Stop Motion: The Modern Dance by Rogier Wieland

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Video stills, to cardboard cutouts, to stop motion video. Although perhaps we may not have the biggest opinion on modern dance, or even the great critical eye, Rogier Wieland's work in this stop-motion is fantastic, and we can only assume time-intensive. Some of the scenes of waving arms must have taken days!

Asgar/Gabriel "We Are Hungry, In Fact Very Hungry" @ Galerie Hilger, Vienna

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Austria-based duo Asgar/Gabriel, who create very large format paintings of the zombie apocalypse meets summer of love youth orgy meets a yet-to-be-titled revolution, opens a new body of work, We Are Hungry, In Fact Very Hungry, at Galerie Hilger in Vienna tonight, November 21. The show features new works on canvas, and various mixed-media installation works on cardboard. And we think this is the best title for a show you can possibly have.

Paintings by Louise Belcourt

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
In an interview with BOMB Magazine, Louise Belcourt spoke extensively about her paintings, and this following passage in particular grabbed our attention with its thoughts on approaching a canvas. "For one thing, I’m physically moving them around with me, be it to my Canadian studio or my one in Brooklyn because things get finished so slowly. I am painting the forms in such a way to produce as much of a visceral experience as possible."

Illustration from Some Guy

Illustration // Wednesday, November 21, 2012
Some Guy is the design and illustration identity of Bay Area-based illustrator Phil Guy. (Now do you get the title?!! Our cleverness knows no bounds...) Guy designs graphic, cartoon-style illustrations, often combining them with photography to create unique images of bikers and "van creeps." He has created multiple brand packages, posters, etc., so be sure to check out his website!

Hendrik "ECB" Beikirch's Massive Mural in Busan, South Korea

Street Art // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Our friends at Molotow just sent us this video piece from ILoveGraffiti.de, a 5-minute interview with Hendrik "ECB" Beikirch's massive 300+ foot mural in Busan, Korea. The massive mural resides on the building of Busan‘s fisher union, and features a fisherman in his 60's, representing a changing of economics in the evolving city. The piece is being considered one of the largest murals in all of Asia. Watch the video after the jump. . .

New Release: Barry McGee Catalog for BAM/PFA Retrospective

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Published in conjunction with Barry McGee's retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, on display through December 9, 2012, there is a fantastic catalog available now through D.A.P. Over 400 pages, hardcover, this to us feels like the most definitive McGee book to date, with essential photos of early streets works in San Francisco, and some of McGee's most important installation and sculptural works produced.

Go See: "The Biker" @ Levi's Flagship, SF

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Last week, we attended the Levi's Vintage Clothing exhibition called "The Biker with Oil and Leather & The Bikeriders" at the flashship store in downtown San Francisco. Featuring 21 painted motorcycle jackets from 13 international artists--many of whom are tattoo artists as well--and documents and photographs from Danny Lyon's "The Bikeriders," the show pays homage to the American biker legacy. We've got info (and pictures!) after the jump.

James Reka is Reka One

Illustration // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
James Reka is a young contemporary artist based in Melbourne, Australia. Since 2002, Reka has established himself as a pioneer in Melbourne’s burgeoning street art scene, recognized for his cartoon and illustrative based works that make reference to pop culture. Reka is a dedicated and productive artist who creates his own world of mysterious creatures that communicate though color and movement, based around the style of abstracted fantasy and surrealism...

The Works of Finland's Riikka Sormunen

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
We just came across Finnish artist Riikka Sormunen's work this morning, and just in time, as the artist just released a new book, Big Mother, through Nobrow Press. A mixture of classic illustration, fashion, with a hint of symbolist style, Sormunen gives us a new favorite from the Northern Europe region. We need to get this book.

The Works of Julian Callos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Julian Callos is an illustrator based in Los Angeles. Interested in nature, folklore, death and the "allure of the unknown," he creates cinematic and sometimes jarringly dreamlike illustrations of people seemly lost in their own minds. Callos works in both two- and three-dimensional media and draws heavily from pop culture; to see more, check out his blog.

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