Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst. Edited with text by Helen Hirsch. Text by Eduardo Arroyo, Fabienne Di Rocco, David Lemaire.
This publication focuses on the reception of Spanish painter and graphic artist Eduardo Arroyo’s (born 1937) controversial work in Spain during the regime of Francisco Franco, from 1939 to 1978. Artworks created during the artist’s visits to Switzerland are also featured and discussed.
Published by Kerber. Edited by Thomas Levy. Text and interview by Belinda Grace Gardner.
This catalogue combines the oeuvres of artists Eduardo Arroyo (born 1937) and Bruno Bruni (born 1935), who worked together on paper using the exquisite corpse method. A variety of styles converge in this series of drawings and vibrantly colored collages.
Published by Kerber. Edited by Thomas Levy. Text by Eduardo Arroyo, Belinda Grace Gardner.
Spanish painter, stage designer and author Eduardo Arroyo (born 1937) turns 75 in 2012, and this volume, published for the occasion, looks back at his comical, often absurdist paintings from 1975 to 2012--paintings, drawings and collages that deploy a repertoire of motifs, such as hats, shoes and comic-book creatures.
For this artist’s sketchbook, Spanish painter, author and set designer Eduardo Arroyo (born 1937) created 20 drawings and then mailed them to 20 international artists, such as Bruno Bruni, William Klein and Peter Blake, to make pairs for them. This volume reproduces all 40 works. Text in Spanish only.