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Monthly Archives: September 2005


Intersect, inspire, influence, and other words that start with the letter “i.” About the intersection of art and fashion design (or design in general)…because this is an intensely visual art weekend…what would it look like if a designer sought inspiration for a collection from the visual arts? From Tatlin: Boccioni: or Vautier:

You’re Not Dead Yet…

Ellen George We are telling everyone we see about Fresh Trouble (4246 SE Belmont), this year’s warehouse show spilling over with a generous slice of Portland’s most interesting artists. It’s not too late to get into some trouble. There will be an open house on Friday eve from 6-9 PM and Saturdays and Sundays from […]

Gallery HOMELAND Move

One of our favorites, artist and now gallerist, Paige Saez, writes to say that the new gallery she’s opening with Paul Middendorf, Gallery Homeland, will be in a new location! Actually, it’s old new, the Hall Gallery space at 620 SE 3rd, just north of Montage. We’d follow Paige Saez anywhere. (Visual point of reference: […]

Our Affair

While we’re thrilled about the opening of PAM’s Modern and Contemporary wing, we’re even more excited about the art fair across the river. In its second year The Affair @ The Jupiter Hotel, shoehorns thirty galleries into the balcony rooms overlooking The Jupiter Hotel’s central courtyard turning the Jupiter into a dynamic temporary contemporary exhibition […]

Q6 Showcase

Basil Childers, one of the photographers featured at q6 during The Affair. With q6 talent in its new digs in The Jupiter Hotel, and in their very visual business, it’s natural Justin Habel and Jonny Shultz would get something good together to coincide with this weekend’s art fair, The Affair @ The Jupiter Hotel. Shultz […]