Jim Joe @ The Hole Nyc

Graffiti // Friday, June 01, 2012
Yes 1 2 is a new exhibition by New York street scrawler, Jim Joe, opening tonight June 1, 2012 at the Hole Gallery in NYC.  Curated by the New York Art Department, the show will feature seventeen new works ranging from painting to drawing to sculpture.  Show only runs for three days so get over there this weekend.

The Works of Joshua Bronaugh

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 01, 2012
'Joshua Bronaugh is an artist that is originally from many places – he spent some years in Germany, before skipping through American mountains, forests, and salt flats, landing eventually in the south. His paintings, often large in scale, focus the obsessions of memory and emotion, almost always pushing the human figure to the edges of representation and, in some instances, far into abstraction.'

Illustrations by Rachel Fagiano

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 01, 2012
Through her work, Rachel Fagiano uses illustration, painting, sculpture and installation art to explore the ways in which representations of bodies can explicitly or implicitly reflect on cultural and political issues in the spaces we occupy. 'I am particularly interested in formative moments--corporeal and cerebral--and how they are instrumental in creating individual and collective identities.'

"Call Parade" in San Paulo

Street Art // Thursday, May 31, 2012
San Paulo, Brazil has developed a fantastic public arts project involving 100 artists to participate in decorating and painting 100 public telephone booths around the city.  The project entitled Call Parade has already hit the streets and the “Super brain” design by artist Carla Pires de Carvalho Fernandes is our favorite.

Ben Blatt: Anatomy of a Landscape

Illustration // Thursday, May 31, 2012
'I’ve always loved drawing and painting... ever since I was too young to remember. As a kid I would catch bugs and draw them obsessively with a magnifying glass... It is a surprisingly organic process. There isn’t a clear vision in the beginning - more of a feeling of what I am going for…a mood. ...

The Work of France's Nicolas Le Borgne

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 31, 2012
A bit of tattoo, throw in a little pop-surrealism, and solid illustration chops, and you have the work of France's Nicolas Le Borgne. We just saw on Fecal Face that Le Borgne has new paintings and drawings done, and from what we saw in 2009, we really like the artist's progress...

Preview: "Motion" Group Show @ Corey Helford Gallery

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 31, 2012
On Saturday, June 9, Corey Helford Gallery marks the arrival of summer with “Motion: The Art of Movement.” For the group exhibition, more than twenty five artists from the New Contemporary Art Scene created a wide range of works depicting people in motion, design in motion, and nature in motion.

String Installations by Sebastien Preschoux

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 31, 2012
Not only are these geometric string installations well-constructed by French artist Sebastien Preschoux, but the way they are lit and photographed makes them seem even more profound. The thread installations transform otherwise dark locations into spaces that appear ready to jump through for optimal time travel.

Zombie Gnomes by Chris Stever and Jane DeRosa

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 31, 2012
With recent headlines of a face-eating person in Florida, whose response to a police officers demand to stop was to look back with flesh in his mouth and grumble, face-eating gnomes seem all to timely. Los Angeles-based couple, Chris Stever and Jane DeRosa, has created a series of gruesome zombie gnomes in grotesque scenarios.

Academy of Art 2012 Spring Show

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 31, 2012
The 2012 Academy of Art University Spring Show hosts an Open House this weekend, on Saturday, June 2, inviting the public to explore a showcase of the institution's best student works in art and design. Ongoing from 9am to 5pm, courtesy shuttles will be available from 79 New Montgomery Street to the Cannery. Admission is free, so RSVP on the next page. Preview after the jump from Juxtapoz' early visit . . .

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