Portland 2010: A Biennial of Contemporary Art

Portland 2010

PORTLAND2010 is a biennial exhibition of contemporary artwork significant to Portland’s art landscape. The exhibition is presented by Disjecta and curated by Cris Moss, local curator and gallery director, Linfield College. The Biennial exists throughout the city it celebrates. The work of 19 artists/collaborators is presented at nine venues, including Disjecta’s 6,000 square foot exhibition space, formal galleries and raw spaces transformed for exhibition.


  • Holly Andres
  • Corey Arnold
  • Pat Boas
  • John Brodie
  • Bruce Conkle
  • David Corbett
  • Shelby Davis
  • Ditch Projects
  • David Eckard
  • Damien Gilley
  • Sean Healy
  • Tahni Holt
  • Marne Lucas
  • Jenene Nagy
  • Oregon Painting Society
  • Melody Owen
  • Crystal Schenk
  • Heidi Schwegler
  • Stephen Slappe
  • Kartz Ucci

April 6 – 17, 2010
Tuesday – Saturday, 12-6 pm

Alicia Blue Gallery, Alpern Gallery, The Art Gym, Marylhurst University, Disjecta Interdisciplinary Art Center, Elizabeth Leach Gallery Leftbank, Rocksbox Fine Art, The Templeton Building and The White Box.

Meyer Memorial Trust, Oregon Cultural Trust, RACC, TriMet, Lamar Advertising, Plazm Design, Sign Wizards, IFCC and Leftbank.  The White Box is admisistered with support from The School of Architecture and Allied Arts, The Arts and Administration Program and the University of Oregon Portland.

Disjecta Interdisciplinary Art Center is a nonprofit organization formed to provide essential resources for artists to create and exhibit new work. Disjecta provides an interdisciplinary exhibition space for the presentation of vital, emerging visual and performing arts on a local, regional, national and international level.

Most noted for his ongoing series (9+) of itinerant Donut Shop exhibitions, Cris Moss is currently director of Linfield Gallery at Linfield College, where he is an Instructional Associate in the Art and Visual Culture Department. He is also part of the ongoing Red Shoe Delivery Service collective. Moss’s work explores the various layers of identity as mediated through culture by employing narratives both scripted and non-scripted. He has exhibited both nationally and internationally, including The Melbourne International Arts Festival, Australia, Nottdance, UK, Display Gallery in Prague, Maccarone Inc. in NYC, Swiss Institute of Contemporary Art, NYC, Elizabeth Leach Gallery Portland, Oregon, Whatcom Art Museum, Bellingham, WA, and Yellowstone Art Museum, Billings, MT.

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