(b. 1981 in Tallahassee, US) Lives and works in Los Angeles (USA).
JPW3's wide-ranging body of work incorporates numerous disciplines including installation, performance, video, collage, painting, and sculpture. JPW3 received a BFA from The School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago (2005), and a MFA from the Roski School Of Fine Arts at The University Of Southern California (2012). Recent solo exhibitions of JPW3's work include 'change is death', Martos Gallery, New York (2018); 'Rarri Garden', Kunstverein Heppenheim in Heppenheim, DE (2017); 'CURSIIING, FUCKIIING, TIIMIIIIIING, DRIINKING, TEXTIIIING, DRIIVIIIING', Galerie Nagel+Draxler, Berlin (2017); and 'Drifting The Bog', Night Gallery, Los Angeles (2017). His work is included in numerous public and private collections, including the Rubell Family Collection in Miami; the Marciano Collection in Los Angeles; and the Louis Vuitton Collection in Paris.
M. LeBlanc was founded in Chicago in November of 2017 by independent curator and writer Marc LeBlanc. The gallery produces five to six solo or group exhibitions per year, focusing on the interdisciplinary practices of renowned and emerging national and international artists. Some of the exhibitions produced by M. LeBlanc are: ‘Skip Tracer’ by Kelly Akashi, Peppi Bottrop, Katy Cowan, Andy Hope, Erik Frydenborg, Sayre Gomez, Julian Hoeber, James Krone, Lindsay Lawson, Hans-Jörg Mayer, Lukas Müller, Katrin Plavčak, Analia Saban, Kate O'Neill, Christine Wang, JPW3 and Isabel Yellin; ‘Kristen Stewart’, by Hans-Jörg Mayer; ‘Velvet Concrete’, by Isabel Yellin; and ‘Annunciations’ by Michel Auder, Darja Bajagić, Rosalind Nashashibi and Mark Verabioff.