Detail of "Portals Through Time" - Hallie Ford Museum of Art
Much more narrowly here, it also has what might be the highest possible expression of the bike reflector, elevated into multivalent signs and symbols and art.
|Large 3-page feature|
And if it leaves you a little hungry, well isn't that better than feeling overstuffed?
They're celebrating 20 years today and admission is free all this week. Check it out!
|via Twitter, by Ron Cooper|
- "Environmental Art at Willamette's Hallie Ford Museum" (2010)
- "Hallie Ford offers Highway to Hell with an Urban take on Dante" (2010)
- (not at Hallie Ford, but a sequel, "From Hell to Heaven: Sandow Birk's Highways and Byways in Paradise" )
- "Dumpster Diving at the Speed of Bike at Hallie Ford" (2011)
- "Constance Fowler Show at Hallie Ford Offers Quiet Respite from Heat and Noise this Weekend" (2013)
- "Apotheosis of the Bike Reflector: Primal Op at Hallie Ford" (2014)
- "Show on Photo-Secessionist Myra Albert Wiggins Opens this Weekend" (2015)
- "Flashback: Roger Shimomura's 2015 Show at Hallie Ford was too Timely" (2016)
|Kara Walker, detail of "Harper’s Pictorial History|
of the Civil War (Annotated):
Bank’s Army Leaving Simmsport," 2005
(in the current show on Social Justice)
- "Witness: Themes of Social Justice in Contemporary Printmaking and Photography from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation"
- "Strength and Dignity: Images of the Worker from the Permanent Collection"
|Post's Carnegie Library (1912), Belluschi's YWCA (1954),|
and Belluschi/Doyle Pacific Telephone and Telegraph (1930)
You should check it out this week!