“A Dodger A Day” is a collection of 119 ambidextrous works by Los Angeles-based artist Eduardo Gómez. Inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic, the works on display were completed during quarantine and over a span of 119 consecutive days, which also paralleled the delay of the Los Angeles Dodgers 2020 season home opener. Along with encapsulating the rich and colorful history of the Dodgers, from Brooklyn to Los Angeles, these works document a turbulent time in recent modern history, in a year unlike any other; full of tragedy, fear, uncertainty, civil unrest and with a silver lined Hollywood ending 32 years in the making.
About Eduardo Gómez
Eduardo Gómez (b. 1980, Long Beach, CA.) is a multidisciplinary artist currently living and working in Los Angeles. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the California State University of Long Beach in 2007 and completed his Master of Fine Arts degree at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco in 2010. His work has been featured in a number of group exhibitions, including solo shows in both Los Angeles and San Francisco, as well as commission work most notably published by ESPN and featured in the Stüssy Spring ‘21 collection.
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