The Portland Grid Project began twenty-four years ago when Chris Rauschenberg took a pair of scissors to a map of Portland and cut it into 98 pieces. He invited twelve Portland photographers using a variety of cameras, films, formats, and digital processes, to photograph the randomly selected square each month. Currently in the midst round three, twelve different photographers are continuing to explore the changing face of Portland
Please join Chris Rauschenberg and photographers Larry Cwik, Lisa Gidley, Sarah Graves, Gary Gummanow, George Kelly, Ann Kendellen, Missy Prince, Faulkner Short, and others who have participated in the grid project over the years in a conversation about the Portland Grid Project and their participation in it.
This exhibition at Gallery 114 in Portland, Oregon beings on February 7th, 2019 and will be available for viewing until March 2nd, 2019. There will be an opening reception on February 7th where you can meet the artists and discuss their photography! You can view this exhibition until March 2nd on Wednesdays through Sundays Noon to 6:00PM.