HERBERT BAGLIONE: "1000 Shadows" in Niort, France

Street Art // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Earlier this past Summer, we told you about Herbert Baglione's 1000 Shadows Project with Winterlong Galerie in Niort, France. Winterlong organized severals installations in historic French locations in la Rochelle, Niort (where the gallery is located) and in small French villages, and Herbert's stunning site-specific installations and works are some of favorites we have ever seen from the Brazilian artist. Here is a look at some of the works he completed...

Music Video: Thom Yorke "A Brain In A Bottle"

Music // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
We don't think Thom Yorke likes doing pre-press to announce his albums. Sure, he likes the BitTorrent route he went with his new LP, "Tomorrow's Modern Boxes," and he likes the idea of getting rid of middle men and giving artists the chance to make their own money from their art and craft, but I'm convinced he wants to avoid talking to music journalists every few years to talk shop. So we get an unexpected album, and we get a glitchy video of Thom with boxing gloves for the opening track "A Brain In A Bottle," and all is good.

Visible Light

Photography // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
As a former student of both painting and photography, Alexander Harding has a clear handle on the nature of light. In his series Visible Light, Harding examines our relationship with sunlight with a range of abstract and representational photographs. 

Counter Culture Glass @ Habatat Galleries, FL

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
The Counter Culture Glass Show will highlight the best the in American Functional Glass Art Movement. The exhibition will include 35 solo and collaborative works from the top artists in this  “underground glass community”. The vast talent, creativity and skill >coming from these collective artists is astounding....

Eddie Martinez "Perfect Stranger" Print

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Eddie Martinez uses oil paint, enamel, and spray paint to create vibrantly textured, abstract surfaces charged with drips, scratches, and brushstrokes. Offsetting the primary red and yellow with a denim hued blue, Martinez aggressively tacks on color to create a contrasting yet sophisticated palette, deeply rooted in color theory and the process of drawing. Perfect Stranger, while not obviously figurative, embodies the gesture of large-scale Abstract Expressionism...

James Turrell: Prints and Process @ Pace Prints, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
The triumphant job of the printers here is to get the sense of light and color that comes out of the paper like it does with the light,” says Turrell. In order to achieve this effect, Shibata contrasts an oil-based background with water-based ink, resulting in a vibrating light that is typical of Turrell’s work and nearly impossible to capture photographically...

Converse Wall to Wall: Caleb Neelon in Massachusetts

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Longtime Juxtapoz contributor and friend Caleb Neelon is the latest artist to participate in Converse's Wall to Wall project, painting an extra large mural in Worcester, Massachusetts. 

Boxes of Death: An Interview with Tenderloin Television

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
The Boxes of Death artist roster includes world-renowned painters, illustrators, graphic designers, motorcycle builders, tattoo artists, assemblage masters, and print makers. With 50 artists creating coffins for this year’s Boxes of Death show, we thought it’d be a good idea to get to know some of them a bit better. San Francisco-based artist, Benjamin Clarke, better known as Tenderloin Television, creates “low-brow, psychedelic art” that reflects his sense of humor...

Photographs by Hermann Försterling

Erotica // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Hermann Försterling is a German painter and photographer whose photographs of the human body we have been admiring for the last couple weeks. Using a copper plate etching technique that transfers the photographs to hand-made papers, the artists creates often uncomfortable images of an almost corpselike presentation of the human body. At the same time, the photographs are a beautiful celebration of the human form. Be sure to explore his site for more work!

Mike Davis "A Blind Man's Journey" @ 111 Minna Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 01, 2014
Possessing a multi-faceted set of interests, Mike Davis began painting in 1997, and attributes much of his inspiration to watching his mother pursue craft projects during his childhood, and immersing himself in art history throughout his career. From helping his mother with activities ranging from woodworking, hand-tooling leather, and remodeling the family’s home, to engaging with ancient art and Netherlandish painting from the Northern Renaissance, Davis is a self-taught painter, 

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