The Precision of Alexander Aksinin

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 16, 2015
Alexander Aksinin was a well-regarded Russian-Ukrainian printmaker and painter known for his sophisticated etching technique, precision and perfectionist attention to detail. Born in 1949, Aksinin worked as an art editor, served in the Soviet army, worked as an industrial design office. Aksinin died in a plane crash in 1985.

Yuni Kim Lang's "Comfort Hair" Sculpture

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 16, 2015
Michigan-based artist Yuni Kim Lang's live sculpture "Comfort Hair" is is inspired by the Gache, which is a big wig that was worn by Korean women back in history who were of high social backgrounds. The bigger and heavier the wigs were, the more beautiful and aesthetic they were. "My vision was to see hair in the way we fantasize about it... 

“Doggy Love” by Wong Ping

Erotica // Monday, March 16, 2015
"Doggy Love" is the latest animation from Chinese animator and "playful pervert" Wong Ping about a young boy’s erotic fixation with a classmate boasting breasts on her back.

Alexander McQueen "Savage Beauty" @ V&A Museum

Fashion // Monday, March 16, 2015
This weekend the Victoria and Albert Museum in London opened the first and largest retrospective of Alexander McQueen's work to be presented in Europe. "Savage Beauty" showcases the late designer's work spanning his 1992 MA graduate colleciton to his unfinished A/W 2010 collection, McQueen's designs are presented with the dramatic staging and sense of spectacle synonymous with his runway shows. 

“For the Revolution” by Keith Yahrling

Photography // Sunday, March 15, 2015
Currently residing inPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania, Keith Yahrlingwas nominated for PDN’s 30 of 2015 and was the recipient of a Graduate Studies Grant after finishing his MFA at RISD, which he says was pivotal for establishing a serious practice with his work.

John Chervinsky’s “An experiment in Perspective”

Photography // Sunday, March 15, 2015
John Chervinsky is a Harvard engineer who produces cutting edge still-life photographs that explore ongoing philosophical and technological debates that have raged for centuries. His new self-published book An Experiment in Perspective has been made available by Photo-Eye Bookstore and contains 32 high quality,individually printed black and white images; two color images, and a corresponding visual index.

Video: Sofles Backwards

Graffiti // Sunday, March 15, 2015
Sofles takes advantage of a nice big glass wall in an abandoned office building painting his name backwards and doing a mighty fine job of it.

Update: "In Pieces" by Marion Fayolle

Erotica // Sunday, March 15, 2015
These illustrations come from French artist Marion Fayolle's wordless book entitled "In Pieces." The book is a series of comic-style narratives about human relationships. These works are meant to make us think...

Glenn Barr, devNgosha, and WIlliam Wray @ KP Project/MKG, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 13, 2015
This Saturday, March 14th, 2015 KP Projects/ MKG in Los Angeles will be presenting their spring’s exhibition featuring new works from Glenn Barr, devNgosha and William Wray. 

Exclusive Screening: Mike Aho's "The Lonely Life"

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 13, 2015
Control is lost and time becomes an abstraction when Mike Aho draws us into the short film The Lonely Life, which he wrote, directed and scored. He can be credited with almost every aspect of the film. (That, on top of being the new creative director at Volcom, and leading the band ((sounder)).) It stars musician and actor Will Oldham, whose character had been cryogenically frozen and is searching to understand his former life. Dazed in the intense haze of medication, lies and hallucinations, the film follows this search for truth amidst a cloak of certain evil. 


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