It’s About You and Me:
Exhibition to Explore Autobiographic Traces,
Hidden Boundaries, the Interconnections Between Identity and Self
NEW YORK – ABC No Rio is pleased to present It’s About You and Me, curated by Monica
Hardmeier. The exhibition features four artists whose work utilizes their own bodies as material and
theme. Through video, photography, performance, collage, and other media, Elizabeth Bisbing,
Theresa Byrnes, Martine Fougeron, and Ann Hirsch examine contemporary social structures,
mechanisms of representation, and identity and background.
The exhibition opens FRIDAY APRIL 19 and runs through MAY 9.
The opening event on April 19 will include at 8:00pm a performance of CLOTHED, a new work by
Theresa Byrnes. Ms. Byrnes describes the piece, “CLOTHED explores the relationship between
painting and photography, action and documentation. Is the artist’s work the subject or the artist person
the subject? Or do they reveal each other? In CLOTHED that contemplation is the subject.”
On Sunday April 28 at 4:00pm there will be a public presentation at which the curator and artists
will discuss the show.
It’s About You and Me is part of ABC No Rio’s “in Exile” programming, and is the first of two
exhibitions to be held at Bullet Space in the spring of 2013.
It’s About You and Me
April 19 – May 9, 2013
Opening: Friday April 19 at 7:00pm
Viewing Hours: Sundays 2:00 — 4:00pm
Wed & Thrs 5:00 —7:00pm
ABC No Rio in Exile at BULLET SPACE
292 East 3rd Steet
(bet. Aves C & D)
ABC No Rio is a center for art and activism, known internationally as a venue for oppositional culture. ABC No Rio was founded in 1980 by artists committed to political and social engagement and retains these values to the present.
It’s About You and Me funded in part with support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs and the New York State Council on the Arts.