Zena Zezza is a project directed by Sandra Percival.

Zena Zezza is a contemporary art project that supports and presents the work of artists—their ideas, influences and the questions they raise. Each Artist Project Season produces an exhibition and an integrated series of discursive and performative events to stimulate new ways of thinking about art and contemporary culture. Zena encourages critical thinking through collaborating with academic and cultural institutions and presents unusual opportunities for conviviality and public conversation.

Zena Zezza is a 501c3 nonprofit organization in Portland, Oregon.

Yang Fudong Artist Project Season
October 23, 2021 – February 26. 2022

YANG FUDONG—from Yejiang/The Nightman Cometh to Dawn Breaking

Zena's seventh artist project season presents the work of Shanghai based Chinese artist/filmmaker Yang Fudong (b. 1971) at the 1857 Hallock & McMllan, returning Zena to Portland's oldest building located in the heart of Old Town Chinatown.

Exhibition Hours
Free and open to the public
December 20, 2021 to January 9, 2022
By appointment only
Email zena@zenazezza.org

Viewing time for 4 films: 1 hr 45 mins [60 mins 4 short films]  [45 mins Moving Mountains]

Visitor Information
Location: Entrance to the 1857 Hallock & McMillan is the red door on SW Oak Street, just around the corner from 237 SW Naito Parkway, 97204

Dress warmly, the 1857 building has no heat and no restrooms. Visitors must show proof of vaccination and masks are required inside. Please respect social distancing during your visit. 

The Hallock & McMillan is a historical building built in 1857 with two floors. The first floor is ADA accessible, the upper floor only by stairs. We welcome visitors with physical disabilities—in advance of your visit, please email zena@zenazzza.org so we can ensure assistance and the fullest experience of the exhibition as possible.