Inside Thoughts: Eddie Martinez @ Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NYC

Inside Thoughts: Eddie Martinez @ Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NYC
It’s sometimes unfair, as an observer of art, writer or (gulp) a critic to project onto an artist when it comes to intention or what you want from their work. I’ve tried to avoid it, but sometimes you have to recognize when you have borrowed a thought, or an observation, from an artist. I had this with Eddie Martinez a few years back, in the midst of an interview with him for the magazine. We were talking about his famed blockheads, but mostly we spoke about volume and process; this idea of “exhausting compositions.” I loved it; the phrase felt so visual. He said, “But someone like Picasso, not only was he making all kinds of work in different mediums…

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