Many of this winter’s gallery offerings take us into the past, while some curators reach across the nation or the globe to compile collections and other artists indulge their far-out visions. Check out Oregon Arts Watch’s visual arts picks for late fall 2016.
Late fall visual arts picks
Journeys through time, between places, and even to extremes abound in Portland’s holiday visual arts scene.
By Oregon Arts Watch | November 15, 2016 (Updated November 15, 2016)
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Launched in 1981, Elizabeth Leach Gallery has focused on presenting prominent Northwest and internationally established artists working in a wide variety of contemporary media. The gallery is open Tuesday through Saturday from…
Founded in 2013 by Theo Downes-Le Guin, Upfor presents emerging and established artists working in digital and other mediums. The 1,700-square-foot gallery offers a versatile exhibition and performance space in Portland’s visual…
Disjecta builds ambitious programs that promote artists and engage communities. Called one of Portland’s top 10 cultural hotspots by The Guardian and “one of the Pacific Northwest’s most vital and important arts…