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RICHARD SPEER
Tuesday May 21
Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer
700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall
 
Curator Alex Frum zooms in on the human head as an aesthetic trope in the 11-artist show HEADS. Painters, illustrators and a sculptor interpret the subject matter in a contemporary light, even as they nod and wink at antecedents like the classical bust and cheesy photographic “head shots.” Frum is a fashion portrait photographer, and his eye for intense saturation and sharp angles guided his selection of artists for this exhibition, among whom are painter Dan Ness and mixed-media artist Richard Schemmerer. Through June 9.

 



Where: Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer
Phone: 503-998-4152
Address: 700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall
Website: www.markwoolley.com

 
 

Mark Woolley Gallery @ Pioneer

700 SW 5th Ave., 3rd floor, Pioneer Place Mall
Portland, OR
97204
 
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