We’re so happy to reveal our latest Shared Walls™ exhibition with our new year-long collaborators at Workspring. We’re in touch with some really cool companies and public spaces and look forward to a great summer of making art accessible to everyone. We’d like to issue a massive thanks to Cheyenne Pinson over at Workspring for working with us so diligently to make this a success. We couldn’t be happier with the way the art has been selected to enhance yet tie in with the space.
Most importantly, the artist featured at Workspring is a dear friend of IPMM, Justin Santora. We’ve featured Justin’s work for years, have collected a lot of his work, and are thrilled to share his art with a whole new crowd. In fact, Workspring staff was sounding like they might acquire some of it themselves. His work will be hung for 4 months, at which point we will “refresh” Workspring’s space with art by another artist, and then do so again after 4 months to complete the year-long exhibition (12 mo/3 4 mo. rotations).
If your company is interested in hosting a Shared Walls™ exhibition, contact us directly – we’d love to give you more information!
Learn more about Workspring and their awesome co-working space in Chicago’s loop.
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