Isaac Tin Wei Lin’s new work at Adams and Ollman might be too bright to handle on a sunny day. Chromatic Intercession juxtaposes vibrant acrylic paintings with pen-and-ink drawings on paper. The ten
Traveling to Armenia to reconnect with an absentee father.
Diana Markosian’s father would fit well
in an Everclear song. During her childhood, he would vanish without
explanation for months at a time, then return as if nothing had
happened. His stor
Hannes Wingate’s The Burnside Nest, Portland’s newest public artwork, looks like a bird’s nest on steroids.
spherical sculpture is built to resemble an oversized bird’s nest. Way
The sun is setting through a line of
trees, casting a golden glow upon a man who lies sleeping alongside a
dirt road. Except he’s not sleeping—he’s dead.
chilling revelation hits yo
Cultural anthropologists have long held that facial
symmetry is one of the prime criteria by which we judge other people’s
attractiveness. So where does that leave people with asymmetrical faces
When you think of crumpled paper, you
tend to think of creative screw-ups: the proverbial novelist, frustrated
at not conjuring the right words, wadding up a sheet of paper and
chucking it in th
If you grew up in suburbia, the hairs on
the back of your neck are apt to stand up as you make your way through
the creepy Proustian labyrinth that is Stephen Scott Smith’s Seeyouyousee.