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Mathew Cerletty

Mathew Cerletty: Full Length Mirror

The Power Station presents an exhibition of paintings by Mathew Cerletty, entitled “Full Length Mirror.’’ In the exhibition, viewers will find a series of large-scaled paintings of idealized household objects—including a stuffed toy, a printer and a belt—isolated on single color backgrounds. These objects float in a purified space of monochrome color, leaving room for the viewer and questions of interpretation. “I paint them in the hope that they can evolve and remain interesting for different reasons over time,’’ explained the artist. Cerletty’s strategy is all the more compelling in the context of quarantine, where symbols take on new meanings.

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