REKA "Trip The Light" @ Stolenspace Gallery, London

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Trip The Light is the latest solo exhibition by Melbourne-born, Berlin-based artist James Reka. Exploring the splendor of the female form in dance, his deft brushstrokes and fluid lines create a hypnotic dynamic movement that prances between his canvases. It is Reka's London debut and his first solo show at Stolenspace Gallery opening on September 11, 2014.

Scott Greenwalt in his Studio

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Behind the scenes of any functioning system exists a complex internal mechanism, acting and reacting, coordinating and handling all inner operations. Often, this intricate arrangement exists without an outward visible presence, but we trust it's there, all cylinders bobbing in sync...

Hyperreal Erotic Paintings by Hubert de Lartigue

Erotica // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Not all of these paintings are in the "erotic" category, but most of them are of the NSFW work persuasion, and most of these paintings by Hubert de Lartigue are rendered beautifully. From full nudes, to an interest in belly buttons, to some very nice obsessios with tongues, de Lartigue uses acrylic on canvas for all these works. 

"Web on the Wall" @ Robert Koch Gallery, San Francisco

Photography // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Robert Koch Gallery is pleased to present Web on the Wall. This exhibition presents a wide array of aesthetic points of view by artists who source images from the internet. The digital era provides artists with vast visual repositories such as Google, Flickr, eBay, Youtube, and Craigslist. 

“The Public Library: A Photographic Essay”

Photography // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
In the visual survey tradition made famous by Bernd and Hilla Becher with their water towers, photographer Robert Dawson set out to photograph some of America’s most intriguing public libraries. In his book titled “The Public Library: A Photographic Essay”, Dawson travelled across the country to find the most unique and eccentric public libraries he could find. 

Update: The Hyperreal Works of Germany's Dirk Dzimirsky

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
And to think, the only Dirk we knew works in Dallas. We ran across these beautiful drawings by Dirk Dzimirsky last night, and as much as we love how he composes faces, we love the way he captures water and movement around the subject's face. 

Isaac Arvold "These Hands are Monsters" @ Gallery Poulsen, Copenhagen

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Growing up in the north woods of Minnesota outside of a township of 33 people, Isaac Arvold was surrounded by an environment that was conducive to creativity and free will. The youngest of four children, he ran around the woods inventing games and fighting the invisible monsters he and his siblings created out of their imaginations. 

Cole Barash's "6 Girls 6 Cities"

Photography // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
With an experimental spirit and uncertain expectations, photographer Cole Barash dreamt up a concept - 6 Girls 6 Cities. He then traveled across the world to Tokyo, Sao Paulo, Moscow, Paris, London and New York where he exposed one roll of film per model to one roll of her city. 

Dale vN Marshall "Beauty in the Wound" @ Soze Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Marshall’s layered, heavily textured works consist of painterly abstract expression and controlled mark making, etching and relief, whilst embarking on an amazing journey of self discovery through his unique processes of painting. About the exhibit Dale vN Marshall says, “ I am really excited to return to this wonderful city of Los Angeles where I have spent 1 year studying under professors Marie Thibeault and Tom Krumpak nearby at Cal State Longbeach...

Olafur Eliasson Creates Riverbed Inside Museum

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 20, 2014
Danish-Icelandic artist and designer Olafur Eliasson, whose installations we have often featured on the site, is opening a solo show at Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art entitled "Riverbed." The main work, a giant landscape, will unfold throughout the whole South Wing of the museum in one great sweep – and as a major intervention in Louisiana’s usual administration of art in space, thus giving the viewer the opportunity to think about the aesthetic experience as more than just the encounter between subjects and objects...
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