Zena Zezza is a project directed by Sandra Percival.
Zena Zezza is a contemporary art project that supports and presents the work of artists—their ideas, influences and the questions they raise. Each Artist Project Season produces an exhibition and an integrated series of discursive and performative events to stimulate new ways of thinking about art and contemporary culture. Zena encourages critical thinking through collaborating with academic and cultural institutions and presents unusual opportunities for conviviality and public conversation.
Zena Zezza is a 501c3 nonprofit organization in Portland, Oregon.
June 6 ongoing
A FEW DECADES OF COLLECTING
Artist Monographs — Artists Books — Exhibition Catalogues
Contemporary artist monographs including Joan Jonas, Adrian Piper, Daniel Buren and Helio Oiticica
Rare and recent including Roni Horn's Another Water (The River Thames, for Example)
Wack! Art and the Feminist Revolution, and internationally Sonsbeek, Muenster and Documenta
ARTISTS' MULTIPLES / EDITIONS
Jenny Holzer "Survival Series" pencil set to Cai Guo Qiang: The Century with Mushroom Clouds Playing Cards
HOURS & SPECIAL EVENTS
Special Tastings, Readings & Events to be announced
By appointment Thursday, Friday & Saturday 1-5pm
Please contact us for other days and times
Location: Entrance to the 1857 Hallock & McMillan is the red door on SW Oak Street, just around the corner from 237 SW Naito Parkway, 97204
Masks are currently required.
The 1857 building has no heat or air-conditioning and no restrooms.
The Hallock & McMillan is a historical building built in 1857 with two floors. The first floor is ADA accessible, the upper floor only by stairs. We welcome visitors with physical disabilities—please email email@example.com in advance of your visit so we can ensure assistance and the fullest experience of the exhibition as possible.