Borondo "Animal" @ Londonewcastle Project Space

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 09, 2015
We got to spend some time with Spanish artist Borondo while at Nuart this past year, and loved his painterly style that ended up becoming multi-storied murals. Beautiful, intense stuff. The artist will open his largeest solo show to date, "Animal," at Londonewcastle Project Space in Shoreditch, London, on February 5. We got a little teaser video to show you today...  

Aisha Zeijpveld’s Abstractions

Photography // Friday, January 09, 2015
Throughout her work, photographer Aisha Zeijpveld displays a unique style within her compositions and image manipulations. The Amsterdam-based artist specializes in unique portraits that display a special brand of abstract realism. 

Paintings by Slava Fokk

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 09, 2015
The greatest challenge an artist faces is to adequately channel his first bursts of creative energy. It is necessary to constantly work at improving one’s skills in order to effectively tackle this challenge. I combine these practically obsolete concepts with modern decorative themes. In the present body of work, I wanted to create a slightly nostalgic atmosphere.

Paintings by Guillermo Lorca

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 09, 2015
We've been admiring the paintings of Chilean painter Guillermo Garcia-Huidobro Lorca. Guillermo started his artistic training at age 16 with Chilean painter Sergio Montero and after his first solo exhibition in 2007 had the opportunity to spend some time as an apprentice in the studio of the one an only Odd Nerdrum. He currently works in Santiago, Chile preparing for projects all over the world!

How Dr. Seuss Created Green Eggs & Ham

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 09, 2015
Dr. Seuss was well known for his childrens books, but how did he go about putting them together and where did his ideas come from? UC San Diego's Lynda Claassen walks us through his process of notes and sketches for the popular Green Eggs & Ham. We will not, will not, with a goat...

UV Erotica by Robert Babylon

Erotica // Friday, January 09, 2015
Robert Babylon has been creating erotic photography for 15 years, capturing everything from raunchy bondage to soft, sensual black-and-whites celebrating the human body, ever since he became bored of his work at the British National Space Programme. Taking a risk, he followed his passion for photography -- a hobby since he was 15 -- teaming up with his equally open-minded wife, Caroline Martin, to create erotic art.

Sam Friedman "Happy Place" @ Joshua Liner Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 08, 2015
Maybe you have picked up the February 2015 issue at your neighborhood magazine rack, or got your subscription copy in the mail. And if you did, you saw our feature on NYC-based artist Sam Friedman. And you know that its good. Well, as luck would have it, Sam has a solo show, "Happy Place," opening at Joshua Liner Gallery in NYC on January 15, 2015. We have a few looks from the show for you today, plus a little press release info for those of you who will make it out to the show. 

Looking With Qiu Yang

Photography // Thursday, January 08, 2015
We stumbled across these awesome photos by Qiu Yang this morning, and just had to share. This one here of the voyeuristic vibe is just priceless. Yang has shot for magazines and organizations like AnOther Mag, Elle, It's Nice That, Wallpaper*, VW, Nowness, Dior, to name a few. 

Classic spot: Espo x Amaze

Graffiti // Thursday, January 08, 2015
This is right across from where the massive Barclay Center in Brooklyn now stands. It would be much more challenging spot to get currently with the overwhelming amount of security that dominates this area now.

JOHN WATERS "BEVERLY HILLS JOHN" @ Marianne Boesky Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 08, 2015
Marianne Boesky Gallery is pleased to present Beverly Hills John, an exhibition of new work by John Waters. This is the artist’s third solo show at the gallery, and will be on view from January 9 to February 14, 2015, at 509 W. 24th Street, New York. For 50 years, John Waters has provoked the idiosyncrasies and hilarities of the movie business – the childhood stars, the trade lingo, and the false depiction of the ugly and the heroic. His photographic work (since 1995) has taken on politically charged topics of “cinematic correctness,” religious lunacy, and media manipulation. 

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