Cut it Out! Public Works @ Urban Nation, Berlin

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 12, 2015
Cut it Out! is an international group show dedicated to the art of the stencil. Curated by Olly Walker and Henrik Haven, the exhibition showcases the work of some of the best artists and exciting new emerging artists that choose to work with the technique, but also the tools of the trade, a bit of history, live action on walls, streets and cars to offer a glimpse insight the world of stencil art. 


Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Former Juxtapoz cover artist and Los Angeles-based RETNA has been making major waves in the contemporary art world for years now, with murals, exhibitions, and projects around the world. This week, Feburary 13 to be exact, RETNA will open a new solo show, "Articulate & Harmonic Symphonies of the Soul" at Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery in NYC. Go see it. 

Taylor McCutchan’s “Golden State”

Photography // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
In his series “Golden State”, photographer Taylor McCutchan set out on an extensive trek through his native Northern California to create images of the landscapes he’s grown to love. The series holds heavy elements of nostalgia with dreamlike depictions of the California coast. 

Barbara Kruger "Early Works" @ Skarstedt London

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Skarstedt London is delighted to announce its forthcoming exhibition of seminal early works by American artist Barbara Kruger( Juxtapoz cover artist, November 2010).. The exhibition features Kruger’s large-scale black and white photographs, overlaid with provocative captions in bold Futura type. This group of works, selected from the 1980s, examines the cultural constructions of power, identity and sexuality through their juxtaposition of text and imagery.

"Several Object Assemblages" by Michael Younker

Photography // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Several Object Assemblages is a series of images by photographer Michael Younker that aim to focus on the sculptural aspects of a still live and the relationships of the objects within it. Touching on themes from pop art and minimalism, Younker creates dry, austere, sculptural compositions and photographs them without the added distraction of color. 

Vintage Vogue Covers

Design // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
These vintage illustrated Vogue magazine covers caught our eye, making it hard to believe that this is the magazine you see in the grocery store today. The typefaces and illustrated figures are fascinating blasts from the past taking us to the fashion and design of the early twentieth century. The simple, hand-illustrated design is something that has become a thing of the past and a visual treat to enjoy.

Juxtapoz x Squarespace: Beyond the Cover

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
A Robert Williams exhibition is an event, and on the occasion that Juxtapoz's founder unveils his first new body of work in 6 years at the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery on February 21, 2015, he is the cover of our newest March 2015 issue. It’s a chance to celebrate not only an outsider legend, but a pioneer of underground aesthetics that have come to define an era of art and culture...

Chow Mein, Chop Suey & Porous Walker

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Our buddy Porous Walker often recedes into his cave for long stretches, leaving us wondering what he's up to and what he's been drawing. Well, wonder no longer, friends! Our dear Porous is having a one-day only art show and anthology book release at Asia Cafe Chinese Restaurant in Napa at the end of this month. It'll be worth the trip to get your hands on a new book of his drawings, which have a serious cult following...

The Nudes of Jean Clemmer

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
One of the world's most renowned erotic fashion photographers, Swiss-born Jean Clemmer's iconic photographs of 1960's Paris explore the utopian fantasies and sexual freedom of the era, focusing on the eroticism of French couturier Paco Rabanne's semi-nude models, dressed in his "unwearable" fashions of futuristic plastic and aluminum chain-mail jewelry.

An Update with Dan-ah Kim

Illustration // Wednesday, February 11, 2015
Dan-ah Kim was born in Seoul, Korea and resides in Brooklyn, NY. Her works are delicate, full of texture, patterns and minute details. The loveliness and preciousness of her picture book-like illustrations are met with hints of darkness, solitude and a certain air of gravitas. A graduate of the Pratt Institute, she currently makes art and works in film and television.


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