It is the end of an era as Appendix presents its last show Sallymander by Alex Felton. What constitutes the most culturally significant garage in Northeast Portland the appendix guys and a few gals have done great things with an internationally relevant outlook for the past 5 years. Not certain what to expect but the words, "a kind of encyclopedia made into farce," jumped out at me from the press release.
Opening Reception: October 4, 8 - 11:30 PM
located in the south alley between 26th and 27th Avenues off of NE Alberta St.
Marc Roder has curated a show comprised of artists from Miami, New York and Portland to explore the darkness that lurks in the hearts of mankind (maybe congress too?). Hearts of Darkness includes; Johannes DeYoung, Michael Endo, Malia Jensen, Jordan Massengale, Rachel Phillips, Marc Roder and Janice Sloane.
Hearts of Darkness | Oct 4 - Oct 25 2013
Reception October 4, 7-10 pm
2505 SE 11th Ave.
CLUB PAINT is back at Rock's Box to perpetrate a show called, "Nobody Loves You When You are Old and Gay." True, Sir Iam Mckellen's continued life may utterly refute the thesis here but the last show was a hilarious romp worth revisiting
. Club Paint is: Erin Allen, Keith Boadwee and Isaac Gray.
Club Paint | October 5 - November 17, 2013
Reception: Saturday, October 5, 2013, 8 - 11pm
6540 N. Interstate Ave.
Sora ni by Sueharu Fukami (photo Takashi Hatakeyama)
Sueharu Fukami is Japan's greatest contemporary ceramicist and as the 3rd in their series of art exhibitions celebrating the Portland Japanese Garden's 50th anniversary they are pairing his exquisite works with images by departed art patron and photographer Jean Vollum whose glacial ice images have a nice sonority with Fukami's blue-white qingbai
Titled, "A Distant View: The Porcelain Sculpture of Sueharu Fukami with Photographs by Jean Vollum." It is accompanied with a lecture at the Portland Art Museum on October 5th.
A Distant View: The Porcelain Sculpture of Sueharu Fukami with Photographs by Jean Vollum
October 5 - November 17, 2013
Lecture: October 5th 2- 4pm at PAM
Portland Japanese Garden
611 SW Kingston Ave
The Art Gym presents a 30 year retrospective by installation artist Fernanda D'Agostino: The Method of Loci
"Inspired by the method of loci, an ancient system that employed imaginary buildings and gardens to help the user memorize and recall epic poetry and history, the artist has redesigned the gallery's interior architecture to create a series of dramatic, theatrical environments in which video projections and sculpture drawn from the artist's current and past work evoke personal and cultural memory."
The Method of Loci | October 6 - December 8
Reception: October 6, 3 to 5pm
The Art Gym at Marylhurst University
17600 Pacific Highway
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