Join us for our in-gallery tour program, Local Views at PAMM, where select local artists will speak about a few works of art currently on view at the museum. This month, Eddie Arroyo will lead the tour.
Local Views at PAMM gives visitors a first-hand interaction with local artists by creating conversations centered around art and the creative process. This casual 30-minute conversation takes place on the last Thursday of each month.
Eddie Arroyo (b. 1976, Miami) documents the effects of gentrification through landscape paintings. He received a BFA in Painting from Florida International University and has exhibited at the Girls' Club Collection, Bridge Red Studios, Spinello Projects, Art and Culture Center of Hollywood, Florida Atlantic University, Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum, and the Little Haiti Cultural Complex. Arroyo solo exhibitions include Developers Survey, Bakehouse Art Complex (2015), Aesthetics of Commerce, Swampspace (2015), and Witnessing the Effects of Gentrification, Haitian Heritage Museum (2017). His works are in the collection of Charles Coleman, Karen & Harold Rifas, and Francie Bishop Good & David Horvitz. Arroyo is a South Florida Consortium Grantee and has exhibited at the 2019 Whitney Biennale.