Founded in 2005, nowhere’s first project was the creation of a nomadic gallery from the remains of a 1960s travel trailer. The team replicated the interior of a typical gallery—white walls, genuine hardwood floor—and installed a half-dozen display windows in the trailer’s exterior skin. The result was a contemporary gallery inside a retro aluminum camper—a ‘white box’ on wheels. Nowhere Gallery has been featured in The Willamette Week and The Oregonian and has exhibited the work of more than 20 Portland artists.
Mary Blankenburg was a founding member of Nowhere Gallery before starting her own design company. Nowhere’s website is designed and hosted by Grady Clifford.