Harrell Fletcher is an artist who has worked collaboratively and individually on socially engaged, interdisciplinary projects for more than fifteen years; his work has been exhibited throughout the United States, and in Europe. He is a professor of art and social practice at portland state university in Portland, Oregon.
The New Normal
The New Normal brings together thirteen recent artworks that use private information as raw material and subject matter. Although the concept of privacy is widely invoked, it is difficult to define. The private sphere encompasses domestic spaces, bodies, thoughts, communications, and behaviorscontexts that are usually rendered inaccessible to the public eye by legal, social, and […]read more »
Peoples Biennial proposes an alternative to the standard contemporary art biennial and questions the often-exclusionary selection process of biennial curation. Organized by artist Harrell Fletcher and Jens Hoffmann, Director, Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, CCA, and produced by Independent Curators International (ICI), the traveling exhibition examines the work of artists who operate outside the MFA […]read more »
People’s Biennial Blog
Go behind the scenes of one of ICI’s most popular exhibitions, People’s Biennial here. The blog follows and documents Harrell Fletcher and Jens Hoffmanns visits to Portland (OR), Scottsdale (AZ), Rapid City (SD), Winston-Salem (NC), and Haverford (PA), the selection of works in the exhibition, and the resulting two year tour. Image: Journal staff Marc […]read more »