Deedee Cheriel for Gallery For the People

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
As we mentioned yesterday on the site with new works from Sage Vaughn, Deedee Cheriel will also be showing new works at a pop-up exhibition in Northern California with Gallery For the People this Thursday, October 18. he Fall exhibition is the first Bay Area pop-up for the migrating gallery, founded by Eva Maria Daniels and Ally Canosa. The show will also feature works by Curtis Kulig.

POW WOW Hawai’i 2012 Videos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
One of the better festivals/programs that brings artists together, POW WOW Hawai'i is gearing up already for their 2013 edition. The team just released a series of videos by "Director Michael Inouye, highlighting February 2012's week-long art exhibit. With confessions from the creators and artists, we gain a clear understanding to POW WOW’s inspiring purpose as well as a look at the collection of amazing artwork that brighten the already well-lit city."

Opening: Camilla d’Errico & Brandi Milne @ Cotton Candy Machine, Brooklyn

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Last Friday we pass by The Cotton Candy Machine Gallery in Brooklyn to take a close look of The Candy Escape, the new exhibition by two very talented artist: Camilla d’Errico and Brandi Milne. Camilla’s drawings are full with emotion, containing an innocent and passionate story to tell. Brandi's work is inspired by classic cartoons and an abundance of nostalgic child playthings.

Friends Of: Campana Brothers' Designs

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
As we continue our series of featuring the Friends Of Brazilian great, Vik Muniz, today we look at the award-winning design team of brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana. Campana Designs have long been known for their unique combination of craft-meets-contemporary, recycled-meets-high design furniture. The Campanas have garnered massive critical attention for their innovative furniture made from everyday materials and waste products like cardboard, fabric scraps, rope, aluminum wire, and plastic tubes.

New Works by Alyssa Monks

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
This past summer, we were very impressed by the new series of paintings by Brooklyn-based Alyssa Monks. Today, we look at a few new works, as well as a few studies from Monks, works that are characterized by the appearence that the subjects are being captured in the fog of a shower, with a bit of hiding and protection for the models.

Opening: Aaron Nagel "Sovereign" @ Lyons Wier Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Last week, we had the pleasure of attending the first solo exhibition in New York City of Aaron Nagel at the Lyons Wier Gallery. Upon discovering oils, Aaron has been obsessed with the perfectionism of its usage, creating an impeccable and soft texture in his realistic work.

Paintings by Mernet Larson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Mernet Larson's paintings are filled with a diverse array of cues that suggest various past artists from De Chirico to Lissitzky. Her most recent three bodies of work (or "three chapters as the title of her show") focus on heads and bodies, places, and narratives.

The Photography of Sarah Ann Loreth

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Sarah Ann Loreth does not take photographs; she creates them from scenes she pulls from deep within her psyche. Sarah is a fine art photographer from New Hampshire, who specializes in self-portraiture and conceptual portraiture. In her work she tries to covey a quiet stillness of emotion with a connection to her natural surroundings.

New Push-Pin Works by Eric Daigh

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Apparently, all you need are 5 different colors of pushpins, and you can make these incredible portraits by Eric Daigh. Even though at times we think we are looking at mugshots (what, no smiles?), Daigh is at the top of his game with these new series of pushpin portraits. 

Felix Baumgartner's Jump in LEGOS

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 16, 2012
If you are a human, which we assume you are, then you have to be impressed and probably have watched the amazing, 24-mile skydive-human flying-jump by Felix Baumgartner this past weekend. Of course, these things can't be immortalized unless they are Lego-ized. Which has been done now at Vienna’s Model Maker Fair.

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