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Picture of Friderike Heuer
Picture of Friderike Heuer
Friderike Heuer
Friderike Heuer is a photographer and photomontage artist. Trained as an experimental psychologist at the New School for Social Research, she taught at Lewis & Clark College until she retired to pursue art full time. Her cultural blog www.heuermontage.com explores art and politics on a daily basis through photography and commentary. She has exhibited most recently at the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education and Camerawork Gallery, on issues concerning migrants and refugees. She frequently volunteers as a photographer for small, local arts non-profits. For more information, visit www.friderikeheuer.online.

Art on the Road: Sculptures with stories

As a Vancouver show tells multiple tales, an inspiring exhibit at California’s Huntington Library concentrates on a single artist: the chronicler of Black life Sargent Claude Johnson.

Songs from the Congo

Looking at “Black Artists of Oregon” and “Africa Fashion” at the Portland Art Museum.

Judy Margles: Farewell to a Founder

Margles, the longtime executive director of the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education, retires after 24 years of inspired leadership.

Art on the Road: Made in L.A. 2023

A bold exhibition at the Hammer Museum reveals the City of Angels from street level, basking in the textures of the city’s past and its roiling, often overlooked contemporary realities.

Taking stock of the body

Using body casts, human hair, and melted aluminum, new work by Kate Simmons at Clackamas Community College’s Alexander Gallery explores ideas about body image and decay.

Social Forms: Art as Global Citizenship

In partnership with CONVERGE 45, The Reser presents art with pointed questions and an international outlook by Jorge Tacla, Karl LeClair, Malia Jensen and Miroslav Lovric.

Laura Ross-Paul: Breasts and beyond

The veteran Portland artist’s July show at NINE Gallery springs from her own breast cancer and the pioneering treatment she chose to defeat it.

A Call for a Commons in the Gorge

New leadership and a show of diverse work by women artists in the Gorge suggest a transformation of ideas at the Columbia Gorge Interpretive Center.

Oregon Art’s Sustainable Feast

OSU’s touring Art About Agriculture exhibit, now at Newport’s Pacific Maritime Heritage Center, explores the ways we grow and eat our food.

Ruth Ross: Red Scare, Ripped Threads

The Portland artist’s new show at Gallery 114 has roots in family history, the Rosenberg spy trial, and the excesses of the 1950s McCarthy era.

Exquisite Gorge II: Power!

For Maryhill Museum’s Columbia Gorge project, fiber artist Bonnie Meltzer explores electricity and its effect on the river and the land.

A journey into Hanford, then and now

A trip into the toxic center of the Northwest’s nuclear legacy, and to the museum that tells part of its story, reveals still-potent fissures over power, safety, and rights.

Art on the Road: Following Maya Lin

At the confluence of the Snake and Columbia rivers, the artist’s seven “Story Circles” tell a tale of past and present culture from ground level.

Art Adventure: Heading to Hillsboro

From its Walters Arts Center to its Civic Center, a surprise Lee Kelly sculpture and more, Portland’s booming western neighbor offers a surprise for the eyes.

Exquisite Gorge II: Felt Worlds

Artist Xander Griffith, part of Maryhill Museum’s collaborative Columbia River project, makes deeply dotted works in felt that create worlds of color and texture.

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