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May 24, 2018
Ryan Pierce Book Release Event 6:00pm
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Please join Portland-artist Ryan Pierce at Elizabeth Leach Gallery to celebrate the release of The River in the Cellar, a work of short fiction with corresponding illustrations hidden and to be found by each reader. The narrative of The River in the Cellar guides the reader on a scavenger hunt, using clues in the text, locating and assembling the printed color plates that complete the book. The original source paintings will be on display in the back office gallery and copies of the book will be for sale. The artist will give a short reading at 6:30 pm. Set in the fictional city-state of Multnomah, The River in the Cellar tells a story of a refugee who is seeking a home. The story takes place in the future depicted in Pierce’s paintings. It’s a world responding to catastrophic climate change and the collapse of the nation state. In its place is self-governance, community resilience, and a recentering of human society around the health of natural systems. The story leads the reader into a future with questions about the roles of justice, human industry, and the place of our species in an altered world.

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MK Guth
MK Guth has been chosen as the 2008 recipient of the Bonnie Bronson Fellowship. Freshly
back from the
Whitney Biennial in New York, Guth will be honored as the seventeenth artist to
receive this prestigious Northwest artist award.

Guth's work will also be included in Everything vs Nothing at Franklin Parrasch Gallery, in New
York, opening April 11th, and The Way That We Rhyme: Women, Art & Politics opening
today at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.


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McCormick will present his latest short, THE PROBLEM OF MACHINES THAT
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Joe Thurston This weekend, Joe Thurston presents a selection of new relief paintings in
the Bridge Art Fair in New York. (Booth #14, Toomey Tourell Gallery)


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Portland's Artist in Residence program in the South Waterfront neighborhood.
Visit southwaterfront[dot]com for more information, along with workshop and studio hours.







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