Wonder Twin Powers at The West Wall is a show curated by James Jankowiak. Like the characters in the ’70s era cartoon, these artists also have the power to transform, whether it be through their practice and their materials, or through the classroom and the community at large. Each artist in this group exhibition maintains not only an identity as a maker, but also as an educator, an activist, or both. They are working to make things right, to fight the good fight and to demand change. The show includes a multitude of mediums, featuring work from Nyame O. Brown, Adam Farcus, Adam Grossi, Holly Holmes, Nicole Marroquin and Victoria Martinez.
Feel welcome to stop by during business hours Monday through Friday or schedule a private showing. Check out some of the art and shots from the show below.
The West Wall is a gallery space inside of our studio that showcases selected works from a different artist every three months. We don’t take commission on any of the work presented, and we look for ways to help the exhibiting artists reach new audiences. Artists are welcome to schedule private showings during regular business hours. Plus, mmg hosts an opening that is promoted through emails, postcards and community newsletters at no cost to the artist. Find more information on showing your work at The West Wall on our gallery page.
We’re always interested in hearing from artists who would be interesting in showing at The West Wall and those who appreciate supporting the art community in Chicago. If you know of any artists who may be interested, feel free to drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org.