FRESH, FLEXIBLE & INCLUSIVE
Gallery Go Go is a fun, innovative art gallery located in downtown Portland, Oregon. It fills up an expansive and light-filled 3000 square foot space inside Pioneer Place Shopping Center and is open 7 days a week . It was founded by Azure Attoe in 2021 as a family-friendly creative space inspiring radical joy through local art, journals, craft sharing, and community-building experiences. Gallery Go Go aspires to encourage expression always and elevates the everyday as art.
The space revolutionizes the traditional framework of the gallery model and encourages trust and openness around a diverse local vision of art and artistry, demonstrated in the quality and collection of Azure’s curation, leadership, and guidance.
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Whether you're ready to jumpstart your artistic career and accelerate your skills, or you're ready to take a deep dive into the world of critique and interpretation, we have something for you!
What Will You Do at The Gallery?
We're always on the go at Gallery Go Go! Whether we're hosting a new artist showcase, lecture, workshop, meet & greet, or renting out our space to others in our community, you can be sure there's a way for YOU to get involved! Not sure where to start? Contact us!
We rent out a variety of original artwork from 2d paintings and drawings to bigger-than-life-size sculptural pieces. Browse our collection from local, BIPOC & LGBTQ+ artists and see what fits your aesthetic!
With over 3,000 Square ft. of space in our gallery and lovingly decorated walls, our gallery is the perfect spot to host company events, fundraisers, networking events, shows, and more!
Our Shop of Radical Joy!
Our gallery is curated to cater to a wide demographic of races, genders, and income levels. Gallery Go Go features sculptural and 3-D canvas art for sale, prints, wearable art and jewelry, imaginative books, international homewares, and other design-inspired items for sale in a fresh and democratic interpretation of art adjacent for Portlanders.