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Inland Empires At The Tribute Gallery.

Portland photographer Tyler Kohlhoff explores Inland Empires, the spread in Southern California out east when you’re headed to Nevada or Arizona. Now at The Tribute Gallery, the images stand in stark contrast with the white walls of the gallery space and seem to stand still in time, capturing littered remains of home and memories faded...Read...
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Milton Rogovin Turns 100!

In honor of photographer Milton Rogovin’s birthday, the Henry Art Gallery will have an exhibition of his work from December 10th, 2009 through April 25th, 2010. It’s certainly a long-lasting affair, but don’t forget to make your way over to the contemporary art museum to check out his photography. As an optometrist who shot photography...Read...
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Captain Abu Raed (2007) Film Review

Set in contemporary Jordan, Captain Abu Raed is a tale of friendship spreading generations. When Abu Raed, an airport janitor, finds a discarded pilot’s hat in the trash, he wears it and is soon spotted by a neighborhood boy who’s convinced Abu Raed is a pilot. Although reluctant at first, Abu Raed soon finds himself...Read...
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We Live In Public (2009) Documentary Film Review

An artist’s dream is that work he/she leaves behind will outlast their lifetime — that he/she will make a permanent mark on the annals of human history. Ultimately, the result is much more important than the person behind it, but in many cases, the artist becomes larger than the art itself, obscuring their legacy and...Read...
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School Days With A Pig (2008) Film Review

School Days With A Pig is a film that begins initially with a delightfully cute premise yet veers into the territory of issues such as morality and death. Teacher Mr. Hoshi, played by Satoshi Tsumabuki, introduces to his class of sixth graders a young pig, and then asks them if they would be interested in...Read...
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An Oldie But Goodie By Vincent Laforet!

Previous New York Times journalist, Vincent Laforet shot this photo in 2004. Taken at the Lasker Rink in New York City from the overhead vantage point of a helicopter, the piece captures a moment in time that makes you think twice. The piece is aptly and cleverly titled: “Me and My Human”. Since 2004, Laforet...Read...
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