Friday, June 02, 2017

June 2 Eastside Art Openings

In Response: Revisiting the Documerica Project is new work by Shane Anderson, Sarah Christianson, Peter Crabtree, Donna DeCesare, Elizabeth Gritzmacher, Sara Quinn, Stephen Slappe, Terray Sylvester and Linda Wysong. It reprises the 1971 EPA project on the impact of pollution and environmental destruction on community. At Newspace Photo 1632 SE 10th Map 6PM-9 Free

Haunt new photography by Onyx Marie who specializes in fashion. At Haunt 811 E Burnside Suite #113 6PM-8 Free

Color: The Visual Spectrum is at Black Box Gallery 811 E Burnside, Suite 212 upstairs Early close 5PM-8 Free

Redux has Light Fuse and Fly Away: Crows Playing With Fire by Brent Wear and Kirsten Moore At Redux 811 E Burnside 6PM-9:30 Free

All at 811 East Burnside Map

Neon Love is a show by Dan Lam, Meryl Pataky, Erik Mark Sandberg and Kristen Liu Wong. Three use neon-fluorescent pigments in their work. They affect the color we see by the fluorescent emission in addition to reflecting ambient light as conventional pigments and color in nature dies. Meryl Pataky works in neon tubes and neon-filled glass sculptures. At Stephanie Chefas Projects 305 SE 3rd Ave #202 - the City Sign Building, formerly a low cost artist space Map. 7PM-10 Free

Are wakes are wasted on the living? Photographer Sean M. Johnson has Burials, photographs with LGBT individuals to visualize their last rights. The result is lush and imaginative. At Pushdot Studio 2505 SE 11th Avenue Suite 104 6PM-9 Free

A Series of Slips by Hannah Piper Burns and Dominic Amorin is the result of their residency at Open Signal. At Open Signal 2766 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd. 6PM-9 Free

Emik has music posters. Gallery at the Jupiter Hotel 800 E Burnside

Eutectic has Tinder, wood-fired ceramics by Perry Haas, Chris Baskin, Frank Boyden, Richard Brandt, Samuel Johnson and Simon Levin. At Eutectic Gallery 1930 NE Oregon 6PM-9 Free