on their website.

The Texas Photographic Society is hosting its third photographic portfolio competition juried by Chris Bennett, director of Newspace. Two portfolios will be featured, one by an emerging photographer and one by a mid-career photographer. Entrants must be current members of TPS. The deadline is December 13, and you can learn more on their website.

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 14, 2010 at 17:48 | Comments (0)


Thursday 11.11.10

Magnitudes and Increments

left: Peter Happel Christian, right: Dan Gilsdorf

Clark College's Archer Gallery presents Magnitudes and Increments, an exhibition by Peter Happel Christian and Dan Gilsdorf. "Both artists interact with the world by measuring, reducing, and recording it through a range of media. The processes vary for the artists, but both Gilsdorf and Happel Christian engage in systematic methods of artmaking in order to gain understanding of what is more true than real, more poignant than scientific."

Happel Christian's artist talk • PUB 161, 4pm • November 13
Gilsdorf's artist talk • PUB 161, 7pm • November 16
Opening reception • 5-7pm • November 13
Archer Gallery • 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver, WA, Penguin Union Building • 360.992.2246

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 11, 2010 at 8:19 | Comments (0)


Wednesday 11.10.10

Artitecture lecture at AiA

AiA with Infradraft installation by Damien Gilley

With all of its changes in the past 10 years it's no surprise that Portland's art scene is particularly interested in architecture, construction and the design of space.

Tomorrow, in conjunction with his exhibition Infradraft at AIA Portland Damien Gilley has put together The Artist Constructor, an evening lecture series in which 6 artist/critic/creatives will speak about select topics under the umbrella of architecture and space. Each 15 minute lecture by Salvatore Reda, Laura Hughes, myself, Victor Maldonado, Randy Rapaport, Damien Gilley should present a variety of approaches and philosophies at work in the city before a concluding discussion about the ramifications of these approaches.

November 11th | doors 6pm | Lectures 6:30pm
Refreshments provided by Widmer Brewing
AiA Center for Architecture
403 NW 11th Avenue

Posted by Jeff Jahn on November 10, 2010 at 13:16 | Comments (1)


Judd Catalog Release Party

Judd Art ©Judd Foundation. Licensed by VAGA, NYC.

The illustrated exhibition guide for last spring's Judd Conference, organized and hosted by PORTstars Arcy Douglass and Jeff Jahn, is being released this Friday. The catalog explores the exhibition at UO's White Box that was concurrent with the conference, and includes new essays by curators Peter Ballantine and Jeff Jahn. Funded in part by RACC, the exhibition guide will be available for free at the opening, which also features, wine, snacks, conversation, and remarks at 7:15pm.

Catalog release party • 6:30-8pm • November 12
Monograph Bookwerks • 5005 NE 27th Ave • 503.284.5005

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 10, 2010 at 12:25 | Comments (0)


Tuesday 11.09.10

PAM Annual Book Sale

Portland Art Museum, Mark Building

Support your local art museum: "Discover great book bargains at the Crumpacker Family Library's annual sale featuring thousands of donated new and used art books at a fraction of the full retail price. This event is the perfect opportunity to stock bookshelves at home or school, or to get a head start on holiday shopping while benefiting the Portland Art Museum. Two days only, so don't miss out!"

Day 1 • 10am-5pm • November 13
Day 2 • 12pm-5pm • November 14
Portland Art Museum • 1219 SW Park • Miller Gallery, Mark Building

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 09, 2010 at 15:25 | Comments (0)


Monday 11.08.10

Nationale: Radon & Rothenberg

Lisa Radon

Nationale presents Silence is a Blessed Hell: The Po(aesth)etics of Excision, a lecture/performance by local arts writer Lisa Radon. "Going, going, gone? Cut it out, cut it up, or otherwise erase parts of found text or image; excision is a big piece of contemporary practice in both visual arts and poetics...[The event] addresses work made via excision that also asks questions about the broader implications of the practice."

Lecformance • 6pm • November 10 • $3

Rikki Rothenberg

Opening this weekend at Nationale: Rikki Rothenberg's For Begüm. "Stemming from her pieces If I Were a Better Artist: For You Soldier and The Reiki Masters, this new work on paper is at once Rothenberg's own interpretation of the idea of beautification and her calling upon healing energies via the abstracted shapes of her experiences and imaginations."

Opening reception • 6-8pm • November 12
Artist performance • 6pm • December 5

Both events:
Nationale • 811 E Burnside • 503.477.9786

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 08, 2010 at 20:16 | Comments (0)


Monday Links

Ai Weiwei's supporters "celebrate" the demolition of his studio. The artist says he is to be released from house arrest Sunday.

In case you didn't catch it, PORT expanded our analysis of the YU contemporary art center project significantly last week. YU itself has updated its website with more info.

Artist Tony Fitzpatrick discusses his moths and why New Orleans is special on Artnet.

Posted by Jeff Jahn on November 08, 2010 at 12:08 | Comments (0)


Friday 11.05.10

Interlocution: an interview with Robert Storr

Robert Storr is one of today's most eminent curators as well as an artist and arguably a philosopher. Currently he is dean of the Yale School of Art. He was the artistic director of the 2007 Venice Biennale and Curator of the Department of Painting and Sculpture at MoMA for over a decade. I had the opportunity to listen to him lecture this April at the Donald Judd conference "Invenit non fecit." I spoke with him after the conference and he agreed to this interview.

Q. Kirk Varnedoe has had a huge influence on many, how has his example influenced you and your work?

A. Those most influenced by Kirk were his students, and beyond that people who worked under his direct supervision on the various exhibitions he organized. Frequently his assistants were... (more)

Posted by Alex Rauch on November 05, 2010 at 12:11 | Comments (0)



David Hume Kennerly photographs George H.W. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald Ford, and Richard Nixon at the 1991 dedication of the Reagan Library

The PAM Photography Council presents Photography Inside the Presidential Bubble, a conversation between Eric Draper, David Hume Kennerly, and Barbara Kinney. The three were photographers who served under former Presidents George W. Bush, Gerald Ford, and Bill Clinton, gaining a rare perspective on the inside of the "presidential bubble." Mike Davis, the lead White House picture editor during George W. Bush's first term, will moderate. Tickets are $10 members, $20 members, on sale in advance.

Photojournalism talk • 3-5pm • November 7
Portland Art Museum • 1219 SW Park • 503.226.2811

Lynn Woods Turner
Lynn Woods Turner, "Untitled (No. 940)"

Join exhibition curator Stephanie Snyder, poet Bill Berkson, exhibition artists L&eagrave;onie Guyer and Lynne Woods Turner, and Portland artist Michelle Ross for a symposium on abstraction in conjunction with the ongoing Cooley Gallery exhibition, ABSTRACT. The conversation will explore "the history, practices, and nature of abstraction."

Abstraction talk • 6-9pm • November 10
Reed College • 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd • Room TBA

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 05, 2010 at 11:53 | Comments (0)


Thursday 11.04.10

First Weekend Picks November 2010

Appendix Collective

NAAU presents Tropical Depression, a collection of new work by Portland's Appendix Collective: Maggie Casey, Zachary Davis, Joshua Pavlacky and Benjamin Young. "For each artist, form and approach are guided by the properties of their materials and by parameters set by the group. From within their system of collective practice, the artists grapple with the intangible nature of information technologies and systems, and the growing difficulty in distinguishing between the manufactured and the naturally occurring."

Opening reception • 6-9pm • November 5
New American Art Union • 922 SE Ankeny • 503.231.8294

(More: Josh Smith at MP5, Mariana Tres at MP5, Jonathan Leach at Gallery Homeland, Look Behind You at Worksound, PSU art alums at Autzen, and a moving sculpture by Evertt Biedler.)

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 04, 2010 at 16:32 | Comments (0)


Wednesday 11.03.10

37th NW Film & Video Fest


The NW Film Center presents the 37th annual Northwest Film & Video Festival. For eight days, they'll present workshops, panels, parties, and, of course, films celebrating the Northwest film community.

Film fest • November 5-13, 2010
NW Film Center • Whitsell Auditorium • 1219 SW Park

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 03, 2010 at 17:37 | Comments (0)


Tuesday 11.02.10

YU contemporary art center goes public

The Old Yale Union (YU) Laundry building in a bid to be the serious contemporary art center Portland has been wanting.

The unveiling of the YU contemporary art center on November 2 in Portland felt both energizing and overly familiar. On the positive side an LLC holding company (under control of founders Curtis Knapp and Aaron Flint Jamison) already owns the building and seeks to transfer ownership of the former Yale Union Laundry building to YU (acronym for Yale Union) a 501(c)3 non profit arts institution. Located in the inner SE industrial district YU is in an ideal location. The team has already donated and carried out a feasibility study by BOORA, which requires 5-7,000,000 for build out and seismic upgrades (though 10-$20,000,000 seems much more prudent for endowing the programs). Yu already has some finished renovations like the impressive kitchen for major events.

a mere 1/3rd of the main gallery space.

The plan is multidisciplinary, with 14,000 sq feet of contemporary exhibition space, 4 artist residency spaces, a 100 seat auditorium/flex space... (much more)

Posted by Jeff Jahn on November 02, 2010 at 21:19 | Comments (1)


First Thursday Picks November 2010

Ansel Adams, "Oak tree, snow storm, Yosemite, California," 1948

Charles Hartman presents Ansel Adams: Photographs 1920s-1960s. "Focusing on the heart of Adams' rich career, this selection of photographs features many of Adams' famous classic images as well as lesser known gems that serve both to contextualize and inform our understanding of the depth of Adams' oeuvre."

Opening reception • 6-9pm • November 4
Charles Hartman Fine Art • 134 NW 8th • 503.287.3886

(More: Blakely Dadson & Jose Guinto at Chambers@916, Mark Woolley brings Stephen Scott Smith to Breeze Block, Vanessa Renwick at PDX Across the Hall, Gunwoo Kim at PSU's MK Gallery, Damien Gilley at AiA Portland, Cassandra C. Jones at PNCA.)

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 02, 2010 at 18:07 | Comments (0)


Monday 11.01.10

artist opportunities

CoCA Seattle is seeking submissions for their 2010 juried exhibition, Memory Upgrade. This year's juror is Juan Alonso; he'll present one $500 first prize, a $250 second prize, and three honorable mentions. The deadline for submissions is November 15. You can download more details and submit your application online via the CoCA website.

(More: Regional juried exhibition at Boise State University, glass artist residencies at the Tacoma Museum of Glass, art adjunct positions at Clark College, and racial-political art for Criminales Todos.)

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 01, 2010 at 14:54 | Comments (0)


Venice Outside Venice


Reed College presents a lecture by Patricia Fornini Brown, "Venice Outside Venice: Toward a Cultural Geography of the Venetian Empire." Brown is a professor emerita in art and archaeology at Princeton, specializing in the art of Renaissance Venice. The lecture will explore "the creation of Venetian identity through art and architecture from the Italian mainland to the islands of the Mediterranean."

Art historian lecture • 7pm • November 1
Reed College • 3203 SE Woodstock Blvd • Vollum lecture hall

Posted by Megan Driscoll on November 01, 2010 at 0:13 | Comments (0)

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