Copyright protected image of Diego Rivera's "La ofrenda"

Diego Rivera, "La ofrenda (The Offering)", 1931, oil on canvas, 48 ¾ x 60 ½ in., © 2021 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

En Diálogo: Diego Rivera

9 de Abril de 2021 - Febrero 2022

Galería Focus en la Mark y Galería Janeth Sponenburgh

La pintura de Diego Rivera “La ofrenda (1931)” es la pieza central de la más reciente exposición del museo En Diálogo, organizada por el Curador de Colecciones y Exposiciones Jonathan Bucci, y que se exhibirá en la galería Focus hasta marzo de 2022. Esta continua serie de pequeñas exposiciones, combina el préstamo de obras de arte de importantes artistas reconocidos internacionalmente con obras de la colección permanente del museo.GALERÍA DE IMÁGENESVIEW IN ENGLISH
Copyright protected image of Diego Rivera's "La ofrenda"

Diego Rivera, "La ofrenda (The Offering)", 1931, oil on canvas, 48 ¾ x 60 ½ in., © 2021 Banco de México Diego Rivera Frida Kahlo Museums Trust, Mexico, D.F. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York.

In Dialogue: Diego Rivera

April 9, 2021 – February 28, 2022

Focus Gallery in the Mark and Janeth Sponenburgh Gallery

Diego Rivera’s painting “La ofrenda” (1931) forms the centerpiece for the museum’s newest “In Dialogue” exhibition. This ongoing series of small exhibitions pairs loans of artworks by major international artists with artworks from the museum’s permanent collection.Image Gallery VER EN ESPAÑOL
Claudia Cave, "Light House" (detail), 2008

Claudia Cave, "Light House" (detail), 2008

Claudia Cave: Interiors and Interiority

August 28 – December 4, 2021

Study Gallery and Print Study Center

Corvallis, Oregon artist Claudia Cave's drawings and paintings range widely in subject matter, from spiky female figures to zooming canines and occasional cats to smoothly excavated landscape forms. The exhibition emphasizes Cave’s penchant for interiors and isolated rooms alive with compulsively rendered detail and fantasy, or cross-sections of entire houses, their spaces and inhabitants rendered for all to see.

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Carl Hall, "Soaring Beach," 1991

Carl Hall, "Soaring Beach," 1991

Time in Place: Northwest Art from the Permanent Collection

September 18 – December 18, 2021

Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery

This exhibition explores concepts of place as expressed in Northwest art over the past 150 years. Combining social, political, and environmental themes alongside individual interpretations of the Northwest landscape, the exhibition looks at how our sense of place develops through time and relationship with the land.Image Gallery Artists

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