Fourteen30: Dan Attoe
Attoe’s paintings, drawings, and neon sculptures explore working-class America—rural settings, Trans Ams, strippers—with lyrical, tongue-in-cheek empathy worthy of the best country songs. It’s all the more surprising, then, to learn that his biggest audiences are in Europe, where he’s shown across the continent. Despite being included in the 2007 Northwest Biennial at the Tacoma Art Museum, the 2008 Contemporary Northwest Art Awards at the Portland Art Museum, and a number of regional group shows, he has never had a solo show in the Northwest—until now.
The opening night reception is Friday, May 23 from 6-8 pm.
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