Eddie MARTINEZ

Blockhead Stacks

solo show

December 20, 2018 - January 23, 2019

tokyo

Piramide Building, 1F, 6-6-9 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032, Japan

artist info

485 people attended the opening.
2 271 people attended the exhibition.
The exhibition was open for 19 days.
Daily average 120 visitors per day including opening, 99 per day excluding opening.

  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
  • Artist:Eddie MARTINEZ, Exhibition:Blockhead Stacks
"I started drawing this blockhead form in 2005. In retrospect I can see they were a direct response to my obsession with Guston, particularly his masonry work. I have a distinct memory of visualizing a face merging into a Picasso skull disappearing into a Humpty Dumpty brick wall." Eddie Martinez. Perrotin Tokyo is pleased to present works by Brooklyn-based Eddie Martinez, marking the artist’s first solo show in Japan, as well as with the gallery.

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