The Power Plant presents Manuel Mathieu

    From September 26, 2020 10:00 am until January 03, 2021 6:00 pm
    Categories: Art Exhibition
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    On view from 26 September 2020–3 January 2021, The Power Plant is thrilled to present exhibitions from Manuel Mathieu and Nathan Eugene Carson.  Each explore individual and collective histories to consider the political dynamics of place- and identity-making.

    Manuel Mathieu’s first solo exhibition in Toronto features a constellation of new and past works—including paintings, drawings, and ceramics—shedding light on his homeland of Haiti’s relationship to the world. Mathieu is known for vibrant, colourful paintings that seamlessly merge abstraction with figuration. His work reflects on our intertwined lives, in which the boundaries between the past and present or the personal and political are often blurred. By unearthing the traumas of state violence, he addresses issues that remain as urgent today as they have been throughout Haitian history.



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