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Visual Arts Series: And Every Living Thing that Moves

The Rialto Center for the Arts

location_on 80 Forsyth St NW, Atlanta, GA, United States
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Visual Arts Series: And Every Living Thing that Moves

Exhibition Dates: January 13 – February 24, 2017*, or by appointment at 404-413-9820

*The exhibition is open Monday-Friday, from 10:00 am until 4:30 pm, during all Rialto performances, and by appointment at 404-413-9820.

First Thursday Downtown Art Walk* / Opening Reception: February 2, 2017, 5-8 p.m.

*Participating Gallery Information and Walk Map: www.downtownfirstthursdays.com

AND EVERY LIVING THING THAT MOVES BY ANDREW CATENESE

Andrew Catanese attended the Sam Fox School of Art and Design at Washington University in St. Louis where he obtained a BFA in Studio Art and first began to cultivate his narrative style. He currently lives and works in Atlanta, Georgia. He has shown throughout the state as well as participated in shows in Missouri, Virginia, and Italy. Catanese’s work stems from his often isolating experiences growing up in the South as a secular, queer man. The dense, tapestry-like images are populated with disguised figures caught in moments of violence and intimacy, surrounded by the thick, heavy foliage enveloping the South. Each painting draws heavily from Southern literature, biblical narratives, and classical myth. Catanese’s work acts as refutations of tribalism and violence and strive to articulate a desperate call for more empathy in the human experience. The paintings endeavor to capture the complexities (both woe and wonder) of the American South.

About the Rialto Visual Arts Series

The Rialto’s Visual Arts Series are professionally curated, bi-monthly exhibitions, showcasing visual artists whose works transform our lobby space into a wonderful gallery that is free and open for the general public to enjoy. The Visual Arts Series exhibitions feature local emerging artists who present dynamic works in photography, painting, or mixed media. Featured artists have included Julio Mejia, Susan J. Ross, Eric Waters, Shannon McCollum, Lucinda Bunnen, Cullen Washington Jr., Charles Nelson, Alex Brewer aka (Hense) and Benjamin Jones.

The Rialto is among the participating galleries of the First Thursday Downtown Art Walk. The Rialto holds artist talks and receptions and during the Art Walk, offering opportunities for the public to meet our featured artists and learn more about the artists and their work.

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