Originally from the Netherlands, Henk Pander was a child during WWII. Since immigrating to the PNW in 1965, he has become one of the region’s most renowned artists. This series of large format watercolors about the Vanport Flood and Nazi-occupied Amsterdam invites us to reflect on the invisible histories held by buildings, streets, and empty places. What is the danger of forgetting?
Co-curated by Laura Lo Forti and Greta Smith, made possible by the generous support of Multnomah County Cultural Coalition, Business for a Better Portland, and Cerimon House.
EXHIBITION VIEWING DATES & HOURS
May 24, 6-9pm
May 25-26, 11-3pm
May 28-31, 5-8pm
June 1, 11-3pm
June 2, 12-6pm
THIS EVENT IS FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC