Paper Chandeliers by Cristina Parreño Architecture and MIT

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 21, 2013
  Working with a team of students from MIT, American studio Christina Parreno Architecture constructed this chandelier of cardboard tubes at ARCOMadrid using a mesh structure of wires and cables to hold the canopy. The varying topography was created by cutting the tubes at different lengths.  

Video: Miguel Endara's 3.2 Million Ink Dot Portrait

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 21, 2013
Artist Miguel Endara filmed himself recreating a portrait of his father with 3.2 million ink dots using a Micron pen. It only took him 210 hours, which is about 4.25 dots per second. Watch the incredibly tedious process (sped up) after the jump...

30 of Nick Cave's Horses Will Take over Grand Central Station

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 21, 2013
Next week 30 multicolored life-size horses and 60 dancers will take over Grand Central Terminal. Orchestrated by artist Nick Cave, the horses will graze for a while and then perform a choreographed piece to harp music. Watch a video after the jump!

Federico Uribi Paints with Repurposed Electrical Wires

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 21, 2013
Miami-based, Columbian conceptual artist Federico Uribi recently released a new series of works made from electrical and a/v cables titled Contectado. Much of Federico's work is devoted to the language of pop art through the use of repurposed objects. He initially began his career as a painter 'influenced by his dark reflections on the Catholic sense of pain, guilt and sexuality'  

José Parlá, December 2009

Vault // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
With José Parlá opening a new solo show, Prose, at Yuka Tsuruno in Tokyo on March 21, we look back at our cover story with the NYC-based artist from December, 2009. The cover story was done in conjunction with our Barnstormers retrospective, showcasing one of the most exciting and influential collectives the we have covered over the past 15 years. 

"Juxtapoz New Contemporary" Now Available in our Web Store

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Featuring staples from Juxtapoz magazine along with a roster of emerging talent, Juxtapoz New Contemporary is a collection of leading painters from around the world. The book is a mix of ultra-familiar to rising stars, from the distinct works of Robert Williams to the abstract, motion filled works of cover artist Conor Harrington.

Heidi Taillefer and Futurology Group Show @ Copro Gallery, Santa Monica

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Our friends at Copro Gallery in Santa Monica, CA will be presenting two new shows on March 23rd: Heidi Taillefer's Land of the Blind, an exhibition of new sculptural works centered around the theme of Eros along with her original oil paintings, and a group show entitled Futurology. More details after the jump!

José Parlá "PROSE" @ Yuka Tsuruno Gallery, Tokyo

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
December 2009 cover artist, José Parlá, is set to open a new exhibition at Yuka Tsuruno in Tokyo entitled PROSE. According to the gallery, " For Parla, walls are sites where the energy, history, and culture of urban society are located, and where human memory and psychology are inscribed." The show opens on March 21 and closes on May 18, 2013. 

"Direct Address" Group Show @ Joshua Liner, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Joshua Liner Gallery has moved spots in NYC to a street-level, 2,600-square-foot exhibition space located at 540 West 28th Street in the Chelsea Arts District. To kick off the opening of the new space, the gallery will open a group show, Direct Address, this Thursday March 21 with a great roster of former Juxtapoz cover artists and features, as well as some new talent that we look forward to checking out. Swoon, Steve "ESPO" Powers, David Ellis, Evan Hecox, and Jean-Pierre Roy are just a few names in the show....

The Works of Mu Pan

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
We can't believe we haven't put a gigantic spotlight on Brooklyn-based fine artist, Mu Pan in the past, but with a little Ralph Steadman influence and dark political satire, this is the kind of artwork to wake up to. The SVA grad mixes a bit of surreal, humans versus non-human battle scenes with a great insight to his sketchbook works. There is a ton of good stuff here... get lost. 

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