Adam Sorensen, "Tabernacle," 2011
PAM's APEX series continues with recent work by Adam Sorensen. "Meticulously executed landscape paintings shimmer with natural and neon-like colors... these images are harbingers of environmental degradation, with some paintings suggesting global warming and a resulting glacial meltdown."
Sorensen combines sugar pop luminescence with the zigzagging planes and sheer grading of ukiyo-e. You can see a side by side in October when PAM opens The Artist's Touch, The Craftsman's Hand: Three Centuries of Japanese Prints
Exhibition • September 3 - January 1, 2012
Portland Art Museum
• 1219 SW Park • 503.226.2811
from "Out of language"
Josh Smith and Jenene Nagy meld minds in Out of language
, their first artistic collaboration. The curatorial duo is known for ambitious programming at Tilt, Project Space and TILT: Export, but now they explore "ideas of the unknown, duality and structure" at Linfield Gallery. The exhibit includes individual works as well as their first joint piece.
Opening reception • 2-4pm • September 3
• 900 SE Baker St, McMinnville, OR • Miller Fine Arts Center • 503.883.2804
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