VizArts Monthly: Art worth braving the rain to see

Posted by Oregon Arts Watch
Published February 04, 2020
by Martha Daghlian

Christine Miller and Brittany Vega come together in their show, American Hex, to explore the problems and revelations contained within their own eccentric personal collections. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Brittany Vega © 2020

Shining a Light on Portland’s Art Scene: 10 Exciting Venues in the Rose City

Posted by Hyperallergic
Published October 22, 2019
by Raechel Herron Root

This compilation of venues ranges from stalwart museums to emerging artists’ collectives, offering a cross-section of the spaces defining art in Portland now. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Ryan Patrick Krueger © 2019

The Five Visual Arts Shows We’re Most Excited to See This Fall

Posted by Willamette Week
Published September 04, 2019
by Shannon Gormley

B. G-Osborne's A Thousand Cuts depicts pop culture's pervasive misrepresentation of transgender people to dizzying effect. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy B. G-Osborne © 2018

VizArts Monthly: Flatness, roundness, and everything between and beyond

Posted by Oregon Artswatch
Published August 01, 2019
by Ním Wunnan

Brandi Kruse’s exhibition is preoccupied with imagined spaces, physical absence, and a unique observation: very few things are actually, truly, flat. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Fuller Rosen Gallery © 2019

Top Things to Do This Weekend: July 18–21

Posted by Portland Monthly
Published July 17, 2019
by Rebecca Jacobson, Brendan Nagle, and Conner Reed

The Portland-based visual artist brings a new solo show about dimension—temporal, personal, and visual—to Southeast Division’s Fuller Rosen Gallery. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Fuller Rosen Gallery © 2019

Profiles in Queer Excellence and Resilience

Posted by Portland Mercury
Published June 06, 2019
by Andrew Jankowski

In their efforts to change the commercial gallery model, BriAnna Rosen (she/her) and E.M. Fuller (she/her) treat artists the way they want to be treated: with a love of art that’s matched by their love for one another. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Aaron Lee Photography © 2019

2018-19 RACC Project Grants (Cycle 3)

Posted by Regional Arts & Culture Council
Published June 05, 2019

RACC’s Project Grant Program provides financial support to individual artists and not-for-profit organizations in Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas Counties, for project based arts programming. Read full article.

Photos Courtesy B.G-Osborne © 2019


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Published May 17, 2019
by Jeff Jahn

This promising group exhibition called Time>Space>Place features some of my favorite new talents like Tabitha Nikolai and Wiley so I suspect the company they keep will be worth checking out. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Ryan Patrick Krueger © 2019

RU Residency 2019 NYC Artist

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Published April 05, 2019
by Residency Unlimited

Angélica Maria Millán Lozano (@antagoniista) is an artist from Bogotá, Colombia currently based in Brooklyn, New York and will be a RU resident for the next 3 months. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Angélica Maria Millán Lozano © 2018

Spring Cleaning Cluster Reviews

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Published April 04, 2019
by Jeff Jahn

One of the most promising young artists at work in Portland is Kayla Wiley, whose recent solo show Ego Placebo at Fuller Rosen was one of the most adventurous debuts we have seen in a while. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Ryan Patrick Krueger © 2019

Five of Portland’s Best Visual Arts Shows to See This Spring

Posted by Willamette Week
Published February 26, 2019
by WW Staff

Last year, Killjoy Collective quietly ceased operations after two years of bold, intriguing programming. Thankfully, two of the collective's founders, EM Fuller and BriAnna Rosen, are already back with a new gallery. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Ryan Patrick Krueger © 2019

Unraveling family history

Posted by Oregon ArtsWatch
Published November 29, 2018
by Lusi Lukova

Treguas or “Truces” is an exhibition of firsts. It is Angélica Maria Millán Lozano’s first solo show and the the first show presented at the new Fuller Rosen Gallery located in the Ford Building. Read full article.

Photo Courtesy Ryan Patrick Krueger © 2018