The Rotating Art Program at Portland International Airport provides a portal into the dynamic cultural life of our region.
Through ongoing relationships with professional regional artists, arts organizations, art museums, and galleries, the PDX Art Program provides a showcase for artwork that reflects the values of the Port of Portland and the region we serve.
Rotating Exhibitions: Within the PDX terminal, there are currently five exhibition areas featuring artwork by professional regional artists (living and working in Oregon and Washington State). These exhibits rotate annually and are located post-security within Concourse D, Concourse E; and within both ends of the Concourse Connector.
Additional pre-security exhibition locations include:
International Exhibitions in Baggage Claim: This exhibit space features the work of international artists or regional artists working on international themes. It is located pre-security near the international arrivals waiting area in North Baggage Claim. This exhibit space rotates annually.
North Baggage Claim: This exhibit space features the work of regional artists and rotates every six months. It is located pre-security between the escalators of North Baggage Claim.
Rental Car Lobby: This exhibit space features exhibitions of regional cultural special interest and rotates annually. It is located on both the north and south walls of the Rental Car Lobby.
South Pedestrian Tunnel: This exhibit space features exhibitions of regional cultural special interest and rotates every two years. It is located on the north wall of the South Pedestrian Tunnel leading from PDX’s parking structure towards the escalators to and from Baggage Claim.
For details on individual exhibitions currently on view, please view posts on the Home page or click on the images below.
The City and The Sky by Jacob Hashimoto (educational exhibition) within the Concourse E Extension Display Case