Wall and Other Drawings by Terry Haggerty

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
We got a little reminder this morning about the amazing wall drawings of Terry Haggerty, and although seeing them online does not do them justice, we compiled a nice grouping of both wall and fine art drawings to showcase the work. The London-born Haggerty lives and works in Berlin, and has shown extensively in Europe and the US, including works that we saw at the HAMMER in LA in 2007.

Luke Whitlatch "The Hand of the Slumber Man" @ Richard Heller Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Richard Heller Gallery is proud to present, The Hand of the Slumber Man, the first solo exhibition at the gallery for Los Angeles based artist, Luke Whitlatch. The Hand of the Slumber Man is a suite of paintings and drawings that evoke the static experiences and moments in time that create myths and legends. These works are about what you thought you saw and how non-visual senses can be reinvented through abstraction. Color, surface and compositional elements act as placeholders for sensory information.

Preview: James Jean "Parallel Lives" @t Jack Tilton Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
We love how this works out. Our February 2013 issue, about to hit newsstands and featuring cover art by James Jean, previewed a bunch of the artwork that will go on display tonight, January 9 at Jack Tilton Gallery in NYC. For the occasion, we picked out a few of our personal favorites from the show to preview for you today...

“Anarchists go to Rotary Club” And Other Sketchbook Drawings by Pat Perry

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
You know it, we know it, we are really into Pat Perry's work these days. Good thing for us, and for you, we are doing a nice feature on Perry's work in an upcoming issue of the magazine, and then even better for all of us, Perry updated his blog with new sketchbook works. He gave them a nice title; Anarchists go to Rotary Club.

Music Video: Davie Bowie "Where Are We Now?" by Tony Oursler

Music // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
And out of nowhere came the return of David Bowie. And of course, if Bowie is going to return at the ripe age of 66, he is going to come out with an artistically relevant release. And here it is, the music video for his new single, Where Are We Now?, featuring a great direction by artist Tony Oursler. Watch...

The Works of Belgium's Geraldine Georges

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
Geraldine Georges is a young Belgian illustrator and graphic designer that uses a wonderfully sophisticated blend of illustration and photography in her work, creating an appealing mix of mediums. Her work is often abstracts the female form, capturing the eye and imagination. Her fashion influence is apparent throughout her portfolio.

The White House Flickr Page

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 09, 2013
For those of you who want a more amiable and everyday view into the life our current President of the United States, there is a flickr page that seems to be just the right spot. Obama has plenty of moments that are photogenic and lovable, many of which we have seen before, but the White House's Flickr page is a place where this is perfectly collected and arranged to catalogue snapshots of his personal life as well as his moments at work that are not so explicitly pictured in most media outlets.

Juxtapoz Presents: Lance Mountain x Matthew Barney in Detroit, Parts 1 & 2

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
To celebrate Juxtapoz' special project in Detroit with Matthew Barney, Lance Mountain, Power House, and the Ride It Sculpture Park, Juxtapoz is excited to announce a limited edition Barney x Mountain (shot by our wonderful photographer, Joe Brook) cover circulating on newsstands across the world. There are only 1,000, so good luck on the search. We also invited filmmakers Eric Carlsen and Chris Rosik to shoot a documentary on Mountain's time in Detroit, which is what you get to see here, today.

Preview: Andrew Schoultz "Fall Out" @ Mark Moore Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Mark Moore Gallery proudly presents Fall Out, an inaugural solo exhibition of paintings by San Francisco-based artist, Andrew Schoultz (March 2012 cover artist). In this exhibition, Schoultz translates the motifs in his kinetic two-dimensional works into a real scale three-dimensional installation – presenting an interrelated combination of painting, sculpture, drawing, and collage.

Max Snow “The Lady Of Shalott” @ Colette, Paris

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
Max Snow, born in 1984, hails from New York. After numerous shows, both group and solo, he presents his new exhibition The Lady Of Shalott, at colette in Paris. The works are inspired by the poem by Alfred Tennyson. Both the poem and the show serve to raise questions about society and the artist's role, responding to the conflicting commands to create art inspired by the world and also to live in it.

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