PICA: New Arrangements
"A 70-year-old sculptor raised in post-World War II Japan who has refined himself into a regional fixture by channeling Oregon’s calmer spirit into stone. An enigmatic 36-year-old upstart from New York who combs the streets of the city for found objects to assemble into his sculptural critiques of commercialism. At first glance, Michihiro Kosuge and Ned Colclough would seem an odd couple. But to the keen eye of Kristan Kennedy, Portland Institute for Contemporary Art’s visual art curator, they are a perfect pairing for the exhibition titled New Arrangements that opens with a reception on March 16...."
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