Juxtapoz // Monday, February 02, 2015
M. Lamar’s exhibition at the San Francisco Art Institute is called Negrogothic, a title that only begins to hint at the power of this multi-media show, for which walls and ceiling have been painted black, the better to be swathed and imprisoned in a real reality show of dream and longing.
Photography // Monday, February 02, 2015
Inka and Niclas are a Swedish photography duo and they focus on human interaction with nature. These images are jaw dropping. Inka and Niclas are a Swedish photography duo and they focus on human interaction with nature. These images are jaw dropping. In their work, "a happy conversation between a human and nature is revealed in sweeping tableaus, lush color fields, and small, but undeniably engaged individuals, couples, and groups. Whether deeply involved in the conversation, or expectant that it will happen, the subjects bare a desire for this connection." Desire is the word. We want to be there, sitting by that rainbow rock. via thisispaper.com and @anothermagazine
Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 01, 2015
Genieve Figgis's work has been described as "Roccoco paintings left out to rot," but we beg to differ. Some of these trippy, drippy figurative paintings are remixes of specific historical painting, but their vibe is super fresh and funny.
Photography // Sunday, February 01, 2015
Photographed from 2011 to 2014, Matias Costa’s Zoiians is a series of images that follow the traces of the Zonians memory and the moments before their near disappearance. “Known as the Zonians, these people were stripped of their privileges in 1999 when their land ceased to be a North American territory.
Photography // Saturday, January 31, 2015
“Romania and Moldova are beautiful countries with an ugly problem. Every year, thousands of women, men and children are trafficked outside and within the borders for sex and forced labor,” writes Patricia Chabvepi on the project Awhereness by Brooklyn-based photographer Annie Ling.
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 30, 2015
Aligned with their vision to support artistic diversity and public interaction within the arts, Marcas Contemporary and Trekell Fine Art Supplies are inviting six artists to paint in front of a public audience while fielding questions about their art practices and work methods.