Summer Series 
Theadora Frost
Cecilia Salama
Leidy Churchman
Math Bass
Talia Chetrit

July 3–August 14, 2018


A series of solo exhibitions, each the duration of seven days, in which each featured artist’s work is screened twenty-four hours a day. The gallery remains open during regular hours, and the work can be viewed from the street

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Theadora Frost
Swimming Across the Sky

July 3–9, 2018

Theadora Frost was born and raised in Long Island, New York. Frost graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Portland State University. Theadora’s work has been shown at PSU Art+Design Scholar-ship Exhibition, Erickson Gallery, Autzen Gallery, Project 205, Grapefruits Art Space (Portland, OR), The Brooklyn (Paris, France) and Silas Marder Gallery (Bridgehampton, NY). She currently lives and works in New York.

Cecilia Salama
Together Again

July 10–16, 2018

Cecilia Salama (b. 1990 London, England) is an artist and curator based in New York. Salama's practice ruminates on romantic fantasy, obsession, consumerism and femininity and how these concepts have been affected by our constant use of the internet.  Her work has been reviewed by I-D, Milk Magazine, Vice, Hyperallergic, ArtNews, and Artspace, and been published in the latest issue of Tunica Magazine. Select group and solo exhibitions include NADA NY, Ed Varie LA, Anna Jill Lupertz Gallery in Berlin, AALA Gallery, 315 Gallery, and Rice University.  

Leidy Churchman

July 17–23, 2018

Leidy Churchman’s work has been exhibited at venues such as Kölnischer Kunstverein, Cologne; Museum Moderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna; Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; Kunsthalle Bern, Bern; Highline, New York; Yale Union, Portland; Museum Brandhorst, Munich; The National Gallery of Denmark, Copenhagen; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Houston; Human Resources, Los Angeles; Stroom Den Haag, The Hague; Museum of Art at Rhode Island School of Design, Providence; and MoMA PS1, New York.

Math Bass
DRUMMER BOI

July 30–August 5, 2018

Math Bass was born in 1981 in New York, and lives and works in Los Angeles. She received a BA from Hampshire College, Amherst in 2003 and an MFA from University of California, in 2011. She began her artistic career as a performance artist and afterward expanded to multiple forms of art like painting, sculpture, and video. Bass’s work has been showcased in a solo exhibition by MOMA PS1 in 2015, and was included in The Hammer Museum's “Made in L.A.” Biennial in 2012. Her works have also been shown in Los Angeles at Overduin & Co., Human Resources, 356 Mission Rd., Night Gallery, and Thomas Duncan Gallery.

Talia Chetrit
Parents

August 7–14, 2018

Talia Chetrit was born in Washington, DC in 1982, and lives and works in New York. Chetrit’s work focuses on the human body—often her own—as a starting point to examine how images are constructed to support different agendas and interpretations of reality. After beginning her practice with an exploration of the manipulative nature of photography, Chetrit is increasingly interested in the relationship the camera has with the subject matter it documents. Her work has recently been featured in group exhibitions at the Whitney Museum of American Art and Sculpture Center in New York, Palais de Tokyo in Paris, Studio Voltaire in London and LACMA in Los Angeles.

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1501 SW Market Street
Portland, Oregon 97201
Friday        12–5PM
Saturday    12–5PM
and by appointment