Monday, June 02, 2014

June 6 Eastside Openings+

Ai Weiwei Never Sorry is a fine documentary. The filmmaker goto to know the artist over several years corresponding to quite a bit unfolding in his art and his life. A different filmmaker has continued Weiwei's story in Ai Weiwei: The Fake Case. The period covered is coincided with the transition of central government leadership. The year or more leading up to transitions are sensitive, agitation is discouraged in the strongest terms. You can see the film tonight and tomorrow - Saturday at the Film Center. Tonight the Museum will be very crowded. 7PM $9, $8 members

William Matheson presents Sunless. At Nationale 811 E Burnside Map 6PM-9 Free

Ian Anderson has dark surreal illustrations, and Redux also adds a window show, ongoing 24x7, on the parking lot side. The first window show is photographs by Briana Cerezo. At Redux 811 E Burnside

Unbound: Artifacts of the Gemira Commission is a mythical project by designer Adam Garcia of The Pressure studio. At One Grand Gallery 1000 E Burnside 6PM-10 Free

Homeland continues Columbia River Shadows by Anna Daedalus and Kerry Davis. It is fine abstract work on photo paper. At Gallery Homeland in the Ford Building 2505 SE 11th x Division. Enter through the cafe on the corner if the main doors on 11th are locked. 6PM-9 Free

Pushdot has Measure Up diptych photographs by Rachel Siegel. At Pushdot Studio 2505 SE 11th Avenue Suite 104 6PM-9 Free

Lorenzo Triburgo has Transportraits, formal photographic portraits of trans individuals. At Newspace Photo 1632 SE 10th Map 6PM-9 Free

Superficial is a show by Matthew Causey & Lauren Mabry. They work in ceramics, and each approach their glazing uniquely. At Eutectic Gallery 1930 NE Oregon 6PM-9 Free

Rust is captured by LeeAnn Gauthier in photos Artful Oxidation. Of course ocean waters are relentless facilitators of rust which never sleeps. At Bridge City Counseling 712 SE Hawthorne 7PM-9 Free