Boris Hoppek “Don't believe a word i say!” @ SC Gallery, Bilbao

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 27, 2013
SC Gallery celebrates its 5th anniversary with German-based Boris Hoppek’s solo exhibition “Don't believe a word i say!”, which will be on display through July 5, 2013. This is Hoppek’s first exhibition "in the Basque Country, and features a selection of individual works (photography, drawing, and installations). On top of this exhibition, Hoppek will make a series of interventions in the public space of Bilbao city."

Sage Vaughn Book Release + Signing @ Skylight Books, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 27, 2013
Our good friend and Los Angeles-based fine artist Sage Vaughn will be having a book signing and release of his new monograph at Skylight Books in Los Angeles on Tuesday, May 28. After you have your day of Americana and BBQing, we suggest you go to something art-related on your day back to work.

Surreal Sculptures by Troy Coulterman

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 27, 2013
This morning we take a look at the sculptures of Sascatchawan-based artist Troy Coulterman. Sometimes we wonder how we could visually represent the nightmarish hallucinations we get in our sleep after accidentally eating old sweaty cheese...but we rarely come up with a solution. Troy embraces these absurd anomalies in his sculptures and translates "them into tangible moments that manage to be even more absurd than from which they came."

Laser-cut Gothic Sculptures by Wim Delvoye

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 27, 2013
The last time we posted the work of Wim Delvoye he had intricately carved car tires. This time he is taken to laser-cutting decorative architectural structures in a Gothic style. A Gothic dump druck? We like it. Some of his works act as clean, smaller models for larger sculptural installations made from heavy and untreated steal that takes on a rusted, "aged" look.

Illustrator Azul De Corso

Illustration // Sunday, May 26, 2013
Azul De Corso is a freelance artist, graphic designer, and illustrator based in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Her vibrant and uniquely South American-flavored work has landed her such clients as Pepsico, MTV, Nickelodeon, VH1, Unilever, and Creamfields, among others. De Corso has also worked as an art director for editorials in Mexico and Argentina. In addition to her freelance illustration career, she is also a correspondent for IdN magazine.

Juxtapoz in Hong Kong: Takashi Murakami @ Galerie Perrotin

Juxtapoz // Sunday, May 26, 2013
Another highlight from the Art Basel Hong Kong week was Takashi Murakami's new exhibition at Galerie Perrotin in central Hong Kong. In celebration of the gallery's 20-year relationship with Mr Murakami, this is the Japanese artist's 9th showing with Perrotin. This particular new body of work features Murakami's "famous alter-ego Mr. Dob and self-portraits of the artist surrounded by his emblematic characters including Kaikai and Kiki with epure backgrounds of skulls pattern."

THE PAINTED DESERT PROJECT: EVER

Street Art // Sunday, May 26, 2013
Organized by artists, Yote and Jetsonorama, The Painted Desert Project invited several artists to visit the Navajo country region of Northern Nevada to meet local residents and create murals. Learning of local customs, history, and tradition, the work created here references much of the culture specific to this area. The most recent contribution to this project came from Ever, who painted a merchant stand with two different, highly colorful pieces. 

Video and short inteview: Score & Moar in Rio de Janeiro

Graffiti // Sunday, May 26, 2013
We recognized Score had talents for spraying his name on walls, but this video of a recent trip of his to Rio De Janeiro displays his ability to create an entertaining video that documents his travel experiences.  This is certainly not like the majority of graffiti videos being made currently. Set to a thoughtfully chosen soundtrack, this should be motivation to go visit Rio or bet yet, South America as a whole.

Juxtapoz @ Art Basel Hong Kong: Main Fair, Part 2

Juxtapoz // Saturday, May 25, 2013
Art fairs, especially when you get on the circuit like we have been over the past few years, can be overwhelming. Art Basel Hong Kong is no different. There is a ton to see, lots of new galleries to read up on, maybe some similar artists, but mostly this is a crash course in over 50 Asian galleries that we didn't have first-hand experience with.

New murals by Ciredz

Street Art // Saturday, May 25, 2013
Ciredz’s most recent mural endeavors both resemble 3D topographic charts in monochrome, with gradients from black to white. The larger piece was painted for the Katowice Street Art Festival in Poland and the other in an unknown location.

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