Unlike any other artist, Michelangelo Pistoletto has actually managed to merge his art with the viewer. His new life-size mirror paintings contain images of utilitarian shelves and storage units crammed with household paints, auto parts, shoes, and gardening tools where the background is filled in by the viewer’s reflection. In a clever twist on the Arte Povera credo, Pistoletto employs ordinary materials as subjects and uses the viewer as accomplices to elevate things usually found in basement storage rooms or garages into art. At Luhring Augustine through December 22.