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Alexandra Dillon LA Art Show

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We interviewed Alexandra Dillon at LA Art Show! She is a painter/sculptor and calls her work psychological surrealism. She paints imagined portraits on different objects, and each image reflects a unique personality. She described the process as: “My characters come to me the way a novelist’s do. They just show up and tell me who they are.”

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The Director of Philanthropy of the Portland Art Museum and our good friend, John Goodwin (@johngpdx) shares his take on how artists should cultivate their relationships with gallerists, museum directors and curators, to open new opportunities for exhibiting their art. 
Check out “Black Artists of Oregon”, the Portland Museum’s new exhibition, featuring 50+ artists that have implemented these tips themselves,  including Penda Diakité (@thebeautifulartist), Manuel Arturo Abreu (@mabreu91 ), Jaleesa Johnston (@jaleesa31 ), Ivan Carmona (@ivancarmonarosario), Mickalene Thomas (@mickalenethomas), Chris McMurry (@chrismcmurrydotcom) and many more. 
This exhibition, curated by Intisar Abioto (@intisarabioto) explores the lineage and legacy of Black artists in Oregon and will be open from September 9th, 2023  to March 17th, 2024. 
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We had the pleasure of attending Derrick Adam’s @derrickadamsny new exhibition “Come as You Are” at Gagosian Gallery last Thursday. Adam’s art radiates Black joy and relaxation, offering a vibrant celebration of life. The artist intentionally centers celebration in his work, infusing humor, color and imagination into the narrative of the black experience✨. His art is a testament to the power of creativity and leisure and this exhibition immerses us in a world where the familiar mingles with the absurd, emphasizing the power of imagination in our lives.
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“Photography or image-based art will inevitably be the most influential art form moving forward, and the works that we’re dealing in—these small photographs from history—are the seeds of that movement.”
- Bruce Silverstein, Eponymous Gallery
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We want to thank everyone for coming out to our online exhibition, John Simmons “Photography is my Heart”. Your presence made a historic difference! If you weren’t able to make this one, you can still see the exhibition online!  The link is in the bio.
Thank you @johnsimmonsasc @bcooks2001 Family, Friends, Colleagues + 
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📽️ Really excited to have Bridget R. Cooks, Ph. D. curate our next online solo exhibition, “Photography is my Heart” by John Simmons, renowned and Emmy Award - Winning Cinematographer and Multimedia Artist. 
📌 Join us for this online exhibition Wednesday, September,  6th 2023 at 5:30 PST. Link in bio to RSVP
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