Portland based Rittenhouse has created a pastel glitter installation composed of crystal spirals and giant hands that mingle and mystify within Arnold's bespoke fashion showroom. Please join the artist on April 5th from 5-7 PM for a closing reception. Hand-shaped cookies, miniature blobs, rainbow stalagmites and beverages will be on hand!
The sun never knew how great it was until it struck the side of a building., titled after a quote by the modernist architect Louis Khan, explores the role light plays in the oppression of historically marginalized individuals—especially people of color, low-income, and queer communities.
Flèchemuller’s immediate paintings in oil and gouache line the pages of the book with humorous images— penguins reading books, a bird with an extraordinarily long neck, and an unenthusiastic, unfazed human falling down a waterfall. It’s through these quick gestures and the absurd that Flèchemuller finds relief from the day to day.
In “Where did you sleep last night?”, Portland-based painter and sculptor Shohei Takasaki poses a question that is deceptive in its overt simplicity. In his first solo show with Nationale, Takasaki presents a new series of paintings that explore snapshots of domestic life and abstracted intimacy.
Solo exhibition featuring sculptures.
Solo exhibition featuring mixed media, sculpture based work.