Marvels. opening event
notMoMA by Stephanie Syjuco and Portland area youth artists
with a live performance from (E)mpress at 6:30 p.m.
Marvels.presents Stephanie Syjuco’s notMoMA, a work of social practice art engaging local high school students from Jefferson, Reynolds and Gresham High School. notMoMA asks students to remake artworks from the Museum of Modern Art (New York) collection by studying them on MoMA’s website. Their task is to reproduce the work to the best of their ability with the resources available to them. With notMoMA, Syjuco asks questions about valuation, authorship, access and who is really at the center of the art world?
Kate Alngog / Bryonna Booze / Kaitlyne Cha / Nguyen Duong / Raven Eldridge Smith / Maria Fesik / Otilia Garcia / Dariana Granados / Itzel Gutierrez / Mariah Johnson / Jordan King / Sharolyna Lock / Noelani Lommasson / Jennifer Molina / DaNae Monroe / Viktoria Moskalenko / Max Nathe / Evan Olson / Olivia Olson-Roberts / Loan Pham / Jayla Pride / Taylor Raymond / Samantha Reitz / Marian Roshdy / Klara Sedhom / Brittany Son / Clare Strand / Andrea Visser / Ashe Voltin / Krisona Wen / Keegan Williams
Refabricating the artwork of:
Mark Bradford / Maria Magdalena Campos-Pons / Jo Ann Callis / Santiago Cárdenas / Vija Celmins / Ann Hamilton / Mona Hatoum / Leslie Hewitt / Barbara Kruger / Yayoi Kusama / Al Loving / Ana Mendieta / Felix Gonzalez-Torres / Titus Kaphar / Elad Lassry / Reena Spaulings / Lieko Shiga / Wolfgang Tillmans / Rirkrit Tiravanija / Clare Strand / Sandra Vásquez de la Horra / Kara Walker
artwork selection by curators from c3 Initiative, UNA Gallery and Melanie Flood Projects. With production support from Works Progress Agency. Exhibition in partnership with c3 Initiative.
The Portland Art Museum is pleased to offer accommodations to ensure that our programs are accessible and inclusive. All spaces for this program are accessible by wheelchair. Assistive listening devices are also available for the lecture.
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