Sonia and Mark Whitesnow: Regina Hair

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The subject of this photoseries by Sonia and Mark Whitesnow looks something like a sexy Cousin It. Stark and minimal, the photos play off of which parts of the body are concealed and which ones by contrast seem even more revealed. The Whitesnows live and work in Russia. Self-proclaimed 'multifaceted artists', they use 'natural materials as well as modern technologies.'

The Works of ONEQ

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Japanese illustrator ONEQ melds Japanese and American art styles in her manga-inspired works. Her hyper-saturated portraits of voluptuous women take a cue from a number of influences, from Japanese pop artist Rockin' Jelly Bean to American comic artist Simon Bisley. ONEQ lives and works in Kumamoto, Japan.

Review: 'The Shroud Opaque' @ Old Crow Tattoo and Gallery in Oakland, CA

Illustration // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Featuring works from Aminah Slor, D.V. D'Andrea, and Hunter de la Ghetto, "The Shroud Opaque" is Old Crow Tattoo and Gallery's newest (and frankly, awesome) show. We've got a review and pictures for you here, but you'd best head over there before December 1st to see it in person.

Old Norse: Conor Harrington in Vardo, Norway

Street Art // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Our December 2012 cover artist, Conor Harrington, was in Vardo, Norway earlier this year, painting incredibly impressive murals around town for Komafest. Luckily for we readers and fans who were not able to make it up near the North Pole, Andrew Telling filmed a beautiful piece documenting Harrington's trip and the surrounding area. Watch Old Norse after the jump...

Opening: Tiffany Bozic "Transformation" @ Joshua Liner Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
After Sandy, one of the largest and fiercest storms to menace the East Coast, galleries re-open their doors and we attend the opening reception of San Francisco based artist Tiffany Bozic, at Joshua Liner Gallery. Her show called Transformation, reminds us a peculiar and colorful Nature where its elements kindly create an unexpected harmony.

Music Video: Tame Impala "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards"

Music // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
One of the best albums of 2013 has to be Tame Impala's Lonerism, a mix of psychedelic, experimental pop that has been playing in this writer's house for weeks now. The video for one of the album's best tracks, "Feels Like We Only Go Backwards," is exactly what it sounds like: a psychedelic collage of beautiful colors. 

Todd James + Alexis Ross "Beyond Elegance" @ 560 Washington, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Andy Valmorbida and PM Tenore are pleased to present Beyond Elegance, an exhibition of multimedia works by Todd James and Alexis Ross at 560 Washington Street, New York City, opening tonight, Tuesday, November 13, 2012 from 6 PM – 9 PM, in collaboration with VistaJet, Bombardier and RVCA Artist Network Program.

Neopopstreetfunk 4 @ Gallery M Squared, Houston

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Neopopstreetfunk is pleased to announce Neopopstreetfunk 4, a group exhibition of original paintings and mixed media showing at Gallery M Squared in Houston Heights. In this, its fourth year, the boys behind the Best of Houston award-winning pop and street art event have outdone themselves yet again. Showcasing new work from 28 visual artists of every variation, Nicky Davis and Kevin Sechelski continue to set new standards in the Houston art scene with their iconoclastic, irreverent shows.

Lauren Marx's Atrophying Animal Universe

Illustration // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Currently working towards her BFA in university, 20 year old illustrator Lauren Marx exhibits remarkable talent and clarity of vision. Lauren connects the animal world to the cosmos: 'I want the viewer to see the mammals as god-like representations of galaxies, nebulae, super massive black holes, flux ropes, and the like. The birds represent stars and space debris formed by the Universe.'

Le Corbusier and the Power of Photography

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Whether you are consciously familiar with Le Corbusier or not, you have surely seen something he has designed or influenced. Whether it is an architectural drawings on the gallery walls of the MoMA or a magnificently designed building itself, Le Corbusier's output is easily recognizable and undeniably beautiful, and it is no wonder that his work has been rigorously catalogued.

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