Matthew Deleget, Domino Magazine, Spring 2015

Matthew Deleget
Domino Magazine
Spring 2015, p.52

For Brooklyn-based Deleget, artistic inspiration comes from carefully observing the world around him. “Ideas can come from anywhere,” he says. “Everyday life, especially in New York City, is an endless source of creative stimulation.” His pieces — often crafted with acrylic or enamel spray paint — represent what Deleget calls “reductive abstraction,” characterized by humble materials, limited color, and repetition. In 2003, he and his wife, Rossana Martinez, opened Minus Space, a Brooklyn gallery and community platform that showcases the work of dozens of artists. “I’m motivated by the idea of inventing something new,” Deleget says, “something that hasn’t existed before and that advances the conversation.”

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