The Art of the Louvre's Tuileries Garden, on view at the Portland Art Museum June 14 – September 21, 2014.

Joel Shapiro's new suspended installation, on view June 21 - September 21, 2014

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World War I Centenary Explored in Exhibition opening August 30

This Is War! Graphic Arts from the Great War, opening August 30, will offer a gripping look at World War I through the themes and voices that dominated the graphic arts of the time. Through woodcuts, etchings, posters, and drawings, the exhibit will explore trench warfare, soldiers on leave, life on the home front, the influence of posters in supporting the war effort, and the role of periodicals such as Kriegszeit (Wartime) in disseminating the graphic arts as well as the political messages of the day.

Help Grow the Collection
at New for the Wall

Join us on October 1 for 2014 New for the Wall. Here’s your chance to influence the Museum’s permanent collection. You’ll hear lively presentations from our seven curators and then vote for your choices.


Throughout this summer's exhibition of The Art of the Louvre’s Tuileries Garden, we’re exploring the art of gardens through this iconic Paris landmark and Portland’s unique parks and public spaces. Share your favorite Portland park on Instagram and tag it with #captureParklandia, and you might see it featured in the exhibition. Share your impressions of the exhibition and related programs using #tuileriespdx on social media.

Permanent Collection
Cobalt Blues
Two-Way Street
APEX: Kate Hunt
Joel Shapiro

Sept. 21 – Gardening for Grandeur in 17th-Century France

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