Drawings and Sketches by Italian Architect Aldo Rossi

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 02, 2015
During Italian architect and designer Aldo Rossi's lifetime he accomplished the unusual feat of achieving international recognition in four distinct areas: theory, drawing, architecture and product design and winning the Pritzker Prize in 1990. 'His work combined unabashedly grand forms with the most reductive geometric shapes.' View a collection of his sketches and drawing after the jump...

Landfills in the Style of Traditional Chinese Landscapes by Yao Lu

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 02, 2015
Chinese photographer Yao Lu takes images of garbage draped in protective netting and manipulates them to resemble the beautiful misty mountainous landscapes so often depicted by tradition Chinese landscape paintings. Entitled New Landscapes, the series comments on the not so hidden environmental impacts of China's expansive urbanization.

Mihoko Ogaki's Milky Way Sculptures

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 02, 2015
Japanese artist Mihoko Ogaki has combined the night sky with the body in these sculptures constructed from plastic and embedded with LEDs. The light shines out through thousands of tiny holes and illuminates the walls surrounding the sculpture but when they are placed in bright room, the bodies appear to be suffering and dying.

The Work of Thomas Lerooy

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 02, 2015
We are enjoying the work of Brussels-based artist Thomas Lerooy and his creative, fun and inspiring range of sculptures and drawings. 'I don't like weight; literally and figuratively,' says Thomas. "I've always been uncomfortable owning things. I see beauty in the fact that everything is transient and might disappear.'

The Grim Wreather

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 02, 2015
October is here and if you're a fan of halloween, it's time to lose your mind over artist Andy Alexander's spooky, sculptural wreaths. "Unique, campy and funny" is how the artist describes these creations, which are likely loved all year round by people who wear black nail polish. The Grim Wreather, as Alexander's skeleton friends call him, studied sculpture at UCLA and also makes drawings and prints.

Evan Hecox "Terrain" @ Andenken / Battalion, Amsterdam

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 01, 2015
We are excited to show you a preview today of the new exhibition, Terrain, by former Juxtapoz cover artist Evan Hecox at Andenken/ Battalion in Amsterdam. Hecox plays with both abstraction and architecture, realism and manipulation in each work, and like we have seen in the past, he creates a timeless and often times non-era-specific body of work. The show runs from October 2—18, 2015.

NSFW: André Gelpke's "Sex-Theater"

Photography // Thursday, October 01, 2015
André Gelpkes' series "Sex-Theater" was created in the 1970s and shows various performers from differnet sex theaters around Hamburg St. Pauli. "What fascinates me as a photographer about these people are the personalities of the individuals, the actor who was prepared to bring to reality the secret sexual fantasies of an inhibited society in full public view and in exchange for only a fee."

Scene Report: New York

Graffiti // Thursday, October 01, 2015
Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. Ray Mock aka CarnageNYC delivers this week’s New York Scene Report.

Interview: Cengiz Yar "Syria's Children" Polaroids

Photography // Thursday, October 01, 2015
Last year documentary photographer and photojournalist Cengiz Yar travelled through Turkey, Iraq, Jordan, Syria, and Lebanon photographing and interviweing child refugees between the ages of 5 and 15. With the help of The Impossible Project, Cengiz shot the project on old Polaroid cameras and then handed the photos out to each of the cildren.

Picture Book: Swampy

Photography // Thursday, October 01, 2015
In 2015, anonymity has become an anomaly—unless your name is Swampy. Once an ubiquitous subject in underground scenes after a New York Times interview and highly successful sold-out solo exhibition in San Francisco, Swampy decided suddenly that it was best to retreat into obscurity and hide out indefinitely while the fame train rode out. Like his identity, why he made the choice remains a mystery...
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