"The Pour Rubber"
"The Pour Rubber"
Individual & Collaborative Works by Paul Nudd & Nick Black
Opening Friday February 20, from 6pm-10pm
February 20 - March 21, 2009
The Pour Rubber is... Black Nudd - Smoldering Heads - ThunderCRUSTS - Two Rerouted Thrift Store Fog Machines - Black Blisters - Feb-lloweenies - Oozing Pour Rubber - Inflatable Heads - Open Rivers of Primal Muck - Werewolves in Pilsen - Double Tongues - Black Bush Cream - Canned Crusts - (((Wonky Thunderstick SOUND))) - Bathroom Glowballs - Double Deer Head Karaoke - Inflatable Godhead & Hair Gel Fountains - An Orgy of Mutant Toys - Melted Fun - Hyperactivity - Skunk Apes - Murky Streams of Ripened Sludge - Gallons of Sticky Fog Juice - Black Pig, Dog & Ape Tongues - Seven Heads & Headstones - Misc. Black Salves, Creams, Balms & Chutneys - Black Bush Pus - Rubber Masks in Black - Hard Black Great Stuff - Pour Rubber Molten Flesh - (((BLACK NUDD : NUDD SOUND))) - Thunderlusts - Warm, Slimy Cakes of Fake Rare Meat - Cave of the Mounds - Forty Black Dog & Donkey Tongues in Sticky Sweet Creams - KlusterLUSTS - Oceans of Dried Rubber - Black Fun Furs & Clays - Old Crusted Wigs and Loose Black Curly-Q's - Modern Art - Weeping Death Heads - Portraits of the Doomed - Rubber Blubber
Keith Herzik poster and Michael Bulka writing available.
"Beneath the Human Soul There Runs a River of Sludge: An Exhibition of Anonymous Children's Drawings from the Collection of Paul Nudd"
Nick Black was born in Chicago in 1958. He has attended the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, DePaul University, the University of Illinois at Chicago, and the Massachusetts College of Art. Recent exhibitions include Byron Cohen Gallery, Kansas City, Uncle Freddy's Gallery, Highland, IN, and Joymore, Buddy Space, and Klein Art Works, all in Chicago. Nick has had key works at Art Chicago, the Stray Show, Version Fest, and the New Chicagoans.
Paul Nudd was born in Harpenden, England in 1976. He graduated in 2001 with an MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Recent exhibitions include Jack the Pelican Presents, Brooklyn, Western Exhibitions, Chicago and the Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago.