Throughlines: Connections in the Collection

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Every Wednesday–Sunday, through November 1
Portland Art Museum Southwest Portland (Portland)
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Pulling directly from the museum's collections, Throughlines: Connections in the Collection explores "a range of artistic innovation" from across different geographies, cultures, and time periods. Sound vague? Maybe a little bit! But PAM's curators have arranged the exhibition's artworks into playful process- and material-based groupings organized under a few loose themes: portraiture and representation, views of the land and environment, and unexpected uses of imagery, ephemeral materials, and color. The format should serve as a jumping-off point for some fun convos about the artistic process. I'm excited to see Dinh Q. Lê's high-definition chromogenic prints and a rare sculpture from Kehinde Wiley's The World Stage series. The exhibition should also get visitors jazzed for the museum's forthcoming Mark Rothko Pavilion, which will offer "an elegant and fluid connection between [the museum's] two buildings." (They’re currently connected underground via stairs and elevators.) The multi-year expansion and renovation project will make the museum more accessible and inclusive. Cool! by Lindsay Costello
Note: Throughlines will close from December 20, 2023 - January 25, 2024, due to construction on the Museum’s Mark Rothko Pavilion.

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Portland Art Museum

1219 SW Park Ave Portland, OR 97205 Venue website

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