In L.A.: Kishio Suga @ Blum & Poe

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
This past weekend, we made it out to Blum & Poe for a special exhibition by Kishio Suga, one of the leading figures of Mono-ha (School of Things), a group of artists who radically redefined Japanese art during the late 1960s and early 1970s. This is Suga's first solo exhibition with the gallery and his first solo presentation in North America.

Jean-Pierre Roy "Terraformer" @ Mark Moore, Culver City

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
An artist we are prepping a feature on for the print magazine, Mark Moore Gallery proudly presents Terraformer, an inaugural exhibition of paintings by Brooklyn-based artist, Jean-Pierre Roy. Despite his photorealistic prowess, Roy's terrains are sourced from pure imagination – cinematic dystopias through a Dutch Golden Age lens.

In L.A.: Know Hope @ Known Gallery

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
This past weekend we stopped by Known Gallery for the opening reception of Know Hope's latest solo exhibition, The Weight. The Weight’ in both a visual and symbolical nature, this exhibition observes on the various interpretations of what weighs down on us, collectively speaking. Photos and more after the jump..

The Photography of Maciek Jasik (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
We have been in a bit of a psychedelic mood on the site in recent days, and when we came across the work of Polish-born, Brooklyn-based photographer Maciek Jasik this morning, we knew we found something that definitely hit us right in the heart. Beautiful portrait compositions, with a sense of mystery behind a rainbow haze.

Balloon Rooms by William Forsythe

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
Normally we would think a room full of hundreds or thousands of balloons would be noisy and annoying, but not when German artist William Forsythe is at the helm. The site-specific work, Scattered Crowd, takes the visitor into a dreamlike, fairy-tale-esque landscape. And hopefully, nobody pops a balloon and ruins the tranquility.

The National Poster Retrospecticus

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
The National Poster Retrospecticus is a collection of hand printed event posters from artists, designers, and events around the country. This year, the tour is coming back--and bigger than ever, featuring over 300 posters from more than 75 artists travelling to seven cities across the US.

Patrick Dougherty's "Ballroom" at Melbourne's Federation Square

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
Similar to the evasive plant Kudzu here in America, the Australian willow tree has become a nuisance and problem for other vegetation, even affecting the habitat of fish and local wildlife. Dougherty recognizes the over abundance of the willow tree saplings and sticks utilizing them for this outdoor sculpture in part of his “Stickwork” series.

The Works of Loic Zimmermann (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
Loic Zimmermann is a French visual artist living in Los Angeles and working as a concept designer (Luma Pictures) on movies such as Thor, XmenFC, True Grit, Percy Jackson, Harry Potter and the half blood prince, Wolverine and Underworld. Though in his spare time, he spends his days painting and illustrating some very appealing nearly nude ladies.

Dilly's (Often) Gorey Portraits

Illustration // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Thomas "Dilly" Littleson's graphic illustrations almost make blood-spurting wounds seen somehow understated. His muted graphite portraits, punctuated only by splotches of red ink create a horrific world where perfectly-rendered men tear off and gnaw on their own limbs without it seeming even slightly absurd.

Daniel Cartier: Blank to Body Suit in 3 Years

Tattoo // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Daniel J. Cartier is transforming his body from blank canvas to body suit by 2013 in hopes of creating a book of photographs and essays documenting his transformation. Blair Schulman has the rest of the story...

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