The Art Newspaper reports on single painting blockbuster shows
, yes the Portland Art Museum's upcoming Titian show is mentioned. I much prefer these types of shows to filling a room full of gilded heirlooms and besides it is great that a single painting can command such attention. Anyways, it is not like West Coast museums are swimming in Titians the rest of the time.
I must have missed it with all of the travel but Portland Architecture reported on the design team chosen to renovate the Coliseum
Chris Burden, Three Ghost Ships, 1991
Installation at Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills 1996 (Photo: Douglas M. Parker Studio)
Also, in case you missed it in PORT's big article on PAM's new identity
last week but at the end of October we are going to be treated to a pretty major Chris Burden installation at PAM
. Burden's Ghost Ships are one of my very favorite works of all time (with interesting political overtones today) and it opens October 22nd. This is the sort of solo show that PORT readers are hungry for from Portland's major art institutions.
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