New works by Aakash Nihalani

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Friend of the magazine Aakash Nihalani has a few new installations in New York that just opened featuring his signature works and transformations with tape. At the Parrish Art Museum, he created tape installations on the exterior of the museum, while he went on inside to Tripoli Gallery and opened a solo show, Aaranged, featuring triangular and geometric tape pieces. Check out some of the works after the jump . . . 

Let's Interact with the work of ALESSANDRO DIDDI

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
There has been a great group of artists creating these cool little universes that morph both the physical and illustrative and create optical illusions of horseplay between artist and character. Italian artist Alessandro Diddi has some of the best pieces we have seen, especially this gem with his hand and pencil drawing. 

Trailer: "Everybody Street" directed by Cheryl Dunn

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 24, 2013
We have spent nearly 20 years spotlighting various NYC street photographers, from Bruce Davidson, Ricky Powell to Martha Cooper, and now there is something comprehensive to link it all together. Cheryl Dunn herself has directed the documentary and sure fire must-view, Everybody Street, a compelling look at NYC's most famed street photoographers. The city has practically invented the term, so let's watch a trailer to catch up on the subject... this is a great example of Kickstarter done well. 

"30 Zines" by Austin McManus

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Need a good recommendation for some quality printed material to fill that vacant space on your coffee table, bookshelf or even that coveted spot on top of the toilet? The Flop Box has just released a new 84-page zine by Austin McManus entitled “30 Zines.” The New York-based artist has produced a number of diverse themed zines over the years, this one having covers inspired by the early designs of Ed Ruscha small edition books. Each cover is a completely different color, revealing the edition number in bold text and making them one of a kind art objects. he contents inside are a collection of photographs compiled by McManus, friends, and as the website states “classified and unclassified sources.”

Jeffrey Deitch Leaving MOCA... Announcement Tomorrow?

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
When Jeffrey Deitch decided to close his namesake Deitch Projects gallery in NYC in 2010 to take over as the director of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) in Los Angeles, there were grumblings, mixed with general excitement, and perhaps some sort of anticipation that a blueprint would be established for struggling institutions in the coming years. The idea seemed innocent enoug: hire a high-powered, independent galleriest/curator to help create a program and direction for museum's to exist in an increasingly difficult era for major museums to hold the public's interest, and money, for more than one show a year. Well, this experiment may officially be over, as the LA Times is reporting Deitch will be leaving the MOCA for NYC ... 

Robert Williams in conversation with Kenny Scharf, July 2013

Vault // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
We are still buzzing from our week at Comic-Con, and one of the reasons is that we were able to witness the brand new sculpture that Robert Williams created with the help of Gentle Giant Studios. For the July 2012 issue, we paired Robert with old friend Kenny Scharf (who also had sculptures made with Gentle Giant for his newest solo at Paul Kasmin in NYC) to discuss not only their respective collabs with GGS, but also their historical perspectives on sculpture and how their sculptures pair up against art history. 

Preview: Mario Wagner "Controlled Spaces" @ Breeze Block, Portland

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Breeze Block Gallery is proud to present Controlled Spaces, an all-new collection of work by Berkeley-based artist Mario Wagner. Wagner has always been an artist that Juxtapoz admires, a rare mix of collage and fine art that takes aesthetics of James Bond, vintage sci-fi, and Mad Men and combines it with abstraction, surrealism, and landscape exploration. The show will open in Portland on August 1, 2013. 

Niagara Falls... as seen through the lens of a DJI Phantom quadcopter

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
When this video was sent to us the morning, with the simple YouTube description of "The Niagara Falls filmed from a DJI Phantom with a GoPro Hero 3," we knew it was going to be something of interest, or at least a good way to waste about 3.5 minutes. Then we cranked up the 1080 resolution, turned up the volume, and had a surreal few moments that made us have to pee and want to go to Niagara Falls.

Sophia Ahamed's "The Great Depression"

Illustration // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Sophia Ahamed is a graphic designer from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Ahamad believes it is important to constantly engage in change, to invent and reinvent. These illustrations explore the theme of depression through dark visual imagery, a poignant experiment in catharsis through mark-making.

The Atoms For Peace Drawing Room, London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 23, 2013
This week in London, the Thom Yorke-led group Atoms for Peace will be holding their first UK performances in concert, and Yorke will be bringing along longtime Radiohead and now Atoms artist/collaborator, Stanley Donwood. Across the street from The Roadhouse where the band is playing, there will be the Atoms For Peace Drawing Room ...

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