Mark your calendars for Flux Factory’s Not-so-silent Annual Art Auction & Gala
Tuesday, December 20th, 7 pm – 10 pm
Center 548: 548 West 22nd Street, NYC
Doors open at 7 pm, with silent bidding until 10 pm
Help us celebrate a colossal year at Flux Factory with a silent auction of over 100 works by artists from our extensive community. We will honor Nato Thompson of Creative Time and Paddy Johnson of Art Fag City for the lasting imprint their work has had on contemporary art. Entertainment provided by our emcee Matt Levy and DJ We Are Architects. Expect light food, libations, music, a timeline of our experimental programming, and a few surprises.
In addition to reveling in the company of innovative artists and bidding in the silent auction, there will be “knock-off” stations where you can commission artists to create an original artwork on demand. “Knock-off” Live Artists include Angela Washko, Daupo, Douglas Paulson, Emily Bunker, Eric Doeringer, Jon Burgerman, and Youjung Byun.
Committee Members: @museumnerd, Anita Durst, Barry Hoggard & James Wagner, Carin Kuoni, Carlo Lamagna, Chen Tamir, Claire Sexton, Deborah Fisher, Doreen Jakob, Ed Woodham, Elaine Bowen, Elizabeth Dee, Ewa Bartos, Hilary Bertisch, Jayne Drost, Julia Kaganskiy, Matthew Higgs, Morgan Meis, Melanie Cohn, Nathalie Anglès, Nick Griffin, Noni Pratt, Nora Gomez, Paul D. Miller, Perry Chen, Rado Petkov, Scott Hirst, Stephen S. Santo, Esq., and Veken Gueyikian.
Participating artists: the silent auction will include artworks by Bo Bartlett, Dana Sherwood, Dasha Shiskin, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Kristian Kozul, Mark Dion, Pablo Helguera, SWOON, The Yes Men, and many others. Click the arrow below to view the entire list. Participating Artists
Participating Artists: Adam Brent, Aida Sehovic, Alex Young, Alison Ward, Andres J. Laracuente, Angela Washko, Ann Hirsch, Anna Lise Jensen, Anne Percoco, Anthony Giannini, Antonio Ortuno, Aya Kakeda, Ben Wolf, Bernard Klevickas, Bo Bartlett, Brendan Coyle, Brian Dettmer, Brindalyn Webster, BroLab, Christopher Domenick, Christopher Robbins, Christopher Shane Heinemeier, Christopher Ulivo, Constance Hockaday, Dana Sherwood, Daniel Bejar, Darren Jones, Dasha Shiskin, Daupo, Derick Melander, Duke Riley, Elizabeth Hamby, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Emcee C.M. Master of None, Emily Stoddart, Eric Doeringer, eteam, Fredericks and Mae, Gabriela Vainsencher, Gae Savannah, Gisela Insuaste, Haley Hughes, Hannah Heilmann, Hatuey Ramos Fermin, Hiroshi Kumagai, Holly Coulis, Hope Ginsburg, Ian Cooper, Janelle Iglesias, Jason David Brown, Jer Thorp, Jesper Aabille, Jesse Bercowetz, Jo Q. Nelson, John Monteith, John Roach, Jonathan Kaiser, Jonathan Zimmerman, Jose Ruiz, Julia Solis, June Kosloff, Kai Vierstra, Karen Chan, Kerry Downey, Kristian Kozul, Las Hermanas Iglesias, Lázaro Valiente, Leonora Retsas, Lisa Iglesias, Lisi Raskin, Lori Field, Louise Barry, Man Bartlett, Manfred Mohr, Marius Watz, Mark Dion, Martina Mrongovius, Mary Mattingly, Matt Bua, Matthew Gribbon, Melissa Brown, Meng Hsuan-Wu, Meridith Pingree, Miatta Kawinzi, Michelle Levy, Miguel Luciano, Mike Hein, Miwa Koizumi, Molly Surno, Museum of Commerce (George Raggett), Nadia Awad, Naoko “Coppi” Kosugi, Natalia Porter, Natalie Beall, Nathaniel Sullivan, Nick Normal, Pablo Helguera, Paula Castro, Pilar Conde, Rachel Bacon, Randi Jorgensen and Katrine Malinovsky, Ranjit Bhatnagar, Richard Haley, Risa Puno, Saira McLaren, Sal Randolph, Sarah Julig, Scott Draves, Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria, Serra Victoria Bothwell Fels, Sunita Prasad, SWOON, The Yes Men, Theresa Marchetta, Tod Seelie, Tova Carlin, Vanessa Cronan, Ward Shelley, Wieteke Heldens, Yana Dimitrova, Yeni Mao, Yunmee Kyong, among others.
A play created in collaboration with the Aesthetic of Waste and several Flux artists. The installation transforms Flux’s white box gallery into a colorful, unpredictable, and disposable theater-labyrinth.