“Wild Card”, 10.01.10

“Wild Card”
a group exhibition inspired by Tarot Cards
curated by Anna Cerniglia, Heather Gabel, and Myles “MomTried” Smutney
October 1 – 31, 2010




Damara Kaminecki, Death, 2010
image courtesy of Damara Kaminecki





After looking through various designs of Tarot decks throughout its long history, we thought it would be interesting to invite a group of contemporary artists to share their interpretations of these mystical cards. Inspired by Carl Rohrig, a German painter renowned for his beautifully crafted deck, imagination is key. Each artist has chosen one of the 21 Major Arcana cards and recreated it based on their skill set and aesthetic.



Featuring new work by :

Bridey Bowen
Alex Chitty
David D’Andrea
Rob Doran
Ryan Duggan
Ron Ewert
Heather Gabel
Horsebites
Myles Smutney Hyde
Damara Kaminecki
Jenny Kendler
Joey Knuckles
Rick Leech
Monique Ligons
Alexis Mackenzie
Roy Miranda
Kyle James Morrison
Steak Mtn
Rachel Peacock
Bird Reynolds
Cristy Roads
J.L. Schnabel
David Snedden




Opening reception: Friday, October 1, 2010, 7-11pm

For more information, please email: johallaprojects@gmail.com or anna.cerniglia@gmail.com

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About johallaprojects

Johalla Projects was established in the fall of 2009 by Anna Cerniglia as a venue for emerging and mid-career artists. Located in Chicago's West Town neighborhood, Johalla Projects is a collective space collaborating with artists, writers, and curators. In addition to presenting exhibitions in its gallery space, Johalla works to organize and execute public art projects in neighborhoods across the city of Chicago. Every exhibition and project undergoes a thoughtful selection process, assuring that each show presented by Johalla Projects is comprised of the finest contemporary work.

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