BELONG: Liberato’s unique view of the human interaction
Exhibition features Brazilian/Canadian renowned artist Sandro Liberato’s intriguing art
By Leila Monteiro Lins
The colours of Rio de Janeiro and the Brazilian Northeast where Sandro Liberato grew up were added to a vibrant Toronto multicultural scenario and ever since his art has allowed him to express this experience on canvas.
At the age of 15 Sandro Liberato became a member of the Brazilian Society of Fine Arts and now, 32 years later he considers himself still a “work in progress” exploring new techniques and enabling influence from people, actions and words. Now, he is launching his new exhibition primarily set in acrylic and mixed media.
Visitors will enjoy this colorful and visual experience
BELONG, Sandro Liberato’s newest exhibition will debut on September 23rd at BLACK CAT ARTSPACE, one of the hottest spots in the Toronto art scenario. This exhibition is a result of Liberato’s unique view of the human interaction with machines, objects and animals. “I think humans should think less” he says. “We judge ourselves quite a lot for being alike or anything like animals, objects and machines not realizing we are not being what we are meant to be humans and we end up not knowing where we really belong.”
• What: BELONG (Art exhibition)
• Who: SANDRO LIBERATO (sandroliberato.carbonmade.com)
• Where: BLACK CAT ARTSPACE (theblackcat.to)
• When: September 23 to 28 / 2016