Amy Stephens' Land | Reland recently featured in four publications: visit by Saturday to see the exhibition

Amy Stephens’ minimalist sculptures and their thoughtful installation are discussed in these recent articles and interviews from 60 Inch Center, This is Tomorrow, Wall Street International and Ravelin.

Don’t miss Land | Reland [Portland], on view through Saturday, October 27. Her related exhibition at William Benington Gallery, Land | Reland [London] continues through November 17.

Ravelin interviews Amy Stephens about Land | Reland, an exhibition on two continents

Read Alec Coiro’s interview with Amy Stephens about her cross-continental exhibitions, currently on view at William Benington Gallery in London and here at Upfor, via Ravelin Magazine.

Amy Stephens’s work brings our attention to the land. Central to this focus is the way she allows her material to speak, and the way she uses the gallery space as means of amplifying that voice. While it’s important to learn the background behind the materials and objects she employs, it is equally true that the work is impressive on its own in a way that is very much in line with the fascination with the sublime throughout the history of art.

– Alec Coiro for Ravelin

PADA Collecting Conversation: Equity and Inclusion as a Collecting Lens

 Grace Kook-Anderson, Sarah Miller Meigs

Grace Kook-Anderson, Sarah Miller Meigs

Institutions and many individual collectors are more conscious of equity in their acquisitions than ever before. Correcting past imbalances, and creating environments that are engaging and inclusive to all visitors are ethical imperatives for public institutions. Though we look to institutions for leadership, in many cases individual collectors lead the way by championing artworks and artists underrepresented by museums. In this conversation, the Portland Art Museum’s Grace Kook-Anderson (Arlene and Harold Schnitzer Curator of Northwest Art) and Sarah Miller Meigs (collector and lumber room founder) discuss how to build an inclusive collection, and how museums, patrons, galleries and visitors can work together to define a more equitable art world.

This is the eighth installment of PADA's Art Conversations 2018, a monthly series of gallery talks focused on art collecting and the arts ecology of our city, which will continue through December 2018. Click HERE for a schedule of talks.

RSVP to join us for this PADA Collecting Conversation on Saturday, October 13, 4:00pm.