Herman Brookman, Visualizing The Sacred

June 11- October 1, 2017
Tuesday-Friday, 11am-5pm; Saturday-Sunday, Noon-5pm | Current Exhibit

In the Solomon and Rosalyn Menashe Gallery the inaugural exhibition is Herman Brookman, Visualizing The Sacred, an exhibition of 40 drawings by architect Herman Brookman, the designer of Congregation Beth Israel, curators Kenneth Helphand, Philip H. Knight professor of landscape architecture emeritus, University of Oregon and Henry Kunowski architectural historian. The pieces are on loan from the University of Oregon collection and the exhibition will travel winter 2017 to the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. The Herman Brookman exhibition is in conjunction with the Portland Art Museum’s concurrent exhibition Quest for Beauty: The Architecture, Landscapes, and Collections of John Yeon, as Brookman was an early mentor to Yeon.