City Without Walls proudly presents METRO 31 [redux], a small works exhibition on view Saturday, April 1, 2017 – Saturday, June 3, 2017. The group exhibition features 58 works by 48 artists chosen by three jurors: Margaret O’Reilly, Executive Director, New Jersey State Museum, Larry Ossei-Mensah, Independent Curator, Co-Founder of ARTNOIR and Siddhartha Mitter, Culture Journalist and Village Voice Contributor.
This year’ s cWOW Metro 31 Award Winners are Wendy Letven, who received the cWOW Excellence Award, Onnie C. Strother and Ellen Martin who both received cWOW Merit Awards.
cWOW’s annual Metro Show was created over 30 years ago to celebrate the work of talented artists from the metropolitan region. We are delighted to bring this exciting event back into fruition.
Featured artists include: Ann Rosen, Beth Biderman, Bob Ricciotti, Brad Terhune, Candice Yates, Carol Cassel Baker, Cortney Torres, Dan McCormack, Danielle Scott, David James, David Rapoport, Dominique Vitali, Eleni Litt, Ellen Martin, Georgie Morel, Geri Hahn, Gregg Rosen, James Long, Jason Norton, Jean Foos, Jennifer Coard, Jennifer Mack-Watkins, Joseph O’Neal, Judith A. Lieberman, Judy Wukitsch, Kilolo Kumanyika, Laura Bell, Lorenzo Irico, Luisa Pinzon, Maggie Fehr, Marco Muñoz Jaramillo, Marta Tchorzewska, Mary A. McKay, Michael Endy, Nancy Tompkins, Nell Painter, Onnie C. Strother, Patricia A. Bender, Paul Chinnery, Peter Tilgner, Richard Rappleyea, Robert Kogge, Sandra Bacchi, Sergio Villamizar, Vanessa Lucas, Wendy Letven, Zellie Imani and Zenna Broomer.
Metro 31 [redux] is on view at City Without Walls through June 3, 2017 and will travel to B. Beamesderfer Gallery, 1978 Arts Center, Ramapo College of New Jersey Potter Library Galleries, and other sites through 2018.
About City Without Walls
City Without Walls (cWOW) is New Jersey’s oldest alternative art space. Our mission is to advance the careers of artists, expand the audience for contemporary art and provide opportunities for arts education and community engagement.
City Without Walls is the grateful recipient of donations and grant support from The Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts, the City of Newark, and individual contributors. City Without Walls is located at 6 Crawford Street in Newark’s historic Lincoln Park neighborhood. The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday, 12—6pm and by appointment.