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ARTIST TALK :: Andrew Catanese in Conversation with Tony Bravo
Friday, February 3rd 5:30PM with Reception following until 8PM

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Johansson Projects presents 
In the Flesh, a solo exhibition of works by Andrew Catanese. Amidst stars twinkling in the night sky, a figure with the torso of a human and the head of a frog stands deep in thought, contemplating the blending of the natural world and the canvas. Holding a paintbrush, the anthropomorphized frog reveals itself to be the artist in the piece titled Portrait of the Artist as a Frog. It is fitting for the artist to consider themself in this form, as the body of work that makes up Andrew Catanese’s first solo exhibition with Johansson Projects ponders the barriers of the human and animal world, as well as those of the pastoral and sublime, and of day and night. The exhibition, In the Flesh, opens January 6 and runs through February 25, and comprises new paintings, sculptures and an editioned zine.  Read more…

In the Flesh runs from January 6 – February 25, 2023 with an artist reception on Friday, January 6, 5-8pm. Please join us for an in-person conversation between the artist and San Francisco Chronicle’s Arts and Culture writer, Tony Bravo on Friday, February 3, 5:30pm.

Tony Bravo is The San Francisco Chronicle’s Arts and Culture writer. Bravo joined The Chronicle staff in 2015 as a reporter for the former Style section, where he covered New York Fashion Week for the Hearst newspapers and served as the section’s editorial stylist, in addition to writing the relationship column “Connectivity.” He primarily covers visual arts and the LGBTQ community as well as specializing in stories about the intersections between arts, culture and lifestyle. His column appears in print every Monday in Datebook.

Johansson Projects is open to the public Thur – Sat 1-5pm.

Download Zine Just Like Other Boys