Tenderloin Nights: A solo exhibition by Eric Dyer

What does it mean to be a part of a neighborhood? How often is it we get to take a moment to stop and look around? Hi! It’s nice to meet you. My name is Eric Dyer. I also go by E! I’m an artist living and working in the Tenderloin. I make paintings and zines about walking around the city. Walking gives us a chance to slow down and for our thoughts to catch up with us. Walking is a way for us to connect to the neighborhoods we live in. Walking makes it easier to meet people; to stop and look around. In life, scenes exist as a memory—a meditation of the past and what is to come. Painting requires me to slow down, like walking through my neighborhood. Thank you for walking with me on such a beautiful night.
-Eric Dyer

Tenderloin Nights opens Thursday, Nov 4th from 6-10pm
Fleetwood SF
839 Larkin Street, SF