Pander Brothers, Fabrication/Corrosion

They call Los Angeles the City of Angels…


Visual Arts
When Portland art stars defect to Los Angeles (Miranda July, anyone?), it kinda smarts. Which is one reason it’s so refreshing that brothers Jacob and Arnold Pander still call Stumptown home, ev   More
 
Wednesday, August 13, 2014 RICHARD SPEER

Anonymous Women, Eva Lake

Independent women, part 3.


Visual Arts
Don’t you just love it when poetic men insist that women are stand-ins for something other than, well, women? Shakespeare famously compared his lady love to a summer’s day, while Lord Byron    More
 
Wednesday, April 16, 2014 RICHARD SPEER

Eye River

Supersize versions of old logging tools.


Visual Arts
If you’ve walked, biked or driven down Southeast Clay Street in recent weeks, you may have noticed Portland’s newest public art. They’re three sculptures by artist Linda Wysong, collective   More
 
Wednesday, March 26, 2014 RICHARD SPEER

Deville Cohen, ZERO

There are heroes and there are zeros.


Visual Arts
When you enter Disjecta’s main exhibition space, you’re confronted with an 8-foot-high wall wrapping around something you can’t see. It’s dingy and cheap-looking, made out of white scree   More
 
Wednesday, February 12, 2014 RICHARD SPEER

Joshua Lutz, Hesitating Beauty

Lend me your eyes...


Visual Arts
Childhood memories often play through the 8 mm lens of The Wonder Years, set on a Slip ’N Slide behind a picket fence on a sunny day. Think harder, though, and you’ll remember more bogeyman-fi   More
 
Wednesday, November 13, 2013 RICHARD SPEER

Tom Cramer and Sherrie Wolf

With art like this, who needs porn?


Visual Arts
Rainy autumn skies have arrived in Portland, but inside the Laura Russo Gallery, spring is still in full bloom. In Tom Cramer’s Continuum and Sherrie Wolf’s Stills, flowers take center stage.    More
 
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 RICHARD SPEER

Nepenthes and Inversion: +/-

New public art pieces inspire, infuriate.


Visual Arts
Two newish public-art sculptures have appeared in Portland in recent months. One is on the west side, the other on the east. And one is an aesthetic atrocity, the other an epiphany. First, the   More
 
Wednesday, July 3, 2013 RICHARD SPEER

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