Mathew Cerletty, Kohler, 2007, Graphite on paper, 15 1⁄4 × 19 5⁄8 inches
Mathew Cerletty: Full Length Mirror
Organized by Rob Teeters
The Power Station
3816 Commerce Street
Dallas, TX 75226
Mathew Cerletty, Crying As Architecture, 2019, oil on linen, 52 × 40 inches
Darren Bader, crying as architecture
Mathew Cerletty in Words at Alexander Berggruen Gallery
October 11–November 26, 2019
1018 Madison Avenue, Floor 3
New York, NY 10075
John Baldessari, Jean-Michel Basquiat, David Bates, Alighiero Boetti, Margaret Bourke-White, Georges Braque, Mathew Cerletty, Walker Evans, Danny Fox, Charles Gaines, Philip Guston, David Hockney, Robert Indiana, On Kawara, Paul Klee, Joseph Kosuth, Barbara Kruger, Tony Lewis, Kerry James Marshall, Ryan Morozowski, Yoshitomo Nara, Ed Ruscha, Emily Mae Smith, Cy Twombly, Lawrence Weiner, Jonas Wood, and Christopher Wool.
Mathew Cerletty in conversation with Lucy Kim in Boston University’s Tuesday Night MFA Lecture Series
Room 410, 808 Commonwealth Avenue
Brookline, MA 02446
Tuesday, October 29, 7:30 pm
Hosted by the graduate programs in Painting and Sculpture at Boston University, the Tuesday Night MFA Lecture series brings practicing artists to campus to present their work. All lectures are free and open to the public.
Mathew Cerletty (CFA’02) utilizes a hyper-realistic approach to painting that marries the quotidian and the surreal within a range of motifs and subjects. While an undergraduate at Boston University, Cerletty developed the ability to carefully paint the figure in the academic, representational mode. Today, he has developed a practice in which virtuosic yet slightly uncanny depictions of human subjects, corporate logos, and domestic objects are rendered in high-key color and with flat precision. Pervading Cerletty’s paintings is a deadpan sense of humor tempered by a disarming sincerity towards his seemingly banal subjects.
His work has been exhibited in museums including Whitney Museum of American Art, the Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego; and at galleries including Rivington Arms, Team Gallery, Plum and Poe in New York, and the Boston University Art Galleries. He is represented by Office Baroque in Brussels, Belgium and Standard in Oslo, Norway.
Mathew Cerletty, Print, 2018, inkjet and watercolor on Epson Hot Press Bright 330gsm paper, 18 × 18 inches
Mathew Cerletty, Marley Freeman and Nicolas Party in 2019 White Columns Benefit Auction Exhibition
May 18–May 29, 2019
Auction: May 29 at 6:30 pm
91 Horatio Street
New York, NY 10014
oil on linen,
43 × 41 inches (unframed)
May 4–November 5, 2019
Waldemar Thranes Gate 86 C
0175 Oslo, Norway