Three Decades of "Jones Beach" by Joseph Szabo

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
We are about two weeks into Summer and were lucky enough to catch some of that beautiful California sunshine on the beach this fourth of July. Joseph Szabo, a teacher and photographer from Long Island spent almost three decades ('72-'99) photographing one of the busiest beaches in the world in this wonderful series "Jones Beach."

More Salt Sculptures by Motoi Yamammoto

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
This isn't the first time we have posted the incredible work of acclaimed Japanese artist Motoi Yamamoto. He has been on a roll lately, travelling around the world creating his labor-intensive salt installations. Prior to his two-week residency at the Monterey Museum of Art, he installed his Floating Garden project at the Mint Museum in North Carolina. Each project involves painstakingly pouring salt in patterns on the floor for several weeks.

Corn-Row Paintings by So Yoon Lym

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
New Jersey-based painter So Yoon Lym's series "Hair and Braid Pattern Paintings" were inspired by her time working as a teacher in a high school where she photographed students. The work focuses on the intricate and unique patterns of corn-rows and are acrylic on paper. 

Dillon Froelich's Temper Tantrum

Illustration // Friday, July 05, 2013
Dillon Froelich's artwork draws many influences from antique culture and vintage aesthetics. Whether fictional or based on real events, Dillon tends to emphasize the dinginess in humanity through illustrations, narratives and murals while incorporating historical pretenses...  

Ryan McGinley's Fireworks

Erotica // Thursday, July 04, 2013
Another 4th of July is upon us and what better way to celebrate than light up some fireworks and... run through them naked. On second thought, best not to try this one at home. We'll leave the antics up to Ryan McGinley and his fearless models. Happy 4th everyone!

Raymond Pettibon on Baseball

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 04, 2013
Because we are celebrating the 4th of July here in the United States, we are looking at some time-honored Amercan traditions to show you, and of course, baseball is about as summer pastime as its going to get. Luckily, Raymond Pettibon, one of the truly great artists of our generation and former Jux cover, has an affinity for baseball as well, and has made a career out of creating brilliant works on the game. 

Jasper John's Flags

Illustration // Thursday, July 04, 2013
“One night I dreamed that I painted a large American flag, and the next morning I got up and I went out and bought the materials to begin it.” Happy 4th from all of us at the Jux team. Check out these iconic flag pieces by Jasper Johns, and psst-- try staring at the circle at the center of the green flag before focusing on the grey flag beneath it.

How to celebrate George Orwell's 110th Birthday

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 04, 2013
Timed with what would have been author George Orwell's 110th birthday on June 25, Dutch collective Front404 decided that they would give out party hats to various surveillance cameras around the city of Utrecht.The collective said of the project, "George Orwell is best known for his book ‘1984’, in which he describes a dystopian future society where the populace is constantly watched by the surveillance state of Big Brother. By putting these happy party hats on the surveillance cameras we don’t just celebrate Orwell’s birthday."

"APPARATUS" Curated by Tim Barber @ M+B Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 03, 2013
M+B is pleased to announce APPARATUS, a group exhibition curated by Tim Barber. The exhibition will be on view from July 11 through August 31, 2013, with an opening reception for the artists on Thursday, July 11 from 6 to 8 pm. Barber's curation will feature a bunch of artists who have been in the magazine before, including Asger Carlsen, Ryan McGinley, Jerry Hsu, Deanna and Ed Templeton and Santiago Mostyn.

Karla Wozniak "THIS WEATHER IS COSMIC" @ Gregory Lind, SF

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 03, 2013
Every time we see Karla Wozniak's work, it is always a pleasure, and we are always excited to see each new body of work she produces. This current show at Gregory Lind Gallery, The Weather is Cosmic (running until July 20th), features oil paintings and works on paper inspired by her new surroundings in east Tennessee where she has now lived since 2011 depicting careful observation of the landscape and a Wozniak's emotional response.