Works from Daniel Barkley

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 06, 2015
Daniel Barkley's paintings reflect biblical and mythological stories but he avoids connections to a particular faith. Throughout history, artists have reconstructed spiritual and supernatural stories to...

The Works of Benjamin Garcia

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 06, 2015
Venezuela born artist Benjamin Garcia paints implicitly dark portraits of women. Each work is both surreal and intense. Benjamin says his style is inspired by the nebulous and unclear images of...

Caia Koopman "Chromatic Erratics" @ Spoke Art, SF

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 06, 2015
This Saturday, March 7th Spoke Art will present, “Chromatic Erratics”, a solo show of Santa Cruz-based artist Caia Koopman. After many years of exhibiting in various group shows with the gallery, Caia presents her first solo exhibition at Spoke Art with a brand new body of work.

New Monograph Celebrates Hans Feurer's Ground-Breaking Fashion Photography

Fashion // Friday, March 06, 2015
Hans Feurer is the first monograph on the fashion photography of Swiss born Hans Feurer who has been shooting fashion since the late 60s. Feurer was the founding photographer of the legendary Pirelli calendar in 1974.

“Vegas and She” by Stefanie Moshammer

Photography // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Denmark-based photographer, Stefanie Moshammer’s newest project Vegas and She is the result of a two-month stay in Las Vegas aka Sin City. The varying images that this series is comprise of range from strippers, locals and nightclubs to pink Cadillac’s and dusty landscapes...

Ken Kitano & Tomoko Sawada @ Pace/MacGill Gallery

Photography // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Until April 25, Japanese artists Ken Kitano and Tomoko Sawada will have work on display at the Pace/MacGill Gallery in NYC. The two exhibitions titled “Ken Kitano: our face - prayers” and “Tomoko Sawada - My Faces” are separate yet presented in connection with each other. The gallery’s press release explains in their press release, “In their debut exhibitions at the gallery, Japanese photographers Ken Kitano and Tomoko Sawada examine the formation of social, cultural, and personal identity through portraiture”. 

Sieben on Life: Stop and Smell the Sharpies

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Working as a commercial illustrator for the past decade plus, I've designed hundreds of T-shirts for numerous companies, bands and individuals. But if I had to pick my very favorite shirt that I've ever designed, it would be the one you're looking at above these words. I drew this at my kitchen table when I was 12 years old.

Let Your Eyes Adjust to the Dark

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Let Your Eyes Adjust to the Dark is a collection of drawings by Samantha Wall that delve into her obsession with the internal emotional states that separate us as individuals, while simultaneously linking us as a whole. "The expression of emotions provides a doorway into private experiences that reveal our commonality, a smile could indicate pleasure and a frown, sorrow...  

The Work of Monir Farmanfarmaian

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Born in Tehran in 1924, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian is at the forefront of contemporary Iranian art. Her work illustrates a commitment to traditional Persian techniques and patterns, combining mirror mosaics, Islamic geometric patterns and...

Walking Into a Gif: Installations by Dominique Pétrin

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 05, 2015
Have you ever tried walking into an 8-bit wonderland? An animated gif? Montreal-based multidisciplinary artist Dominique Pétrin creates these fantastic psychedelic, immersive installations that seem to swallow you whole when you walk into them. I don't do drugs, but if I was accidentally dosed at a party, I would prefer Pétrin's style of hypnosis.


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