Exhibitions

Image: Corey Arnold, Blind Leader, 2015

Corey Arnold: Aleutian Dreams

Location: Charles A. Hartman Fine Art (134 NW 8th Avenue)
Days/Hours: Thursday – Saturday 11am – 5pm
Opening Reception: First Thursday
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Corey Arnold is a photographer and Alaskan commercial fisherman. A graduate of the Academy of Art in San Francisco, Arnold lives and works in Portland, Oregon the nine months of the year that he is not fishing. His work has been exhibited internationally, and his images published in The Paris Review, The New Yorker, Artweek, American Photo, Juxtapoz, National Geographic, Rolling Stone, and Outside.

Image: Amjad Faur

Amjad Faur: A Scythe Across the Night Sky

Location: PDX Contemporary Art (925 NW Flanders St.)
Days/Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 6pm
Opening Reception: First Thursday
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An exhibition of Amjad Faur’s opulent, arresting photography that examines ISIS’s ongoing destruction of antiquities and territorial conquest.

Image: Brendan Fernandes

Dominant Form: Gestures in Recent Photography & Video

Location: Newspace Center for Photography (1632 SE 10th Ave.)
Days/Hours: Monday – Thursday 10am – 10pm; Friday – Sunday 10am – 6pm
Opening Reception: First Friday
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Dominant Form is a group exhibition of photography and video that examines physical gestures as reflections of societal structures. Curated by Yaelle Amir.

Image by Steven Seidenberg

Steven Seidenberg

Location: Passages Bookshop (1223 NE MLK Blvd)
Days/Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 12:00 to 6:00pm
Closing Reception & Conversation: Saturday, 4/22, 6:00 – 9:00pm
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Passages Bookshop presents an exhibition of photographs from Berlin and Tokyo by San Francisco artist Steven Seidenberg. Seidenberg’s work scrutinizes and celebrates overlooked features of the vernacular urban environment. In extraordinarily detailed large-format digital prints, Seidenberg combines aesthetic rigor and technical finesse with archaeological, philosophical, and poetic concerns. On April 22nd, artist Steven Seidenberg and archaeologist Carolyn White will discuss their collaborative work investigating the organization and inhabitation of contemporary and historic spaces in widely dispersed locales

Image: Jordan Sullivan

Jordan Sullivan: Death Valley

Location: Ampersand (2916 NE Alberta St)
Days/Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 11am – 6pm
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Sullivan’s solo exhibition collects photographs made during repeated visits to California’s Death Valley, furthering his interest in preserving the experience of time and space within landscape.

Image: Christopher Rauschenberg

Christopher Rauschenberg: Poland

Location: Elizabeth Leach Gallery (417 NW 9th Ave.)
Days/Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30am – 5:30pm
Opening Reception: April 5th, 6 – 8pm
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Inspired by his travels to Poland in 2016, Christopher Rauschenberg continues his passionate pursuit of documenting the everyday with quietly compelling compositions.

Image: Susan Seubert, Twink

Not a Day Goes By: Images by Susan Seubert

Location: Froelick Gallery (714 NW Davis St.)
Days/Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10:30am – 5:30pm
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Originating as an exploration of suicide, these images seek to illustrate the ultimate moment of choice between being and nothingness. The viewer’s reflection appears in these mirrored surfaces.

Image: Rick Stare

Rick Stare: Recent Work

Location: Butters Gallery (157 NE Grand Ave.)
Days/Hours: Wednesday – Saturday 11am – 5pm
Opening Reception: First Thursday
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Butters Gallery is pleased to feature photographer Rick Stare who captures the world reflected in mountain waters of the Northwest. 

Parting Shots: Minor White’s Images of Portland, 1938-1942

Location: Architectural Heritage Center (701 SE Grand Ave)
Days/Hours: Wednesday – Saturday, 10am – 5pm
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Parting Shots examines nationally renowned 20th-century photographer Minor White, focusing on some of his earliest work when he was in Portland between 1938-1942. White was commissioned to document what amounted to the end of an era for some of the city’s most important early architecture. Working first with the New Deal-sponsored Oregon Art Project, and later the Portland Art Museum, the images White captured of grand-yet-dilapidated Portland buildings are both beautiful and haunting.

Image: Jamila Clarke, She Wrote Nothing at All (2016 Juror's Award)

PDX 30 at LightBox Photographic

Location: 1045 Marine Drive, Astoria, Oregon
Days/Hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 5:30pm
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 8th,  6 – 9pm
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Taking Pictures: 2017

Location: Black Box Gallery (811 E. Burnside #212)
Days/Hours: Thursday – Friday, 12pm – 4pm
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Black Box Gallery is pleased to present an open-themed, juried group show this April.

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Submission deadline is March 31st.

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