Justice League PDX writes about art in and around Portland, OR, with the goal of broadening the critical conversation around emerging Portland artists and galleries.


Daniel J Glendening, Editor/Publisher.

Daniel J Glendening founded Justice League PDX in September of 2011. Glendening is an artist, writer, and occasional curator based in Portland, OR. He holds a BA in Art Studio and English from the University of California, Davis, and an MFA in Visual Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art. His work has been exhibited nationally, and he has contributed writing to publications from Social Malpractice Publishing, The University of West Florida, and Portland State University. He can also be found here, and here, and he can be reached at danieljglendening at gmail dot com. He collects books and mystical shit.

Sean Joseph Patrick Carney, Guest Contributor.

Sean Joseph Patrick Carney is an artist, writer, and educator living and working in Portland, OR. He is the founder of Social Malpractice Publishing, an artist book distributor established in 2009. Carney’s works, which includes performances, visual art, and publications, have been featured in exhibitions nationally and internationally. He holds a BFA in Printmaking from Arizona State University and an MFA in Visual Studies from Pacific Northwest College of Art.  For more information, please visit: http://www.socialmalpractice.com.

Rebecca Steele, Guest Contributor.

Rebecca Steele is a West Coast based artist, writer, freelance photographer, avid historiographer, and occasional critic. Steele is super excited about collaboration, couch surfing, and sun.

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