Cherry and Martin presents an exhibition of new lightbox sculptures by T. Kelly Mason. This is Mason’s second solo show at the gallery, his first since the gallery’s successful solo presentation of his work last summer at Art Basel. With a background in music and poetry, T. Kelly Mason’s visual vocabulary is both spare and expressive, uncovering meaningful associations between seemingly disparate elements. For over two decades, Mason has produced work across a range of media, including sound, video, installation, painting, and sculpture, addressing the relationships between reality, perception, representation and interpretation. In his current exhibition, Mason uses these relationships as lenses to examine dichotomies of scale: internal vs. external, human vs. cosmic, actual vs. imagined. One of Mason’s new works depicts Barnett Newman’s The Wild,

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