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  • Pál Gerber

    Vaefok Gallery

    Pál Gerber’s paintings of revoked “every-day” object, scenerios and texts torn from their original context, catapuled into an unarticulated gray space, where, to borrow from Gertrude Stein, “There’s no ‘there’ there”—work in the space of the psyche, requiring a constant readjustment on the part of the viewer, generating a quiet, incomprehensible shock. They seem to be at once something that is our own, and something remarkably foreign, unsettling. His work typically consists of tiles from a once-upon-a-time land and of images that recall people who have returned from vacation, their tans

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