Miaz Brothers "Dematerialized: A New Contemporary Vision" @ Lazarides Rathbone, London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Lazarides Rathbone welcomes Valencia-based siblings, Miaz Brothers, to the gallery this May with their long-awaited solo exhibition, Dematerialized: A New Contemporary Vision. The duo will be launching their London debut through June 15, 2014, with a comprehensive body of new and recent large-scale works in their distinctive air-brushed style created through the meticulous layering of spraypaint on canvas.

Ed Ruscha "Prints and Photographs" @ Gagosian Gallery, Madison Avenue, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Gagosian Gallery on Madison Avenue is spending the month of May 2014 (and beyond) with three separate exhibitions and projects with Ed Ruscha in New York, including his participation in Frieze New York two weeks ago, along with an exhibition of a series of recent paintings, "Prints and Photographs." And on May 6, Gagosian and Ruscha unveielve a mural adjacent to the High Line on West 22nd Street and 10th Avenue.

Daniel "SAN" Muñoz: "11 Figures" in Blanca, Murcia, Spain

Street Art // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Daniel Muñoz, known to many as "SAN", has always had a talent for fine art and illustration, creating imaginary worlds that have made him one of the most fascinating and talented artists to emerge from Spain in recent years. He is also a very talented muralist and street artist. Recently, the Madrid-based artist completed a piece, roughly translated to "11 Figures Working In a Corner" on the small abandoned building in the town of Blanca, Murcia, Spain.

Andrew Salgado "Variations on a Theme" @ One Art Space, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Canada-based painter Andrew Salgado has been on the site in recent years for his figurative paintings, and we just read that Saatchi as "one of 12 to invest in today" (Sept 2013). Well, that ain't bad. The artist is set to open a new group of paintings, "Variations On a Theme" at One Art Space in NYC this Friday, May 23, 2014. Today, we have a mini-preview of Salgado's newest paintings...

Public and Personal Works from Luke Ramsey

Illustration // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Luke Ramsey co-founded the Islands Fold residency, exhibits internationally and works as a freelance illustrator for clients such as The New York Times. His practice includes collaboration...

Lettering Pays Tribute to 26 of the Greatest Scientific Innovations

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
We will be the first to admit that our science knowledge is minimal, perhaps that's why we work for an art magazine. Or maybe America doesn't have the best track record for teaching its students math and science. Either way, we wish we remembered more from our science classes and are glad Neil Degrasse Tyson and Netflix are around to occasionally drop some late-night science knowledge. This project from Delhi-based student Khyati Trehan aims to explore scientific diagrams and take form integration to more complex territories. It looks at experimenting with typography, lettering and illustration, paying tribute to the history of science.

Aryz paints three fish on a boxtruck

Graffiti // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Barcelona-based muralist and illustrator, Aryz has been taking time away the last month from the massive wall projects his audience is accustomed to seeing and painted this box truck. The talented young artist composed three smoking fish accompanied with assorted of designs all within a frame. 

Tate Video Shows How They Restored A Vandalized Rothko

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Filmed over 18 months, the this new video Tate is the story behind the restoration of Mark Rothko's 'Black on Maroon'. Mark Rothko's 'Black on Maroon' 1958 goes back on public view at Tate Modern on 13 May 2014, following 18 months of intensive work by the Conservation team and colleagues across Tate. The painting, one of the iconic Seagram murals which Rothko donated to Tate in 1970, was vandalised with graffiti ink in October 2012...

New Experimental Hand-Drawn Animation by Jake Fried

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Jake Fried recently posted a new video. The artist creates his experimental animations by slowly adding countless layers to his illustrations. His materials include White-Out, coffee, ink, gouche, and paper. The Boston-based artist hand-drawn style and unpredictable stream-of-conciousness content are almost overwhelming...

The Cremaster Cycle

Photography // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
From 1994 to 2002, artist Matthew Barney embarked on an artistic endeavor to create his epic five part work titled “The Cremaster Cycle”. Each of the five parts consisted of it’s own feature film as well as an installation consisting of the sculptures used in each film and photographs reflecting elements from each film. 

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