Henk Pander: Memory and Modern Life

January 29 – March 27, 2011

Melvin Henderson-Rubio Gallery

Henk Pander has lived in Oregon for 45 years but to this day describes himself as a “reluctant immigrant” from his native Holland. Over the decades, he has maintained a cultural double vision: he documents and interprets American technology, materialism, topography, and disaster in paintings and drawings that recall the grand tradition of Dutch art. Organized by faculty curator and professor emeritus Roger Hull, the exhibition will include works from the past 50 years and will be accompanied by a major monograph on the artist.

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