August 2, 2005 - Portland Art International - September/October 2005
August 2, 2005

September/October 2005

PORTLAND ART FOCUS
September/October 2005

Portland Art International 2005

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Image: Stefanie Schneider, Radha Shooting, C-print.

The world is coming to Portland, Oregon
September/October 2005

International artists, adventurous curators, cutting-edge performances and never-before-seen treasures converge in Portland, Oregon.

Portland Art International 2005
The Portland Art Dealers Association presents international exhibitions this September and October. Oregons foremost galleries provide a platform for contemporary fine art from near and abroad. Exhibitions include: Argentine-born Italian Silvia Levenson; Jessica Loughlin and Kristy Edmunds from Australia; Austrias Erwin Wurm; from Great Britain Hockney, Hirst, Opie; Czechoslovakian printmakers; German photographers – Bernd and Hilla Becher, Candida Hofer, Stephanie Schneider; Inuit sculpture; an international survey of glass; Japans Masao Yamamoto and Ritsuko Ozeki; the Netherlands Govert Heikoop; New Zealand sculptor Terry Stringer; and Swiss painter Claudio Tschopp. Regional shows include Gregory Grenon, Cris Bruch, Northwest Coast carvings, Stephen ODonnell, Robert Yoder, and Laurie Reid curating Bay Area artists.

PADA members are: Augen Gallery, Blackfish Gallery, Bullseye Connection Gallery, Butters Gallery Ltd., Alysia Duckler Gallery, Froelick Gallery, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, PDX Contemporary Art, Pulliam Deffenbaugh Gallery, Quintana Gallery, Laura Russo Gallery, Mark Woolley Gallery.
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art: Time-Based Art Festival Sept. 9-18, 2005 “Innovative, provocative and enviable” – Real Time Arts
The Time-Based Art Festival pushes boundaries, introducing work of global consequence by bold contemporary artists.

TBA:05 is 10 days of moving bodies, images and sound on the stages and streets of Portland, Ores September and October. Oregons foremost galleries provide a platform for contemporary fine art from near and abroad. Exhibitions include: Argentine-born Italian Silvia Levenson; Jessica Loughlin and Kristy Edmunds from Australia; Austrias Erwin Wurm; from Great Britain Hockney, Hirst, Opie; Czechoslovakian printmakers; German photographers – Bernd and Hilla Becher, Candida Hofer, Stephanie Schneider; Inuit sculpture; an international survey of glass; Japans Masao Yamamoto and Ritsuko Ozeki; the Netherlands Govert Heikoop; New Zealand sculptor Terry Stringer; and Swiss painter Claudio Tschopp. Regional shows include Gregory Grenon, Cris Bruch, Northwest Coast carvings, Stephen ODonnell, Robert Yoder, and Laurie Reid curating Bay Area artists.

PADA members are: Augen Gallery, Blackfish Gallery, Bullseye Connection Gallery, Butters Gallery Ltd., Alysia Duckler Gallery, Froelick Gallery, Elizabeth Leach Gallery, PDX Contemporary Art, Pulliam Deffenbaugh Gallery, Quintana Gallery, Laura Russo Gallery, Mark Woolley Gallery.
Portland Institute for Contemporary Art: Time-Based Art Festival Sept. 9-18, 2005 “Innovative, provocative and enviable” – Real Time Arts
The Time-Based Art Festival pushes boundaries, introducing work of global consequence by bold contemporary artists.

TBA:05 is 10 days of moving bodies, images and sound on the stages and streets of Portland, Oregon, including: Wally Cardona,Tracey and the Plastics, Lone Twin, Guy Dartnell, Kota Yamazaki, Ivana Mller, Faustin Linyekula and many more.
Tickets available now: 503.224.PICA
Pacific Northwest College of Art: Troca Brasil
Sept. 1 – Oct. 22, 2005
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) Feldman Gallery Project Space presents Troca Brasil, an exhibition and cultural exchange with A Gentil Carioca of Rio de Janeiro. Internationally renowned artist Ernesto Neto, and four other artists from the Brazilian gallery – Laura Lima, Marcio Botner, Thiago Rocha Pitta and Marssares – exhibit and lecture at PNCA.
AFFAIR @ the Jupiter Hotel
Sept. 30 – Oct. 2, 2005
Organized by Stuart Horodner
This intimately scaled art fair brings together emerging artists from the United States and beyond. Approximately 40 participating dealers and guest curators will set up temporary exhibitions in rooms at the trend-setting Jupiter Hotel in Portland; there will be art on the beds, on the walls, in closets and in bathrooms. Collectors and arts professionals take part in lively discussions, impromptu parties and local tours.
The Portland Art Museum: Center for Modern and Contemporary Art
GRAND OPENING Oct. 2, 2005
Celebrate Cezanne, Monet, Lichtenstein and more at the opening of the new 28,000-square-foot Center for Modern and Contemporary Art (CMCA)gon, including: Wally Cardona,Tracey and the Plastics, Lone Twin, Guy Dartnell, Kota Yamazaki, Ivana Mller, Faustin Linyekula and many more.
Tickets available now: 503.224.PICA
Pacific Northwest College of Art: Troca Brasil
Sept. 1 – Oct. 22, 2005
Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) Feldman Gallery Project Space presents Troca Brasil, an exhibition and cultural exchange with A Gentil Carioca of Rio de Janeiro. Internationally renowned artist Ernesto Neto, and four other artists from the Brazilian gallery – Laura Lima, Marcio Botner, Thiago Rocha Pitta and Marssares – exhibit and lecture at PNCA.
Oregon Ballet Theatre: Fall Program
October 7-16, 2005
Newmark Theatre
This romantic season-opening program features a world-premiere from Artistic Director, Christopher Stowell, specifically choreographed for the intimacy of the Newmark Theatre. Jerome Robbins’ In The Night gives sensuous shape and form to Chopin’s Nocturnes. In addition, OBT welcomes international audience charmer Julia Adam for the company premiere of her highly acclaimed Angelo.
For tickets call 503.2.BALLET
Compagnie Marie Chouinard: bODY_rEMIX/gOLDBERG _variations
Oct. 13-15, 2005
Lincoln Hall, Portland State University
The White Bird/PSU Dance Series presents the North American premiere of the newest work by one of Montreal’s most innovative dance companies, set to a score inspired by Bach’s “Goldberg Variations.” Marie Chouinard’s 10 remarkable dancers will use different devices, such as crutches, rope and bars, in a dynamic succession of solos, duets and ensemble sections that will plumb the insoluble mystery of the living being. Call for information, subscriptions at the Portland Art Museum. Housing a broad spectrum of media in a survey of modern art, including the Museum’s Clement Greenberg Collection of Mid-20th Century art, the CMCA will also present the only museum galleries north of San Francisco and west of Chicago dedicated solely to photography.

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