Dear Collectors and Patrons,
We are so pleased to announce that our KAI LIN ARTist Andrew Catanese was selected as the muralist for the Midtown Atlanta MARTA Station!
The project will feature a vibrant color palette to illustrate vignettes from fables about friendship, unity, and communion. Celebrating Atlanta's diverse and collaborative community, Andrew's "use of lush natural imagery will transform the concrete into an urban oasis."
Andrew has also been featured recently in an article from ArtsATL:
For more on The Art of Andrew Catanese and for inquiries into the availability of the works currently on exhibition at the gallery, please connect with us!
KAI LIN ART // firstname.lastname@example.org // 404 408 4248
Andrew Catanese developed a body of work that engages in a process of myth making. The paintings adapt vignettes from Dante’s Inferno and places them in landscapes along the Chattahoochee River. Encounters with coyote and deer in the dark woods and along the liminal space of the river hold intrinsic symbolism akin to formal narratives like those in Dante’s epic poem. The works, through the incorporation of Dante’s writing, critically address archaic moral dogmas whose arbitrary values have never reflected the complexity of the human condition. Catanese imbues these places with myth and magic as a way to discuss how people form a sense of who they are and their moral systems based upon their surroundings. In doing so, the landscapes become important parts of a person’s identity as they learn and construct mythologies.