Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Warhol: Factory Now in Chicago at Kasia Kay Art Projects

Cynthia von Buhler interviewed on Japan's Fuji Television Network about her work in Andy Warhol: In His Wake. Von Buhler's works featured in this clip are Sir Reptitious (viewers are feeding the rats which live inside him), The Great Warhola Fortune Telling Machine, and It Can Happen To You (interactive legs with a viewmaster inset into the crotch).

Inspired by CvB's Andy Warhol: In His Wake exhibit,Warhol: Factory Now brings together works by well-known celebrity artists from Warhol's Factory: Ultra Violet, Steve Joester, William John Kennedy, Ivy Nicholson and Anton Perich, as well as a group of artists who have been influenced by Andy Warhol and the artist’s pop-oeuvre, including: Kristin Anderson, Sandra Bermudez, Cynthia von Buhler, Amy Cohen Banker, Cameron Crawford, T. R. Ericsson and Chris Wasko. The opening night reception will feature a gallery transformed to resemble Warhol’s Factory, Mylar Balloons Installation by Sandra Bermudez, Fortunes from The Great Warhola Machine by Cynthia von Buhler, as well as Electric Chair installations and signed memoirs by Ultra Violet.

Opening reception Friday September 7, 6-9PM.
Exhibition Dates: September 5 - October 6, 2007
Gallery hours: Wed - Sat, 11-5pm or by an appointment

Kasia Kay Art Projects Gallery
1044 W. Fulton Market
Chicago IL 60607
P. 312-492-8828
More information on this exhibit and Kasia Kay Art Projects can be found HERE.

Latest CvB Gallery & Studio

Above: Computer sketches of the proposed illuminated sign for SHOW. The "S" will blink on and off so it can be read two ways. The sign will be visible from the ferry terminal.

SHOW will open this winter. The new gallery and studio allows for the art-making process to be viewed from the storefront windows. SHOW will feature the work of Cynthia von Buhler and other artists. SHOW will be located across from The Staten Island ferry terminal on Staten Island. Exit the ferry and walk up the steps between Borough Hall and The Courthouse. The address wil be 156 Stuyvesant Place.