Opening: Phil Noto "35mm" @ Bold Hype, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 18, 2012
Tonight, October 18, from 6PM to 9PM, Bold Hype in NYC will be opening 35MM, Phil Noto's new motion picture themed solo show. As you can tell from the looks of the work, Phil is heavily influenced by 60?s and 70?s art and fashion. Sleek female figures, text, and retro design elements are a trademark of his paintings.

Opening Friday: Eating Out Of The Drain

Erotica // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
The Popular Workshop is proud to present “Eating Out of the Drain,” an exhibition of new work from California based artists Chris Lux and Dane Johnson. Presenting documentation and sequential examples of his own artistic process alongside three principal pieces of sculpture and painting, Lux expands upon his own previous work. Sourced from a collection of objects and contemporary images compiled within the confines of his apartment, Johnson’s work, shown in an array of mediums addresses the increasingly abundant and disparate elements of visual culture...

Curtis Kulig for Gallery For the People

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
As we mentioned on the site over the past few days with Sage Vaughn and Deedee Cheriel, NYC-based Curtis Kulig will also be showing new works at a pop-up exhibition in Northern California with Gallery For the People this Thursday, October 18. The Fall exhibition is the first Bay Area pop-up for the migrating gallery, founded by Eva Maria Daniels and Ally Canosa.

Marco Mazzoni "River of Milk" @ Roq La Rue, Seattle

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Italian artist Marco Mazzoni, who we have featured on the site and will be featured in the December issue of Juxtapoz, just opened a new series of colored pencil works, River of Milk, at Roq La Rue in Seattle. We can't believe it, but this is the solo debut of Mazzoni stateside. What have we Americans been thinking?

Now Showing: Jason Shawn Alexander "[sic]" @ 101/Exhibit, LA

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Just opened at 101/Exhibit in Los Angeles, [sic] is a new series of large-scale works by Los Angeles based artist Jason Shawn Alexander. They are his most direct and personal paintings to date. The dramatic narratives that are a signature of his work are yielding to the intensity of the figure itself, to the portrait itself. Jason digs in with his brushes, giving these paintings richer textures and dimensionality than anything that’s come before.

Conor Harrington "A Whole lot of Trouble for a Little bit of Win" Video

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
We just got back from London where we had a little discussion with Conor Harrington of which you can see in the December 2012 issue of the magazine. While there, we saw Harrington's two new pieces, now on display at Lazarides' Bedlam show. Just as he prepared his Dead Meat work, there was a photoshoot with models for the new pieces, and Harrington just released a new video of the behind-the-scenes footage of the shoot. Go watch...

Opening: Ryan Travis Christian "The Second Banana" @ Guerrero Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
As we prepare a larger look at Ryan Travis Christian's work in the print magazine, the Chicago-based artist just opened a new solo exhibition, The Second Banana, at Guerrero Gallery in San Francisco. We think of Christian's work as a psychedelic trip animated by an artist in the 1930s. It just has that vintage feel to it. Maybe that is why we like it so much.

Archive: Jeremy Geddes in Conversation with Ashley Wood

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
With both Australian-based artists Jeremy Geddes and Ashley Wood debuting in the United States this weekend, October 20, at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC, we look back on the cover story we ran in February 2012 with Geddes. For the occasion, we asked Ashley Wood to interview Geddes, to discuss the artist's preparation for his US debut, as well as his penchant for detail and painting 12 hours a day, 7 days a week.

The Political Works of Dignidad Rebelde

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
In his interview in the November 2012 Political Art issue of Juxtapoz, Ernesto Yerena Montejano introduced us to the work of two important political artists in the Bay Area. Ernesto tells us, "It is impossible to talk about contemporary political art without mentioning the talented and artistically prolific duo/couple by the name of Dignidad Rebelde."

Works by Liz Brizzi

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 17, 2012
A native of France born of Italian parents, Liz Brizzi grew up in Los Angeles. Inspired by urban themes, she loves to portray the beauty she captures in the raw, desolate and industrial aspects of cities and their outskirts. Her unique mixed media technique begins with the manipulation of her original photography collaged onto acrylic painted wood panels, finally blended within layers of colorful acrylic washes.

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