• Matt Borruso, Hide, 2011, cut-paper collage, 11 1/2 x 10".

    Matt Borruso

    Steven Wolf Fine Arts

    In his semiautobiographical 1928 novel Nadja, André Breton described the Parisian flea market as “an almost forbidden world of sudden parallels, petrifying coincidences, and reflexes particular to each individual, of harmonies struck as though on the piano, flashes of light that would make you see, really see.” In a similar vein, Matt Borruso explored discarded objects of the recent past as sources of unexpected revelation in “The Hermit’s Revenge Fantasy,” his second solo show at Steven Wolf Fine Arts. By means of cut-paper collages, pencil drawings, a two-channel video, and imagery culled from

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