Cityscapes and Portraits
Chicago photographer Stuart Mullenberg takes a break from his commercial work to showcase his personal portfolio tender, a collection of blurry portraits of Chicago neighborhoods and thug youth. Mullenberg uses paper negatives and long exposures for dreamy, ethereal effect. "For me, they create a certain mood of release." Uh, ok... The New Space Gallery & Studio, 1632 SE 10th, 963-1935, Through Apr 30

Location/Dislocation: Contemporary Prints from the Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer
This sounds like a who's who of Big Cheeses--Lichtenstein, Oldenburg, Hockney, Fischl, Frankenthaler, and Diebenkorn. A must-see for anybody interested in the art of the late 20th century. Go on First Thursday and save on the cost of admission. Portland Art Museum, 1219 SW Park Ave, 276-4246, Through July 6

Fluorescence: Brighter than White
Into Miami Vice, Neo-Geo painting, and synthetic kitsch? Have we got a show for you! Field Gallery is getting more Day Glo than a teenage raver with this group show of artists reviving the most garish tones and chromes known to man. Field, 328 NW Broadway #114, 503 810 4788, Through May 31

Donut Shop Seven
Far and away the best group show in the Pearl District, Donut Shop Seven sports a gallery full of crisp, fresh work from faraway places. Most stunning are Frantiska + Tim Gilman's vertically symmetrical, artificial and exacting hanging gardens. Could be the best installation of the year so far. Philip Feldman Gallery & Project Room, at PNCA, 1241 NW Johnson, 226-4391, Through April 23

Why Pigeons?
Friday is the last day to check out this window installation by Amos Latteier, Portland's art world wunderkid. You'll need to either bring or steal a cell phone to get the show's full effect, though, since your anytime minutes control the slide show and activate the audio track. PDX, 604 NW 12th Ave, 222-0063, Through April 5