"Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida" @ Pace/Magill Gallery, New York

Photography // Monday, April 27, 2015
Pace/MacGill Gallery is honored to present Robert Frank: Park/Sleep & Partida. Featuring the original prints and ephemera comprising his two most recent photographic books – Park/Sleep (Steidl 2013) and Partida (Steidl 2014) – the exhibition explores Robert Frank’s continued interest in the narrative possibilities of the medium and the art of the photobook. 

Matthew Palladino @ Retrospective Gallery, Hudson, NY

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
Retrospective is pleased to present new works by Matthew Palladino. For this exhibition Palladino expands on a series of wall-mounted reliefs. Presented as a series of panels, these handmade objects oscillate between many registers: the physical and the digital, the mundane and the uncanny, the tragic and the comic.

Dean Reynolds "A Way We Go" @ Parlor Gallery, Asbury Park

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
Dean Reynolds is set to open a solo show at Parlor Gallery in Asbury Park, New Jersey, from May 2 through June 7, 2015, with a fresh set of paintings and appreciation for his craft. “The one thing I can say was acquired is a sense of perspective about myself and the work I do. This is not the concrete notion of learning this technique or this way of applying paint. Coming back, I valued the way I work more, slowly bringing a painting to life, carefully crafting a window to another world inspired by reflections of inner experience and metaphorical connections.”

CHIHO AOSHIMA "REBIRTH OF THE WORLD" @ Seattle Asian Art Museum

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
Welcome to the fantastic world of Chiho Aoshima (who is part of the great group of Japanese artists under the Kaikai Kiki family). This might just be our future. Who’s to say that as technology advances, as natural disasters rise, as the organic world blends with the manmade, that smartphones will not become smart buildings? That skyscrapers will not stand up and walk among mountains? That ghosts and spirits don’t already float through our world?

Andy Rementer's "Together" in Tokyo

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
Andy Rementer was our cover artist one year ago, and we've enjoyed watching his work travel and grow even more since then. His latest impressive exhibit, "Together," just opened at Commune Gallery in Tokyo, and includes new drawings and paintings, and a special tote bag and zine edition of 200 available at the gallery. Might be time to plan a weekend getaway to Tokyo. 

Street Gems by Paige Smith

Street Art // Monday, April 27, 2015
Arist Paige Smith has bedazzled the streets of Los Angeles with some intricately crafted geodes made of paper and paint that she installs in urban nooks and crannies. Consider the skill it takes to create and then secretly install this multi-faceted work, and keep your eyes peeled in So Cal. You might be lucky and discover some of these lovely street gems. 

Pakayla Biehn: New Work

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
Today we're admiring new paintings by artist Pakayla Rae Biehn, who makes ethereal images that can play tricks on your eyes. Her work revolves around ideas of beauty and double exposure photography, and it is always surprising and intriguiging. See all of her paintings on her website, youshouldtakecare.com.

Neil Craver's Underwater Photography (NSFW)

Erotica // Monday, April 27, 2015
From Neil Craver's series, Underwater Nude Rock Quarry: "This photographic series is visual voyage of metamorphosis; into the Subconscious waters of the mind. The ultimate metaphysical quest into the undercurrent of consciousness."

Super Future Kid For President

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
London artist Super Future Kid is not running for president but we would consider voting for her, simply because her paintings are dazzling and bewildering. Youth, mystery, strangeness, the occult, spirituality and myths are all themes mentioned in her artist statement, which sums up her symbology. 

It's a bird, it's a plane, it's... a gummy bear?

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 27, 2015
If you've ever wished you could gaze up into the sky and see a giant flying gummy bear, artist Esther Pearl Watson has got you covered. We featured her work back in 2012 and have been fans forever. Like her signature narrative paintings of flying saucers inspired by her dad's inventions, she is exploring ideas about spacecraft through these fun photographs made by sticking candy to a car windshield. She just released a new print...

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