Gustavo Eandi


Back in Mar del Plata, the city of his birth, he was a partner of the graphic design studio TRImarchi e Pacheco as well as an organizer of the Disfrutar Muchísimo art spaces and the exhibitions of the event TMDG. Gustavo then moved to Barcelona, where he has been active until today as one of the main illustrators of the Stones Throw Records music label while also collaborating with a large number of projects, publications and clients. Over the course of his career he has worked with names such as Damo Suzuki, Madlib, J.Rocc, Stüssy Japan, Insight or the label Minimal Wave Records, spreading his aesthetics in a wide range of mediums, always within the cult spectrum. The love for heaviness and the obscure has taken on new meaning in Eandi’s oeuvre, which is drenched in a haunting, brutally delicate visuality aligned with trends of lo-fi poster design, the aesthetics of no-wave, logo designs from the 1980s, and the iconography of different sects.

Solo exhibitions

Disciplina, Galeria Logo (Sao Paulo)
Guided by Tourists, Galeria I /_ (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
New Bored, Atelier Vanntårnet (Kongsvinger, Norway)
Selected group exhibitions

SP Arte, International Contemporary Art Fair (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Lista II, Galeria Logo (Sao Paulo)

Alem da Forma. Instituto Figueiredo Ferraz, (Ribeirão Preto, Brazil)
SP Arte, International Contemporary Art Fair (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Oh Hell, Insight Gallery/Store (Los Angeles, EUA)
Lista I, Galeria Logo (Sao Paulo)
B.C.#2.1, Beach London, (London, UK)
B.C.#2, Mexico Project Space, (Leeds, UK)

Preguntame Como! Galeria Logo (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Galeria I /_ . (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Ser y Grafia. Quina Gallery (Bello Horizonte, Brazil)
Ser y Grafia. Fita Tape Gallery (Porto Alegre, Brazil)

Ser y Grafia. Turbo Gallery (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Ser y Grafia. Livraria Pop (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
Numero A Magazine. Sapo Gallery (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Kentler International Drawing Space (Brooklyn, New York, US)
Oscuros Parientes Lejanos. HIC (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
ArteBA. International Contemporary Art Fair, (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
V Salón Diario La Capital. Castagnino Museum (Rosario, Argentina)
ArteBA. International Contemporary Art Fair (Buenos Aires, Argentina)
Periférica. CC Borges, (Buenos Aires, Argentina)