Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld" @ New Museum, New York

Photography // Monday, July 13, 2015
“Sarah Charlesworth: Doubleworld” currently on display at The New Museum is the first major survey in New York of the artist’s work to date, encompassing an innovative career that played a crucial role in expanding the possibilities of photography and establishing the medium’s centrality to contemporary art. 

Nina Ghafari "Nothing Exists Alone" @ Reed Projects, Stavanger

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 13, 2015
Nina Ghafari’s work is a raw and often painful testament to her unfiltered exploration of memory and self through text and image. A self taught artist whose short lived spell at art school showed her that the teaching of “art” for some social classes, was nothing more than an attempt to condition and mute the often brutal realities and associated creativity of those operating outside mainstream culture. Her show at Reed Projects in Stavanger, Norway will run through July 18, 2015.

Bizarre and Disturbing Illustrations by Nicola Alessandrini

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 13, 2015
Nicola Alessandrini lives and work near Macerata, switching from his job as illustrator and graphic designer for Fornarina and Combo brands to a more sincere and acid peronal artistic research on the relation between individual and society, advertising communication and personal perception, realty and virtuality...

Frank Rudolph Paul's Life on Other Planets 1936-39

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 13, 2015
Frank Rudolph Paul was an American science ficiton illustrator of pulp magazines influential in defining what both cover art and interior illustrations in the nascent science fiction pulps of the 1920s looked like. Paul can be credited with the first color painting of a space station and illustrated H.G. Wells' The War of the Worlds for Amazing Stories magazine, the first magazine dedicated to science fiction...

The Work of Pierre Paul Pariseau

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 13, 2015
Today we're tripping out on the work of Montreal artist Pierre-Paul Pariseau. His mixed-media art and illustration reminds us of everything and nothing at the same time—familiar yet odd, comfortable yet surreal—Pariseau works with some of our favorite juxtapositions.

The Intricate Illustration and Erotica of Richard Müller (1874-1954)

Erotica // Monday, July 13, 2015
Richard Müller (1874-1954) was born in the Bohemian city of Tschirnitz as the son of a weaver. His artistic talent was evident early on. In 1888, at the age of only 14, he was animated by a porcelain painter to enter the famous School of the Royal Saxon Porcelain Manufactory in Meissen, where he was immediately accepted...

Dronestgram contest winners

Photography // Sunday, July 12, 2015
For their second edition with over 5000 entries submitted, Dronestgram along with National Geographic hosted the 2015 drone Aerial photography contest. The competition was judged on creativity and photographic quality by a panel of experts including National Geographic photographer Ken Geiger (Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer) as well as Jean-Pierre Vrignaud, Editor in Chief of National Geographic France and Dronestagram.

"Invisible College" @ the Fort Wayne Museum Of Art

Juxtapoz // Saturday, July 11, 2015
Dedicated to the energy and strength of its growing visibility and recognition, Invisible College explores the aesthetics of a movement that has devised its own course; one that has been largely defined outside of institutional contexts...

Thomas Mailaender’s “Illustrated People”

Photography // Saturday, July 11, 2015
Artist Thomas Mailaender’s series “Illustrated People” skillfully combines performance art and photography. In this series, Mailaender applied original negatives from the Archive of Modern Conflict to his subject’s skin while he projected a UV lamp over the negatives. He then photographed the images projected as burns on his subjects, using human skin as photosensitive paper.

Ace Hotel x WeTransfer Billboard Project in Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 10, 2015
As you may have seen from past collaborations, the Ace Hotel is one of our favorite hotels and creative teams. They have really been the leaders of turning a hotel into a destination of art and culture, and we appreciate that and like that they have hotels in most of the cities we travel to. And now in downtown Los Angeles, they have teamed up with WeTransfer to create an ongoing billboard art project. First up is Brian Roettinger.

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