First Friday Art Shows at Nemo

Heavy Metal Heart goes off!

If you weren’t at Nemo friday night, you really mised out. Photos by 11 different photographers, Bikes by 3 different shops, and a packed house made for an amazing show, not to mention the beer and wine were flowing. Check out the party photos here.


Heavy Metal Heart This Friday


Like Motorcycles? Like photography? This Friday, October 1st, Nemo presents Heavy Metal Heart, a show dedicated to these two passions. Featuring work by Mark Welsh, Scott Pommier, Jon Humphries, Benji Wagner, Molly Quan, Jake Stangel, Phil Stern, Roger Seliner, Ray Gordon, Wez Lundry, and Pasha. Find your inner Hell’s Angel and come check out this killer show!


Chris Brunkhart at Studio Nemo

We had an amazing kick-off to Chris Brunkhart’s tour for his new photo book “how many dreams in the dark?” Check out the video!


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Photographers Shen Wei and Jane Tam are the guest artists in StudioNemo for the month of November. The Friday nigh show went great, and despite the chili weather the house was packed! Check it out!

Reflecting China_ StudioNemo 11.6.09 from Todd Templeman on Vimeo.


First Friday Art Show….

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Reflecting China: Gendered Visions from the Diaspora
Nemo Design is proud to present the work of acclaimed photographers Shen Wei and Jane Tam in Reflecting China: Gendered Visions from the Diaspora. Reflecting China combines work from Shen Wei’s Chinese Sentiment Series with Jane Tam’s Foreigners in Paradise Series. The result is a collection of work that explores issues of Chinese identity, gender, diaspora, cultural memory, imagined communities, longing and belonging. Both artists have been internationally recognized for their work. Shen is the recipient of many awards and was named as one of fifteen in the “new generation of photo pioneers” by American Photo magazine in 2007 as well as, one of the PDN’s “30 New and Emerging Photographers to Watch” in 2008. Jane Tam was awarded with the Emerging Photographer Award at the Pingyao Photography Festival in China.

Reflecting China is part of the community programming for the Portland Art Museum’s China Design Now exhibit. It’s wonderful if you haven’t seen it yet, go. 

Please join us for the opening reception Friday, November 6, 2009 from 6-10pm at Nemo HQ 1875 Se Belmont St. Portland, OR 97214. The show will run through November 23, 2009 between the hours of 9am and 5pm.


First Friday June- SUPERSTITION!!!

PLEASE JOIN US THIS FRIDAY FROM 6-10 Pm for some superstitious enjoyment

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