Weekend in NYC: Hit the Fairs!

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 07, 2014
New York City is going to be busy this weekend with a bunch of great openings and fairs through Sunday, March 9. Juxtapoz has already visited Scope, Volta, and the grand ol' Armory Show, but there are great openings and shows all around, so go out and play. 

The photography of Raphaël Année

Photography // Friday, March 07, 2014
Raphaël Année, a young photographer and graphic designer hailing from France, is one of the flourishing members of the Parisian art crew, "The Coolege". Endowed with an inarguable aptitude for capturing the spirit and lifestyle of the Parisian youth culture, Année's work is gritty, visceral and unsentimental, the perfect compliment to the raw aesthetic that The Coolege embodies.

"Grapevine" by Susan Lipper

Photography // Friday, March 07, 2014
Susan Lipper's project “Grapevine” is a collision of the photographer's personal experience and the highly unusual town of Grapevine Hollow, West Virginia. She was travelling through on a roadtrip but was so fascinated by the town that she chose to stay for a while. Lipper’s diary is abysmal and bold; with her flash she illuminates the near anarchic town. 

Sight & Sound: Nikki Lane

Music // Friday, March 07, 2014
On March 13th & 14th, in Austin, Texas, Juxtapoz and Brixton will be presenting a special musical showcase, "Sight & Sound," at the Yellow Jacket Social Club, featuring two huge line-ups including the newly reformed Coachwhips, Reigning Sound, Fresh & Onlys, Natural Child, Together Pangea, Nikki Lane and more. Nikki Lane turns the vulnerable singer-songwriter stereotype on its ear, crafting songs that crucify ex-boyfriends and have no problem with one-night stands as long as she can bolt town right after...

Michael Page & Jesse Hazelip @ HoodLAB SF

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 07, 2014
As the year rolls on, HoodLAB SF is proud to present it 3rd show featuring the works of Michael Page (http://michaelpageart.com/) and Jesse Hazelip. Although these two artists’ art maybe worlds apart, they do share a similar passion in their art. Their art holds a message, often focusing on world issues and distruction...  

Sight & Sound: Trouble in the Wind

Music // Friday, March 07, 2014
On March 13th & 14th, in Austin, Texas, Juxtapoz and Brixton will be presenting a special musical showcase, "Sight & Sound," at the Yellow Jacket Social Club, featuring two huge line-ups including the newly reformed Coachwhips, Reigning Sound, Fresh & Onlys, Natural Child, Together Pangea, Drowing Men, Trouble in the Wind, and more. Trouble in the wind has been labeled as folk, americana, alternative, country, surf rock …

Sarah Harvey's Underwater Realism

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 07, 2014
'My paintings of figures floating are predominantly self portraits. I aim to create paintings that arouse both a sense of well being and pleasure, whilst simultaneously suggesting notions of insecurity, fantasy and sexuality. Entirely suspended by the water, the human forms are fragmented by the ripples and swirls created by the water, abstracting them, and often with implausible results such as the appearance of disfiguration or distortion...'

Morgan Davidson's Colored Pencil Works

Illustration // Friday, March 07, 2014
Morgan Davidson is a twenty one year old artist who specializes in highly saturated, realistic color pencil illustrations. Her work includes detailed studies of body parts like the mouth, eye and...

Richard Renaldi’s "Touching Strangers"

Photography // Thursday, March 06, 2014
Next month marks the release of Richard Renaldi’s photo book titled Touching Strangers. The project began in 2007 when Renaldi began approaching total strangers and asked to photograph them physically interacting with each other. The result was images that display the human tendency toward tenderness and affection than can be found even between complete strangers. 

“Yangtze, The Long River” by Nadav Kander

Photography // Thursday, March 06, 2014
Nadav Kander is an Israeli photographer who is internationally renowned for his unique landscapes. In his book “Yangtze, The Long River” he spent three years winding along the banks of this enormous body of water for his project. The book starts out with a bold fact that the population living along its banks is much greater than the population of the United States at around 450 million people. 

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