The Mattson 2 “Feeling Hands” West Coast Tour

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The Mattson 2 play very pleasing, surfy jazz tunes. When we discovered they had released a new album Feeling Hands, we were very excited to have some fresh music from these talented twin brothers. When we heard they were doing a West Coast tour, we got even more excited. The Mattson twins were quite good when we saw them live at the UCSD Prebys Music Center, so we encourage you catch what ever show you can that’s left on this tour.
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Miranda July’s ‘Eleven Heavy Things”

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We admit we might be on a bit of a Mike Mills high these days after watching “Beginners” but we will never lose our initial, possibly more true love with his wife, Miranda July. Her sculpture project, “Eleven Heavy Things” is now available for the west coast to enjoy at the MOCA’s Pacific Design Center location.

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How the West Was One

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Estevan Oriol, Austin McManus, and Megan McIsaac are showing at FIFTY24PDX Gallery in Portland, in a group exhibition titled, How the West Was One. You have Oriol from LA, McManus from SF, and McIsaac from Portland. The show opens this April 7, which is Thursday.

FIFTY24PDX Gallery is proud to present, “HOW THE WEST WAS ONE,” featuring photographs from Estevan Oriol (Los Angeles), Megan McIsaac (Portland), and Austin McManus (San Francisco). For this show, each photographer represents their city, the style and content unique to artist and landscape. What links these three disparate artists is residing on the West Coast, and the medium by which they express themselves and reflect what they see around them.

Estevan Oriol (above and below):

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Austin McManus:

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Megan McIsaac:

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How the West Was One at FIFTY24PDX Gallery

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Estevan Oriol, Austin McManus, and Megan McIsaac are showing at FIFTY24PDX Gallery in Portland, in a group exhibition titled, How the West Was One. You have Oriol from LA, McManus from SF, and McIsaac from Portland. The show opens this April 7, which is Thursday.

FIFTY24PDX Gallery is proud to present, “HOW THE WEST WAS ONE,” featuring photographs from Estevan Oriol (Los Angeles), Megan McIsaac (Portland), and Austin McManus (San Francisco). For this show, each photographer represents their city, the style and content unique to artist and landscape. What links these three disparate artists is residing on the West Coast, and the medium by which they express themselves and reflect what they see around them.

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Kenta Torri at FIFTY24MX Gallery

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Mexico City-based but Japanese born Kenta Torri is showing at FIFTY24MX Gallery with a solo show called Saiyuki Punk. The show inspired by the ancient Chinese story “Journey to the West” (the same that inspired Dragon Ball) in which the main character, the Monkey King, travels to the west to rescue some manuscripts. In this journey the characters fight in spiritual battles to reach illumination. Kenta reinterprets the story mixing traditional iconography with a contemporary punk aesthetics.

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Kenta Torri at FIFTY24MX Gallery

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Mexico City-based but Japanese born Kenta Torri is showing at FIFTY24MX Gallery with a solo show called Saiyuki Punk. The show inspired by the ancient Chinese story “Journey to the West” (the same that inspired Dragon Ball) in which the main character, the Monkey King, travels to the west to rescue some manuscripts. In this journey the characters fight in spiritual battles to reach illumination. Kenta reinterprets the story mixing traditional iconography with a contemporary punk aesthetics.

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Because its getting warmer on the East Coast…

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As our East Coast correspondent tells us, summer has arrived a few weeks early. In honor of the East Coast heat, and the West Coast rain, this should make your West Coast ride home a little easier.

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