1219 SW Park Ave
HOURS: wed-sun 10am-5pm.
ADMISSION: adults $25; seniors (62+) & students (18+ with ID) $22; children (17 and under) & members free.
Opening Nov 6
Mesh features the bold work of four emerging and early career artists whose multidisciplinary work touches on current social issues including the ongoing fight against racial injustice and conflicts over Indigenous land rights.
Queen Nefertari’s Egypt. Discover “The One for Whom the Sun Shines,” Queen Nefertari, the Great Royal Wife of Pharaoh Ramesses II. Drawn from the world-renowned Museo Egizio in Turin, Italy, the exhibition immerses visitors in the magnificent palaces and tombs of ancient Egypt, including Queen Nefertari’s Burial Chamber.
To Jan 23
Private Lives: Home and Family in the Art of the Nabis, Paris, 1889-1900 explores the beautiful, enigmatic, and paradoxical work of Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, Maurice Denis, and Félix Vallotton, four members of the Nabi Brotherhood.
Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest. The Museum is internationally recognized for its permanent collection and ambitious special exhibitions, drawn from the Museum’s holdings and the world’s finest public and private collections.
Queen Nefertari’s Egypt
Ansel Adams In Our Time
Joryū Hanga Kyōkai, 1956 –1965: Japan’s Women Printmakers
Volcano! Mout St. Helens in Art
Paris 1900: City of Entertainment
Sun, Shadows, Stone: The Photography of Terry Toedtemeier
Modern American Realism: Highlights from the Smithsonian’s Sara Roby Foundation Collection
Richard Diebenkorn: Beginnings, 1942-1955
In the Beginning: Minor White’s Oregon Photographs