Photography by Magdalena Wosinska

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 07, 2012
The work of Magdalena Wosinska is portrayed in a the same manner of a visual diary, adventurous and full of life. 'She is shooting everything from stunning nudes in barren Icelandic landscapes to the gritty fringes of the Californian skate and metal scenes. Her photos capture an incredible vibrance – a kind of seventies revival – young, bare and overwhelmingly, alive.'

Drink N' Draw

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 07, 2012
In anticipation for the opening of their new artspace, Rabbit Eye Movement released this preview video of a number of the artists participating in their first exhibition indulging in beverages and doodling away. The exhibition opened last night, December 6, 2012 in Vienna with 30 national and international artists showing work.

Guns and Arrows Opening Reception

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 06, 2012
Come on out to Sid Enck Jr. and Jason Adams new show Guns and Arrows opening reception on Saturday January 19th from 7-11pm at Book and Job Gallery.

Baervon Pappe: THE STREETS OF BERLIN

Illustration // Thursday, December 06, 2012
Baervon Pappe is an illustrator with a goal in mind, to explore every street in Berlin and document her findings via adorable collaged drawings, renderings and illustrations. Often times this creative output reflects direct representations of buildings and monuments, while other times its the smaller things that catch her eye, like that little squirrel she saw.

Ed Savage's Comics

Illustration // Thursday, December 06, 2012
The comics of Ed Savage seem to start out mundane and innocent, but somehow, unexpectedly, always end in a bloodbath of fantastical pain and gore. I'm not sure what this all means but I kind of like it. Perfectly fitting for an artist with the last name of Savage- well done Ed. Be sure to check out the rest of his illustration portfolio as well- full of treasures.

Art Basel 2012: Miami Project

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 06, 2012
On Tuesday night, Juxtapoz attended the opening of the brand new Miami Project art fair, featuring a fantastic list of artists including Cooper Cole, Richard Heller, Quint Contemporary, Eric Firestone, Marx & Zavattero, Eli Ridgway, 101/Exhibit, Kopelkin and more. Here is what we saw...

Art Basel 2012: A Walk Through the Main Fair

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 06, 2012
Yesterday morning, Juxtapoz attended the press preview and brunch to honor the opening of the grand ol' fair, Art Basel Miami Beach, the reason why many fairs have grown around Miami during the first week of December. Housing some of the most established galleries in the world (Lisson, Gagosian, Marlborough to name a few), we tried to make our experience the same as we do each year. Just get lost in it all...

The Works of Sweden's Omid Delafrouz

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 06, 2012
One of the major highlights of Art Basel so far was seeing the work of Tehran-born, Gothenburg, Sweden based fine artist, Omid Delafrouz. With two large-scale works and two studies displayed in the Andréhn-Schiptjenko booth at Art Basel Miami Beach, Delafrouz had a sense of youthful humor and nostalgia quite rare to see in the large fair.

New Mural by Federico Massa

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 06, 2012
This whale appears in a tight situation, very close to getting engulfed by a number of large octopus arms. The person responsible for this large underwater themed mural is Italian Brooklyn-based artist, Federico Massa aka Cruz. The mural is entitled “Corrientes Furiosas Que Acarician Y Que Destrozan “ which roughly translates to “Petting And Furious currents that destroy” .To view it this work in person, head to Myrtle and Evergreen in the Bushwick neighborhood of Brooklyn.

The Works of Miguel Sousa

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 06, 2012
Presenting, John Lennon and Jimi Hendrix like you've never seen them before! An array of decapitated, floating body parts, weapons and other paraphernalia, mixed with the unthinkable in these creative illustrations of dead rock stars and death arrangements by Miguel Sousa. We like.

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