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A mini survey of Mary Henry’s abstract greatness at the Archer Gallery

I’d argue it was the best show of 2016 and today is your last to see it, with Henry “Practice” makes perfect. Mary Henry is one of the greatest under recognized female modernists of the 20th century and the Portland area is being treated to a micro-survey of her work at the Archer Gallery called Practiced Exuberance. Last Spring, PORT reviewed another micro-survey of just her drawings to give you a taste. As part of the American Phase of hard-edged Bauhaus work under Maholy-Nagy she occupies an important place in art history and is a favorite among those with good eyes and taste in the Pacific Northwest.

Mary Henry | Practiced Exuberance | November 22 – February 11
Clark College | Archer Gallery
1933 Ft. Vancouver Way, Vancouver Washington