“Nue York: Self-Portraits of a Bare Urban Citizen,” a solo exhibition of works by Erica Simone will run at the Dash Gallery from April 14 to April 28, 2011.
Opening: April 14th, 2011 from 7pm to 10pm @ The Dash Gallery, 172 Duane Street, 10013 NYC
Approximately 20 pieces from Simone, a contemporary NYC and Paris-based photographer, show the artist exposed in various spots in the city, crossing boroughs, above-ground spaces, and the underground. The artist’s nakedness comments on the social uninterpretability of the bared body and the (im)possibility of a naked existence.
“Brave, humorous – but sexy, Nue York is a unique collection with wonderful energy. Erica Simone is a rising star in the photography world,” says Michael Klug, publisher of Whitewall Magazine.
Additional photographic works of Erica Simone may be seen at www.ericasimone.com. More information and images about Nue York may be seen at www.nue-york.com.
Curated by KARIN + RAOUL magazine, the exhibit’s opening will take place on April 14th, 2011 from 7pm to 10pm, and will be open to the press at 6pm for a private showing. Cocktails will be provided by Belvedere Vodka. The exhibit will run until April 28th at the gallery (172 Duane Street, New York City 10013). For further information and to RSVP for the opening, email nueyorkRSVP@gmail.com.
This exhibition is sponsored by Uptown Fine Art Printing Studio.