Ricardo Cavolo "GOL, CARAJO!" @ Station 16, Montreal

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Station 16 and Pub Burgundy Lion are pleased to present "Gol, Carajo!", a solo exhibition for the Spanish artist, Ricardo Cavolo. “Gol, Carajo!” will be on display at Station 16 Gallery through November 5th. “Gol Carajo!”will highlight new, soccer-themed works. Additionally, Pub Burgundy Lion has created line of limited-edition of clothing featuring Cavolo’s artwork. The t-shirts, sweatshirts, and soccer scarves will be available for purchase at Station 16 Gallery and Pub Burgundy Lion while supplies last.

Paul Wackers @ Eleanor Harwood Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Paul Wackers opens a new show at Eleanor Harwood this weekend and it looks very solid, with a cohesive collection of new paintings that continue his investigation of everyday objects.

Anthony Burrill for Innocent Targets

Design // Monday, November 03, 2014
Anthony Burrill, who was the featured design artist in a recent issue of our print edition, is working on a new poster series project with Banana & Associates entitled "Innocent Targets." From their site, Innocent Targets is a reminder of the thousands of lives lost to the deadly gun culture in America and a call-to-action to help us put an end to it.

The Photography of Davis Ayer

Erotica // Monday, November 03, 2014
We had been seeing the works of Davis Ayer on the web in recent weeks, and finally were able to put a name to the work of this Los Angeles based photographer. With a combination of double exposure and psychedelic swashes throughout the various photo series, we can't wait to see what Ayer has next. 

Marie J. Engelsvold Draws Emotional Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Marie J. Engelsvold is a Danish artist whose drawings represent images of her mental and emotional state. She translates the drawings into sculptures using any materials necessary to make a fundamental drawing into a phsycial, 3D object.

Chris Ofili: Day and Night

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Chris Ofili has a new show at the New Museum and the title seems to convey how much he works: "Day and Night." This is your opportunity to see the Turner prize-winning artist's production over the last few decades, elephant dung and all.

Terracotta Daughters by Prune Nourry

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
Artist Prune Nourry has created an army of "Terrcotta Daughters," a response to the widely known Chinese National treasure, the "Terracotta Warriors," a noticably all-male crew of ceramic sculptures built to protect the first emperor of China in the afterlife. 

Kate MccGwire: Feathers, Hair and Insects

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 03, 2014
We're always excited to see new work from sculptor Kate MccGwire, who is known for her incredible pieces made of feathers collected from pigeons around her studio, and we were intrigued to learn that she is experimenting with other natural materials in her newest work, including hair and bugs.

Anthony Friedkin: The Gay Essay @ De Young Museum, SF

Photography // Monday, November 03, 2014
With Keith Haring: The Political Line opening at the de Young in San Francisco later this week we wanted to remind everyone that Anthony Friedkin's exhibition of photographs and related ephemera chronicling the gay communities in Los Angeles and San Francisco from 1969 to 1973 is still up at the museum and will be through January 11th, 2015. So make sure you check it out while there for Keith Haring!

Nocturnal Graffiti Scenes with Keegan Gibbs

Photography // Sunday, November 02, 2014
What makes Keegan Gibbs’ documentation of the stealthy act of graffiti so powerful is all found in his angles and execution. He is embedded in the act just as much as the artists, using readily available light sources and creatively obtainable positioning to capture his shots. 

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