Series and Systems by Keith Tyson

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 27, 2015
Keith Tyson began working as an apprentice engineer making nuclear submarines after leaving high school at age 15. Deciding to pursue art, he quit the shipyards and gained admission to the Carlisle College of Art, England, graduating in 1990. He earned his M.A. in Alternative Practice at the University of Brighton, England in 1993.

The Work of Stephanie Inagaki

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 27, 2015
Weaving elements of masterful line work and a strong sense of heritage, the work of Stephanie Inagaki uses Japanese mythology and folk tales as the source for her intimate presentations of the manners in which we relate to the ones we love, the often painful lessons learned in the experience, and ultimately the blossoming discovery of self...

Nuria Riaza's Ballpoint Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, August 27, 2015
Nuria Riaza's blue ballpoint drawings are meticulous, in every sense of the word. Not only are they exquisitely rendered with detailed, fine linework, but each piece displays the artist's very careful deliberation and composition (her grids of collected knick-knacks are a neat freak's dream). Riaza graduated with a degree in Fine Arts from the Universidad Politécnica in Valencia.

Richard Diebenkorn: The Sketchbooks Revealed

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 27, 2015
Throughout his long career, Richard Diebenkorn always kept a sketchbook—a portable studio—to capture his ideas. The books contain 1,045 drawings that span the artist’s career and represent the range of styles and subjects he explored—from deeply personal sketches of his wife, Phyllis, to studies of the figure, to grand landscape studies, to the development and maturation of Diebenkorn’s signature style, a rich blending of figuration and abstraction.

Banksy's Dismaland, the film

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
If you may have noticed, Banksy just opened his very own amusement, excuse us, Bemusement Park called Dismaland in the seaside city of Weston-super-Mare in England. We went there, we did an exclusive interview with Banksy that is our October 2015 cover story, and now, Banksy has just released a trailer/preview/video that summarizes what could be your family trip to Dismaland. Enjoy. 

The Fine Art Works of Musician, Arrington de Dionyso

Music // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
There are a lot of musicians who also paint or create other forms of art, and we have covered many on the site and in the mag in recent years. Arrington de Dionyso is one musician and artist we really love right now, and our friends at Saint Laurent made us aware of his fine art-side of his career recently, and we gathered a great group of works from Arrington, which seem to compliment, if not illuminate, his music.

Thomas Prior and Jake Michaels document Santa Anita Park

Photography // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Coincidently both in Los Angeles at the same time and deciding that a collaboration was needed, photographer Thomas Prior and filmaker Jake Michaels took to the Santa Anita Park outside of Los Angeles over the course of three weekends. With Prior shooting stills of everything but the races and Michaels catching the various moments in between, the two captured a unique vision of cohesiveness with both video and photography.  

Lucy McLauchlan "Where Were You Before Now" @ Fluorescent Smogg, Barcelona

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
If you happened to get around to reading our wonderful August 2015 issue, which we dubbed the environmental issue, you may have come across a feature on the works of UK-based Lucy McLauchlan. She has always been on our radar for her fantastic installations, murals, and fine art works, and now she will be creating a site-specific installation at Fluorescent Smogg in Barcelona, as well as a series of limited editions of comprised of a sculpture, booklet and a linocut print.

Mike Pelletier's Trippy Nude Animation, "Coordinated Movement"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
In this trippy animation, simplified nude humans swim and bounce around the screen, only to be remixed by apparent glitches in reality. Watch it. Mike Pelletier animated the piece with music by Robot Repair. Pelletier is originally from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Canada and now lives and works in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

South-African Loyiso Mkize's Romantic and Surreal Portraits

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 26, 2015
In one portrait of a young South African boy, his head is haloed with a complex architecture of guns, syringes and screaming faces, the objects small enough that they appear parts of a larger ornament. In another, a man shoots himself in the head, his insides erupting into a woman’s face, machineparts, protesters, and the word “emancipation.” These portraits are part of what South African artist Loyiso Mkize labels his surreal work. 
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