Details:

Composed of swirling brushstrokes, this painting depicts a coyote and a nude human/coyote hybrid as they pass through an overgrown patch of brightly-colored plants and flowers. The artist frequently melds humans with other organic forms in their work to show how deeply intertwined we are with nature.
Unframed
Signed

① Artwork:

Long in the Tooth

Composed of swirling brushstrokes, this painting depicts a coyote and a nude human/coyote hybrid as they pass through an overgrown patch of brightly-colored plants and flowers. The artist frequently melds humans with other organic forms in their work to show how deeply intertwined we are with nature.

Andrew Catanese’s art searches for new ways to understand ourselves and our relationships with the natural world. In their work, the body becomes an ever-changing site of transformation or a bridge between realms where the artist melds aspects of human, animal, and vegetal forms. Ultimately, by subverting traditional dualism, Catanese’s paintings find ways to discuss new constructions of the self.

Specs:

48 inches
36 inches

③ Artist:

Andrew Catanese

Andrew Catanese’s art searches for new ways to understand ourselves and our relationships with the natural world. In their work, the body becomes an ever-changing site of transformation or a bridge between realms where they meld aspects of human, animal and vegetal forms. Catanese blurs the earth’s great living divides, as defined by Bruno Latour (human and animal, nature and culture, organic and technological), to better comprehend how deeply they are intertwined. Their work insists on a fluid and transformative understanding of our bodies as cyborgs constructed from animals, plants and technology. Ultimately, by subverting traditional forms of dualism, Catanese’s paintings find ways to discuss new constructions of the self.

Andrew Catanese:
Long in the Tooth, 2022
Latex paint on canvas
36.0 × 48.0 inches /