Tuesday, October 22, 2019

deconstructing the cube

written by Eddie Arroyo The hammer is heavy yet comforting. Slowly I walk around this damaged concrete cube deciding where to begin, small and large...

Let It Slide

text by Richard Haden Scuffling my way across the sandlot floor, I take another lap through Spinello Projects to get my bearings. Today is Sunday...

the one percent and everyone else

written by Eddie Arroyo Observing Chris Burden’s gold bullets, I was struck by their elegant power. Lined up in a roll and encased in...

how to gentrify Little Haiti

text by Eddie Arroyo I recently returned from a brief trip to the west coast by way of Los Angeles. Certainly, it has been...

coeval with MOCA

written by Eddie Arroyo There has been much said about the MOCA since a number of provincial circumstances began two years ago. Some cite...

an allusion of nature

written by Eddie Arroyo It had been a long day. The evening had just begun as I walked beneath Union Cleaners on 620 Kearny...

social practice in San Francisco

written by Eddie Arroyo Unexplored territory or what gamers affectionately refer to as a "Sandbox" was the thought which crossed my mind walking along the...

MISANDRY

written by Eddie Arroyo Many years ago, I was flipping through the pages of a book on Baroque paintings. After coming off a Renaissance stint...

Strategic Detritus and the Natural Environment

written by David Rohn Three recent exhibitions in Miami reference elements of military-industrial detritus and in literal or figurative ways evoke issues related to aggression...

questions regarding a human condition

written by Eddie Arroyo One artist I was obsessed with in undergrad was John Singer Sargent. This had nothing to do with his subject matter...