T.sq newsstand Guest Clerks: Daniel Arnold & Will Robson-scott

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
As you have by now noticed, each day at the T.sq Newsstand, we have had special guest clerks. We're pretty excited to reveal that Tuesday's guests will be photographers Daniel Arnold and Will Robson-scott! Come by today, tomorow, the next day, and everyday until we close up on the 18th. And stay tuned for more annoucements in the coming days...

The work of Ian Willms

Photography // Monday, October 12, 2015
Ian Willms is a founding member of the Boreal Collective and wandering documentary photographer who is loosely based in Toronto. His photography practice primarily resides within the gulf between journalism and contemporary art. From the baking highways of the American southwest, to the frozen railways of Siberia, Willms strives to communicate the emotional environment surrounding his subjects through a lyrical approach to photography. 

Janet Delaney's "New York City: 1984 - 1987"

Photography // Monday, October 12, 2015
Throughout the ‘80s, photographer Janet Delancy made several free trips to New York City thanks to her job as a DHL courier.During her off days she spent her time aimlessly wandering the lively streets with a twin lens Rolex and taking pictures of strangers without their knowledge.

Tsq Newsstand Guest Clerks: Evan Pricco, Aaron Amaro, Grotesk

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
Monday's T.sq Newsstand guest clerks will be Juxtapoz Editor-In-Chief Evan Pricco along with Doubleday & Cartwright Creative Director Aaron Amaro, Grotesk, and other special guests. They will be reviewing portfolios from 4-7pm this afternoon, so bring yours by!

Illustrations by Benze

Illustration // Monday, October 12, 2015
"My current artworks are the result of a "distillation" process from the traditional oil painting to the black and white graphic. The tattooed looking components are very important parts of my drawings because they continuously open up new interpretations of the image..."

Martin Wittfooth "Offering" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NY

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
The works in "Offering," which is Wittfooth’s first solo show in New York City since 2011, explore the theme of shamanism and its current revitalization around the world. Wittfooth delves into the notion that the rediscovery of shamanistic practices, such as reaching an altered state of consciousness, is peeling away our egos and materialistic obsessions and encouraging a connection with nature and to each other.

Morten Andersen, Vinz, and L7m @ C.A.V.E. Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
This weekend C.A.V.E. Gallery in Venice, CA opened three new exhibitions: "Next Never" by Moretn Andersen, "Debauchery" by Vinz, and "Icognitas" by L7m. 

Call to Artists: Surreal Salon 8

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
Baton Rouge Gallery – center for contemporary art is now accepting submissions for Surreal Salon 8 (w/ Special Guest Juror Elizabeth McGrath). The work selected from the annual pop-surrealist/lowbrow exhibition as Best in Show will be featured in an upcoming Juxtapoz editorial. The deadline for entries is 11/13. 

Mary Iverson "You and Me in the Aftermath" @ Gibson Gallery, Seattle

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
August, 2015 cover artist Mary Iverson just sent us over a little preview of her upcoming exhibition at Gibson Gallery in Seattle. "You and Me in the Aftermath" opens on Friday, October 16th. Make sure you check it out if you're in the north west!

Kellesimone Waits "Transmutation" @ Project Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
Project Gallery in Los Angeles recently opened a solo exhibition of 10 new works by Oakland-based artist Kellesimone Waits at their new space in Chinatown. Delving deeper into concepts explored in previous bodies of work, Waits uses the sometimes all too macabre Grimm fairy tales as a point from which to explore the narrative behind concepts of transformation. People are spurred to transform due to love, tragedy, or sacrifice universal concepts that create an accessible portal through which viewers can engage. They are further drawn in by Waits' subtle aesthetic, drawing meaning from the carefully composed works.
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