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Friday 01.07.11

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First Weekend Picks January 2011

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Delaney Allen

Nationale presents Delaney Allen's In Visibility. "In the vein of early pictorialists, Allen obscures the archetype of photography as documentation through the synthesis of abstract and found imagery." The show runs through January 30th.

Opening reception • 6-9pm • January 7
Artist talk • 7pm • January 26
Nationale • 811 E Burnside Suite 112 • 503.477.9786


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Tedd Nash Pomaski, "Untitled (Static Field)"

Golden Rule presents Tedd Nash Pomaski's Willful Obedience, a collection of graphite drawings the explore his years of practice. The works "seek equilibrium between the polarities of light and dark, absence and presence, movement and stillness, past and future, pleasure and pain." The show runs through January 30.

Opening reception • 7-10pm • January 7
Golden Rule Gallery • 811 E Burnside Suite 122 • 503.477.5124


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Mickalene Thomas, "Why Can't We Just Sit Down and Talk it Over"

Safety in Numbers? Images of African American Identity and Community opens at PAM this weekend. The show pulls from the museum's collection as well as private lenders for photographs, drawings, and prints that "explore the ways in which isolation, community, and the search for identity affected African Americans during the 20th century."

Exhibition • January 7 - April 17, 2011
Portland Art Museum • 1219 SW Park • 503.226.2811


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Vance Feldman, a panel of the ForeverScape

The Globe, a new café / alt art space that replaced Jace Gace, presents Vance Feldman's ForeverScape. The ForeverScape is a drawing and illustration project that the artist has committed to working on throughout his life, expanding it infinitely horizontally and vertically. At The Globe, Feldman will display the first 300 original pieces, in addition to a sound reactive version of the animated illustration. The show goes through February 5.

Opening reception • 6pm-midnight • January 8
The Globe • 2045 SE Belmont • 503.488.5701

Posted by Megan Driscoll on January 07, 2011 at 20:53 | Comments (0)


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