Alexis Anne Mackenzie "Multiverse" @ Eleanor Harwood Gallery, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Alexis Anne Mackenzie's new show Multiverse explores how minor fluctuations in circumstance, or a slight rearrangement of the same elements, can create a wholly different entity. The term Multiverse is the blanket term for parallel universe theories. Most of Mackenzie's work over the past year has investigated living a sort of double or split life. The new direction in her work started with "Synthesis": her project-space show at EHG less than a year ago. We are delighted to be showing more of her new works.

Tod Seelie "Outland Empire" Zine and Exhibition @ Superchief Gallery, Los Angeles

Photography // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Tod Seelie, who has been a contributor to Juxtapoz magazine over the years (and our editor, Evan Pricco, wrote a little mini-essay in Tod's last book, Bright Nights), will be showing a brand new series of photos and a zine launch with the title of Outland Empire at Superchief Gallery in Los Angeles this Saturday, March 7, 2015. Take a look at the photos in the gallery here, they are beautiful. The opening Party on March 7th will run from 7pm-10pm, with a performance by HO99O9.

Indianapolis by Nathaniel Russell

Travel Insider // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
Nathaniel Russell’s art is witty and effortlessly insightful, and is beloved by all of us at Jux as well as brands like Vans and Mollusk Surf Shop. He also makes some great music under the name Birds of America. An unabashed proponent of a new creative wave in Indianapolis, you couldn’t find a better tour guide that Mr. Russell, a significant contributor to the emerging rad vibes around town.

Paul Wackers: A Studio with Lots of Plants, Naturally

Studio Time // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
This is my studio in what is now called East Williamsburg, where I have been for about two and a half years. I really like the studio, and before this spot, I was in a space shared with about five other people. It was always hard to tell that so many people were in there since we were so crammed in, and I had no windows in and around my 10’ x 10’ nook...

Barbara Wildenboer's Book Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
South African artist Barbara Wildenboer's ongoing project "Library of the Infinitesimally Small and Unimaginably Large" consists of altered books, particularly old books of maps and atlases. "The books become both reference and raw material for sculptures, paper installations and digital animation. 

Tom Sachs: Boombox Retrospective 1999–2015

Design // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
While it can be argued that the persona of an artist should be separate from an interpretation of the work, Tom Sachs poses an exception. The look of Sachs is unmistakably his own: an art world provocateur with a youthful visage, dressed in what could be called “smart boyish” attire—oxfords buttoned to the collar, pants rolled, stylish sneakers—with his signature mop of curly hair, facial scruff, and round glasses.

An Exhibition Jan Kaplický Futuristic Drawings

Design // Wednesday, March 04, 2015
A new exhibition at the Architectural Association in London presents work by the Czech architect and founder of Future Systems Jan Kaplický (1937-2009) – a visionary designer with a passion for drawing as a means of discovering, describing and constructing.

ArtNet's Urban Art Auction now through March 10, 2015

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
We always keep our eye out on the auction scene, and ArtNet just launched a new Urban Art auction (now through March 10, 2015) on their site that has some solid pieces of note. A few Kaws gems, Shepard Fairey, Faile, Swoon, Banksy, Dalek, Futura, D*Face, and Paul Insect all are available, amongst others, and with Banksy's big Gaza release this past week, we think there is going to be some strong interest in a few of his works here. 

My Last Day At Seventeen by Doug DuBois

Photography // Tuesday, March 03, 2015
In 2009, photographer Doug DuBois began working with a group of teenagers from the Russel Heights housing estate in Cobh, Ireland. Over the course of five years, he returned to photograph the community, into what has become a body of work titled My Last Day at Seventeen.
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