New Artwork by Theodore Holdt: Opening reception
November 4, 2016, from 6pm til late
This event is FREE and open to the public. Opening night will morph into a late night dance party. So wear your dancing feet.
Most of the works to be exhibited are from 2016. Some of the pieces have been in the studio for a few years gestating while others were conceived of and completed this year. All work is available for purchase. If you can’t make it to the opening and want to see the work, contact the artist at email@example.com to set up a viewing time. Visit http://www.theoholdt.com to see more pieces. This exhibit will be on display until December 4, 2016.
Friday, December 5th, 2014
6pm – 10pm, Free and open to public
Holy Shit: on the road art show
New paintings and sculptural work by Thomas Christopher Haag
at Lightbox Kulturhaus – 2027 NE MLK JR Blvd, Portland, OR 97212
enter through glass doors behind Tiny’s Coffee
Join us for the closing reception of this incredible exhibit of paintings and assemblage. Thomas will be showing new paintings (some of which he finished last month in his amazing magical temporary Portland garage studio) and a found object installation that makes you feel like you’re getting away with something in church. Spread the word and bring mischievous friends.
Domicile – October 24th – 26th @ Lightbox Kulturhaus
Reception: Saturday, October 25th, 7-10pm
Artist’s Talk: Sunday, October 26th, 1-2pm
The immensity of the geodesic dome crowds every inch of the gallery. A small triangular opening allows entry into the glowing structure. Above, projections of clouds, stars, the sun and the moon race across the concave ceiling. Below the dizzying skyscape, a topographical sculpture expands across the floor. It appears heavy, hovering only inches above the ground. Mountains, valleys and rivers roll across its surface. Thousands of tiny streets and buildings appear atop the sculpture’s rippling landscape with an overwhelming degree of detail as it sits perfectly nestled within the womb-like vessel of the dome.
Tyler Corbett and Erinn Kathryn present Domicile, an installation of video, sculpture and architecture that explores perceptions of home through contrasting viewpoints: the adult, pragmatic, obsessive present versus the idyllic and formative yet distorted memories of childhood.
This project was possible by funding from the Regional Arts and Culture Council. www.racc.org
For more information: corbettkathryn.com
Lightbox Kulturhaus presents Finding Our Place, a new art installation of Northwest Geography by Tyler Corbett and Erinn Kathryn on public display June 7-9. The opening reception will be held First Friday, June 7th, 6-10pm.
An artist talk will be held on Saturday, June 8th, 2013 at 2pm. The show closes on Sunday June 9th at 5pm.
Finding Our Place, an installation of sculptural topographical models of the rugged landscapes of the American Northwest, paired with vivid landscape paintings based on those models. Over the past year, the artists have visited and studied the geographic features of Mt. Hood, the Columbia River Bar, the Willamette River Valley, Denali, and other monumental sites to recreate the physicality of these spaces. In Finding Our Place, colorful, yet faithfully rendered aerial models explore the surface tensions of these natural environments while the paintings mine deeper into their sensual, ineffable realities. The duality creates a conversation between notions of intimacy and detachment, appearances and absences, and ultimately maps the ways mythologies are made. Interdisciplinary artists Tyler Corbett and Erinn Kathryn live and work together in Portland, Oregon. They are interested in space and distance, location and place. They traverse through the real landscapes that are eventually interpreted in their work. Kathryn is a 2012 Regional Arts and Cultural Council project grant recipient and her work has been shown at Guardino Gallery and the Pacific Northwest College of Art. Corbett’s work has recently been shown at People’s Art of Portland, the Goodfoot, and Milepost 5.
You can see more on this project and other works online at www.zhibit.org/erinnkathryn/finding-our-place, and www.zhibit.org/tylercorbett/finding-our-place.