Cash For Your Warhol is a contemporary artist collective that was founded in 2010 in New York City. The group is composed of artists who create works that explore themes of consumer culture, mass media, and celebrity obsession. They take their name from the famous pop artist Andy Warhol, who was known for his iconic paintings of celebrities and everyday objects. The collective's work often involves re-appropriating and manipulating familiar images from popular culture, such as advertising logos, comic book characters, and movie posters. They use these images to comment on the ways in which our society is influenced and shaped by the media, as well as the impact of consumerism on our daily lives. One of the most well-known projects by Cash For Your Warhol is their "Social Media Suicide Machine." This project involved creating a web application that allowed users to delete all of their social media accounts with a single click. The goal of the project was to highlight the dangers of social media addiction and the ways in which our lives are increasingly governed by our online personas. Another notable project by the collective is their "Advertising Addict" series, which features portraits of individuals who are depicted as being consumed by the products and brands that they love. These portraits are created using a combination of photography, painting, and digital manipulation. Cash For Your Warhol's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City and the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. Their work has also been featured in numerous publications, including Artforum, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. Overall, Cash For Your Warhol's work serves as a critique of the consumerist culture that dominates our world today. By appropriating and manipulating familiar images from popular culture, they challenge us to question our own relationship to these images and the impact they have on our lives.
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