Mary Iverson "You and Me in the Aftermath" @ Gibson Gallery, Seattle

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
August, 2015 cover artist Mary Iverson just sent us over a little preview of her upcoming exhibition at Gibson Gallery in Seattle. "You and Me in the Aftermath" opens on Friday, October 16th. Make sure you check it out if you're in the north west!

Kellesimone Waits "Transmutation" @ Project Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 12, 2015
Project Gallery in Los Angeles recently opened a solo exhibition of 10 new works by Oakland-based artist Kellesimone Waits at their new space in Chinatown. Delving deeper into concepts explored in previous bodies of work, Waits uses the sometimes all too macabre Grimm fairy tales as a point from which to explore the narrative behind concepts of transformation. People are spurred to transform due to love, tragedy, or sacrifice universal concepts that create an accessible portal through which viewers can engage. They are further drawn in by Waits' subtle aesthetic, drawing meaning from the carefully composed works.

Sophie Bramly's photographs from the Bronx in 1981-1983

Photography // Sunday, October 11, 2015
In collaboration with Steidl, Librairie 213 will be publishing a book entitled Walk This Way featuring the photography of Sophie Bramly. From 1981 to 1983, Branly was immersed in the underground Hip Hop and graffiti scenes that were taking place in the Bronx. Her photographs capture some of the most iconic artists of that era that includes Run DMC, Beastie Boys, Bambaataa, DST, Futura 2000, Dondi and Fab Five Freddy, along with the unique environment that surrounded it all.

30 Years of the On The Run crew

Graffiti // Sunday, October 11, 2015
 The Los Angeles based legendary crew OTR or On The Run is celebrating their 30 anniversary by doing some crew spell outs all over the country. Looking forward to seeing more of these blockbusters show up before the year is over! 

Dear Buff Man

Graffiti // Saturday, October 10, 2015
Shock from the UC crew painted this message to the buff man letting them know that painting that cutty track side spot the public doesn't see is pretty pointless and just leads to more street bombing in the end.

Tsq Newsstand Guest Clerk: Fool's Gold

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 10, 2015
Each day at the T.sq Newsstand we will be featuring surprise visits from some of the publication’s contributing artists and friends. Tomorrow, our very special guest clerk will be Fool's Gold and Nick Catchdubs... stay tuned and follow us on Instagram for more details.

T.SQ Newsstand: Open in Times Square

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 10, 2015
It took months of planning, but finally, through October 18, 2015, the Juxtapoz x Victory Journal "T.SQ Newsstand" is open in Times Square in New York City. We had a bit of an opening, unveiling if you will, yesterday where the Newsstand resides (on 44th and 7th Avenue to be exact), and guest artist clerks Cheryl Dunn and November cover artist and Newsstand creator Kimou "Grotesk" Meyer took over for a few hours each. Everyday, we will be announcing the next days clerks on all of our media, so stay tuned.

T.sq Newsstand Guest Clerk: Micah NYC

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 09, 2015
Saturday our Tsq Newsstand guest clerk was artist, designer and founder of Only NY, Micah . He will be selling exclusive ONLY items from 4-7. So come on by! The T.Sq Newsstand is open from 12-7pm, everyday, October 9-18th, 44th and 7th in Times Square.

West Rubinstein "Future Communication" @ 886 Geary, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 09, 2015
886 Geary Gallery is pleased to present “FUTURE COMMUNICATION”, a solo exhibition at 886 Geary Gallery by the artist West Rubinstein that opens on Ocotber 10, 2015 in San Francisco. This is a show we have been looking forward to all summer, as we just recently worked iwth West on a feature article in our upcoming November 2015 issue. The new work is a beautiful series of abstract paintings and sculptures, but you can see the lineage of West's graffiti past in each piece. 

The Work of Jon Burgerman

Illustration // Friday, October 09, 2015
British-born, Brooklyn-based artist Jon Burgerman, often referred to as the “Doodle King,” recently sent us some sketches of his latest illustrations. More than a decade ago, in a brief moment of dismissiveness, the artist referred to his work as ‘doodles.’ 


Every image in one place


Full magazine features from Juxtapoz

visit the VAULT >