New Work by Cao Hui

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 07, 2015
Some might not be able to digest what Cao Hui is creating, but we are all about it. The artist’s newest series Visual Temperature explores the guts of everyday objects such as an armchair, suitcase and jacket.

Behind the Scenes of “The Floor is Lava”

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 07, 2015
Ernest Zacharevic recently travelled to Lisbon, Portugal to document’s preparations for his solo exhibition The Floor is Lava, which is currently on view at Underdogs Gallery. Here are some behind the scenes documentation from his temporary studio in Lisbon, where he’s been creating all the new works for the current show and a print studio, where he’s been making a new etching for Underdogs Gallery.

Update: The Work of Akino Kondoh

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 07, 2015
Japenese artist Akino Kondoh is based in New York and has internationally exhibited her work in various media such as animation, manga, drawing and painting. Her newest work does not disappoint.

Milk & Honey: Contemporary Art in California @ Slow Culture, LA

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Tomorow, August 7th, 2015 Slow Culture gallery in Los Angeles will be celebrating their two year anniversary with "Milk & Honey," a group show featuring some of our favorite artists including Chris Burden, Ed Ruscha, Richard Colman, Ed Templeton, Retna, and many more painters, photographers, illustrators, sculptors, designers, and directors currently living and working in California.

The Lifers Project "Seasons Collection" @ NWBLK Gallery, SF

Photography // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Philladelphia-born, Denver-based photographer Matt Albert will be exhibiting his The LIFERS Project "Seasons Collection" this evening at NWBLK Gallery in San Fracisco. For this particular series Albert partnered with Cadillac and hit the road in two Escalades with his Airstream and mobile darkroom in tow to shoot portraits of Danny Way, Ray Barbee, Steve Berra, Lance Mountain and more.

“The Camera is God” by Trent Parke

Photography // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Australian photographer, Trent Parke photographed the series “The Camera is God” on an Adelaide street corner last year. “The Camera is God” depicts various strangers passing by with a dark and ambiguous aesthetic. The grainy, high contrast images are taken at a speed that captures the movements of the anonymous subjects in a fleeting ephemeral motion. 

Bodies and Nature by Chong Chen

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Nudes in nature is a theme we see a lot of on the web, but this series by Chong Chen has a little more conceptual weight to it. The simple act of shooting a nude body contoured to represent a place or thing in nature makes this both an intimate and full of humour. 

An Interview with Jim Cobb, Paint Maker

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 06, 2015
Jim Cobb is a paint maker and fine artist based in Sydney Australia. Jim has been developing what he describes as ‘innovative artists’ paints’ for 50 years, compiling an impressive list of unique paints that offer more than some of their traditional counterparts. So we’ve decided to ask Jim a few questions about his passion...

James Merry's Embroidered Logos and other Creations

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 06, 2015
New York-based artist James Merry recently found himself longing for his other home, Iceland, so he "fertilized" some of his clothes. Merry is a frequent collaborator with Björk and has desined embroidered several of her headpieces over the past six years.

Twelve Pack with Deth P. Sun

Illustration // Thursday, August 06, 2015
A few months ago, I moved to a small town of 7,000 on the Pacific coast up in Mendocino called Ft. Bragg. It's nice. I barely know anyone, but I get a lot of stuff done. I'm pretty much by myself everyday.