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Sally Finch and Becca Bernstein did a great job organizing this year’s  Portland Visual Art Exchange which was hosted at the Littman gallery at  Portland State University(PSU). This year over 50 artists were selected and contributed work this year. Thanks to all of you for sharing your art with each other. This year Laura Ross-Paul […]

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I was interviewed by Brian Libby who writes the Portland Architecture Blog. You can read the full interview & comments here: To invite a narrative: Brad Carlile discusses photographing hotel rooms around the world The Independent 530 NW 12th, (12th & Hoyt) Portland Oregon Show: July 7- August 14 (Just Extended!) Fri-Sun 12-6PM & by […]

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My show was reviewed and recommended in the Willamette Week’s Visual Arts section recommended. Brad Carlile BRAD CARLILE This month, two local artists wrestle with divergent but equally mythic conceptions of the great American road. In Tempus Incognitus, photographer Brad Carlile’s striking exhibition at Eva Lake’s new popup, the Independent, the artist conjures a psychedelic […]

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Several weeks ago, my wife and I had a delightful lunch with John A. Bennette, collector extraordinaire, in New York. When talking about my new work “Tempus Incognitus,” John described it as “Technicolor Noir.”  I love that description and asked him if I could use it when talking about my work.  He graciously agreed. John […]

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This past weekend was the opening of my show at the De Santos Gallery in Houston.  Gemma and Luis de Santos hosted a vernissage dinner one night and a public opening the next night. Both were well attended. During the opening weekend, Douglas Britt of the Houston Chronicle interviewed me about “Tempus Incognitus.”  On June […]

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Hearst Corporation announces 2011 8×10 Photography Biennial Competition. I would encourage any photographer with an interesting series to enter. <My advice for any competition or portfolio review> In 2009 I was one of the eight winners of that Biennial — The premiere biennial garnered more than 1,000 entries from 47 countries. I can tell you […]

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Boise Idaho will host the second rendition of ‘SQFT’.  It will be shown in front window of the historic Egyptian Theater in downtown Boise for the inaugural presentation that will be headed by Boise State Visual Arts Center. SQFT is a window-based, traveling exhibition curated by TJ Norris of 2D works by 50 of the […]

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Here is but a sample of Portland’s 1st Thursday gallery openings… PDX Contemporary Art (925 NW Flanders, Portland OR) is showing Nell Warren’s new work. Elizabeth Leach Gallery (17 NW 9th, Portland OR) is showing Portland Artist MK Guth who’s work was seen at the last Whitney Biennial. Here is a peak in the door, […]

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SQFT is show Curated by TJ Norris you can see outside Blackfish Gallery (420 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR)  in the Fishbowl II – Window.  It will be showing August 31 – September 26, 2009. SQFT is a window-based, traveling exhibition of 2D works by 50 of the most innovative, emerging and established artists in […]

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In Luxembourg City can see seven of my 30×40″ (75cmx100cm) images at Galerie Clairefontaine the premier gallery in Luxembourg. Luxembourg TV on RTL.LU KULTUR covered the opening of CULTUREINSIDE international contest Rooted. Currently on YouTube you can see this video, the translated version will be coming soon and I’ll post that one as well. You […]

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