NAN GOLDIN's "NINE SELF-PORTRAITS" @ Fraenkel Gallery

Photography // Sunday, February 09, 2014
One of the most imitated and influential photographers, Nan Goldin, currently has an exhibition on display at Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco. “Nine Self-Portraits” features recent photographs never exhibited before, as well as diaristic and contemplative works spanning back to the 1990s. 

Build For The Design Museum Of London

Design // Sunday, February 09, 2014
London based creative agency Build teamed up with the Design Museum of London to create a book cataloging the recent Barber Osgerby "In the Making" exhibit. With paper by GF Smith and printed by Generation Press, the catalog is limited to 100 copies.

The Work of Amy Martino

Illustration // Sunday, February 09, 2014
'Bandits' is a piece by Amy Martino, a New York based Art Director and Designer. She has done commercial work for the likes of Nike and Wallpaper, but she also does personal illustration work that shows up in exhibitions globally.

New zines from DeadBeat Club Press

Photography // Saturday, February 08, 2014
Deadbeat Club Press is a Los Angeles-based independent publishing group ran by Juxtapoz’s friend Clint Woodside. They specialized in limited edition photography publications that are of the highest quality and thoughtfully curated...

Mike Giant "Modern Hieroglyphics" @ Fecal Face Dot Gallery, SF

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 07, 2014
Mike Giant's openings always draw a huge crowd, especially because the graffiti, Rebel 8 fashion designer, and tattoo mainstay hasn't show in San Francisco in a few years. Well, he's back with "Modern Hieroglyphics...

The Real Monuments Men

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 07, 2014
With the arrival of Hollywood's "Monuments Men" movie we were intrigued about this story and did a little digging. Founded in 1943, the Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program under the Civil Affairs and Military Government departments of the Allied forces was established to protect cultural property in war zones during and post World War II. 

Twelve O’Clock Boys documented by Noah Scott Rabinowitz

Photography // Friday, February 07, 2014
Once a staff photo editor with The Wall Street Journal, Noah Scott Rabinowitz is an American photographer, filmmaker, editor and writer based between New York City and Paris. His newest documentary, Twelve O’Clock Boys documents a notorious urban dirt bike pack in Baltimore and it’s been at the top of our list for must see movies since we saw the enticing upbeat trailer. 

Fútbol: The Beautiful Game @ LACMA, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 07, 2014
A perfect lead up to the World Cup in Brazil this summer. The exhibition, Fútbol: The Beautiful Game, open at LACMA in Los Angeles, examines football—nicknamed "the beautiful game" by one sports commentator—and its significance in societies around the world. As a subject, football touches on issues of nationalism and identity, globalism and mass spectacle, as well as the common human experience shared by spectators from many cultures. 

Hassan Hajjaj's "Kesh Angels"

Photography // Friday, February 07, 2014
Last week, Moroccan-born, UK-based artist, Hassan Hajjaj, opened his solo exhibition “Kesh Angels” at Taymour Grahne Gallery in New York. For his first exhibition in the Rotten Apple, Hajjaj presented photographs that pay tribute to the biker culture of the young women of Marrakesh in Morocco. 

The Smith Street Print Project @ ArtNowNY

Tattoo // Friday, February 07, 2014
Something to definitely go and check out in NYC this weekend or the rest of this month. At ArtNowNY, Steve Boltz, Berk Krak, Eli Quinters, and Daniel Santoro, the four tattoo artists from Smith Street Tattoo Parlour in Brooklyn, are presenting their work from a nearly 2-year project. In April 2012, the artists closed their show, traveled to San Francisco, and participated in the first Raking Light Projects artist-in-residence program. This show has the results...

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