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Ravelin interviews Amy Stephens about Land | Reland, an exhibition on two continents. Land | Reland [Portland] remains on view at Upfor through October 27, and Land | Reland [London] is on view at William Benington Gallery through November 17. #landrelandpdx #landrelandlon

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Pacha, Llaqta, Wasichay: Indigenous Space, Modern Architecture, New Art is on view at the Whitney through September 30. It includes work by Ronny Quevedo, who will exhibit at Upfor in 2019. http://cultbytes.com/all/marcela-guerrero/
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For #ProgrammersDay, HISTORY highlights gallery artist Morehshin Allahyari's work with 3D printing, including Material Speculation: ISIS and current project She Who Sees the Unknown.

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Please join us on Saturday, June 30 at 1:00 pm for a discussion with Stephanie Snyder, Curator and Director of the Cooley Memorial Gallery, and exhibiting artist Julie Green. Following the talk, copies of Green's ledger cookbook, Picnic Brownies Make Life Easy, become available for purchase. Photo of Julie Green courtesy Reed Anderson.

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Plastic Entanglements, which includes work by Morehshin Allahyari, is in its final days at Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State. But mark your calendars: it’s traveling to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon later this year, opening September 22, 2018.

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Upfor's second solo exhibition with Julie Green, featuring over fifty recent paintings in vibrant hues, opened on First Thursday to a teeming crowd. Green uses the unusual substrate of gessoed Chinet brand paper plates to ruminate on overlapping themes of domesticity, fashion, identity and social justice, drawing from personal, communal and historical narratives.

Narrative details, quite easily missed in a cursory look, are typically embedded in or near each work's borders. Each also has content not readily visible in the gallery setting: on the front, elements in glow in the dark paint; on the back, facsimiles of women's fingerprints. Once charged in daylight, the glow-in-the-dark paint shines all night long.

Please inquire at reception or email us to see images of these hidden components.

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Julie Green's Food, Fashion and Capital Punishment opens tomorrow evening, June 7, during the monthly First Thursday art walk. Visit from 6-8pm to celebrate and enjoy Green's newest body of work. The artist will join us.
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Last few days to see The Feeling Good Handbook, featuring work by Shana Moulton and Heidi Hahn! On view now through Saturday, 11am to 6pm.

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Curator Jordana Zeldin with Shana Moulton’s Swisspering, on view through June 2nd in The Feeling Good Handbook. In addition to Moulton's video installations, the exhibition includes oil paintings by Heidi Hahn.
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Morehshin Allahyari on National Geographic's Genius discussing Material Speculation: ISIS and her new, ongoing project She Who Sees the Unknown.
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