Brian Luong's Flora & Fauna

Illustration // Sunday, March 30, 2014
'Brian Luong is an illustrator favoring natural and organic subject matters. Executing his illustrations using various levels of meticulous detail and simplicity, Brian creates a synergy within his work. With the advent of his discovery of shirt design, his work has been honed and refined to best suit the silkscreen printing process.'  

A portrait of America by Curran Hatleberg

Photography // Saturday, March 29, 2014
Curran Hatleberg has been crisscrossing the country, coast to coast, continuing the photographic tradition popularized by Robert Frank’s “The Americans,” searching for the unknown with the hope to experience the unexpected. His ongoing series “Dogwood" and "The Crowded Edge” are the culmination of five years of shooting, and portrays an array of beautiful moments with unclear narratives. Hatleberg currently resides in Brooklyn, having studied at the University of Colorado and the Yale School of Art. 

Video: Sofles paints Croft Alley

Graffiti // Saturday, March 29, 2014
Sofles gave this alley a sprucing up for the Carbon Festival in Melbourne this weekend. Looks like a pretty awesome festival with lots of cool exhibits and speakers. If you're in Melbourne this weekend we highly recommend you going! 

Graphite Renderings of Dennis Scholl

Illustration // Saturday, March 29, 2014
'In his exquisitely rendered pencil drawings, Dennis Scholl attempts to invent a new system of signs, an artistic language free of fixed content. He accumulates a plethora of well known signifiers, then combines them in unfamiliar ways until the signifieds they supposedly invoke can no longer be clearly read.'

Pierre Molinier's Erotic Photo-Montages

Erotica // Saturday, March 29, 2014
Pierre Molinier (1900 - 1976) was a painter, photographer and "maker of objects". He was born in Agen (France) and lived his life in Bordeaux. He began his career by painting landscapes, but his work turned towards a fetishistic eroticism early on. Molinier began to take photographs at the age of 18...

Mike Kelley @ MOCA, Geffen Contemporary, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 28, 2014
Widely regarded as one of the most influential artists of our time, Mike Kelley (1954-2012) produced a body of deeply innovative work mining American popular culture and both modernist and alternative traditions - which he set in relation to relentless self and social examinations, both dark and delirious. His traveling retrospective, "Mike Kelley," opens at MOCA's Geffen Contemporary on March 31, 2014, and will be on display through July 28, 2014.

Dennis Morris "BOB MARLEY: GIANT" @ Known Gallery, LA

Photography // Friday, March 28, 2014
Running from March 29—April 12, 2014, Known Gallery in Los Angeles is hosting a special exhibition of 28 intimate portraits and live shots of Bob Marley in black and white and color taken by British photographer, Dennis Morris. The show also coincides with an opening night release of Dennis Morris and Shepard Fairey's collaborative print.

Interiors by Peter Judson

Illustration // Friday, March 28, 2014
We can't get enough of the work of London-based designer and printmaker Peter Judson. His illustrations of domestic interiors, often rendered in a vibrant primary color palette, strike a 1980s nostalgia within us with his numerous allusions to Memphis Group designs and bitmap diagram-like aesthetic. Judson is a graduate of Kingston University.

Tom Sachs "American Handmade Paintings" @ Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac, Paris

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 28, 2014
Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac is pleased to announce Jux favorite Tom Sachs’s seventh solo exhibition in the Marais gallery titled, American Handmade Paintings. The choice of this title is anchored in specific aspects that are dear to Sachs’s creative universe; his use of the American landscape as iconography and his endeavor to draw our attention to the way the works are made.

The photography of Park Hong-Chun

Photography // Friday, March 28, 2014
Park Hong-Chun is an internationally renowned Korean photographer. His images eloquently describe human experience and the passing of time yet the photographs are devoid of humans. A series of long exposures from the front of a car window shows blurred greenery mushing together with the long lines on concrete; this is more akin to how people remember their experiences than a crisp photograph.

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