Portland in Bed on Sunday Morning

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Portland in Bed on Sunday Morning” encompasses a slice of Oregon’s artistic history.  In 1993, Gallery 8 launched Jan Baross’ unique and intriguing photographic show that  captures a broad range of Oregonians between the sheets. These surprising and revealing portraits explore the intimate habitats created by individuals,  couples and families who are portrayed where they feel the safest with each other, and from  each other.”

 

China 1966

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Jan Baross’ photographs of Hong Kong and mainland China from fifty years ago, are historical artifacts of a bygone age when women with bound feet could still be seen. Mao Zedung’s Cultural Revolution had just begun, and the small island of Hong Kong was about to explode into volcanic commercialism. Today the high-rises shine brightly and blur the past. But Baross’ black and white images allow us a clear look back in time.