FOUR A.M. is pleased to present new work by Michael Bilsborough, continued from his HELLO TODAY series. HELLO TODAY spans handmade collages, digital print editions, and a limited-edition book to survey connections between global capitalism, luxury, weaponry, and the environment. For FOUR A.M., Bilsborough has produced two digital prints in light boxes that are commonplace in food and retail storefronts throughout the surrounding Chinatown streets. 

Michael Bilsborough was born in California in 1979. He is represented by Invisible-Exports, NY where he held two solo shows. Selected exhibitions include Indianapolis Museum of Art; Derek Eller, New York; The Project, New York and Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin. A reproduction of Bilsborough's collage, History, accompanies an essay by Felix Salmon in the current issue of Bookforum.  He has participated in the Workspace Residency of Lower Manhattan Cultural Council and received a Visual Arts Grant from the Rema Hort Mann Foundation. Michael Bilsborough lives and works in New York.

For more information on  HELLO TODAY series click here.

The limited-edition book is available at Printed Matter.