Another Look: The Minutely Detailed Works of Paul Noble

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 11, 2015
One of the best pure drawers we can think of is Britain's Paul Noble, an award-winning artist with works in the collections of MoMA and the Tate. Noble was one of five founding members of City Racing, an influential artists' space in London during the late 1980s, and was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2012.

Vintage Political Posters From Cuba

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 11, 2015
The Organization of Solidarity with the People of Asia, Africa and Latin America (OSPAAAL) is a cuban politcal movement that, in our opinion, happens to have a history of excellent poster design. The organization's purpose is to fight globalization, imperialism, neoliberalism and defend human rights.

The Sensory Self-Portraits of Edu Monteiro

Photography // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Edu Monteiro transforms himself in his work, disguising his face until he himself is indistinguishable. In his work, the artist himself become’s a sculpture to be photographed combining elements of sculpture, performance, and photography. He wraps himself in various items such as cigarettes, fruit, stuffed animals, and a squid to create these strange and striking portraits/sculptures. The results of his transformations are both humorous and grotesque.

Juxtapoz Presents @ SF DocFest Film Festival: Long Gone John

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
As we mentioned yesterday on the site, on Saturday, June 13 at 7pm at the Roxie Theatre in San Francisco, SF DocFest film festival will premiere “Juxtapoz Presents: Art Shorts," a program of short documentaries that spotlight artists and works featured in recent issues of Juxtapoz. From Olek and Sucklord, Robert Williams to the Mission School, to the world premiere of a new short of Cheech Marin, this should be a great night. A few months ago, we premiered this short on Long Gone John, one of the great art collectors we have ever encoutered, and here is a little reminder about it!

Jurassic Park as an 8-bit Game

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Because I still have the intense memories of seeing the original and always-will-be-the-best "Jurassic Park" in a movie theater, I probably will be a little disappointed by the new installment of the Park legacy that opens this Friday, "Jurassic World." But I will be there regardless. There is a ton of Jurassic stuff on the web right now, and we love this 8-bit, Nintendo vibe'd version of "Jurassic Park" that we watched this morning.

“+1″ Group Show @ Roq La Rue, Seattle

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
We always like a show like this. Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle has asked some of their regularly exhibited artists to show new works alongside artists that they themselves like and are inspired by. The result is a great way to learn about the thinking of the artists you like and collect, and also find a new group of artists to check out. 

Logan White: LA Nudes (NSFW)

Erotica // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
We have been following the photography of Logan White for a long time, and again, through the fantastic new book, Desire: New Erotic Photography (Prestel), we came across her series, "LA Nudes." Logan has always created a very surreal experience when it comes to her subjects, and as you can see from her exhibition history, she has taken the work to a fine art level. Great stuff. 

Turkish Painter Kezban Arca Batibeki

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Turkish artist, Kezban Arca Batibeki paints women, often overtly sexualized and faceless, which probe themes of female empowerment and objectification. 

Holton Rower Pours Psychedelic Blooms

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
New York artist Holton Rower’s series Pour is a wild psychedelic festival for the eyes. The grandson of Alexander Calder, Rower was entrenched in the rich culture of art making early on and has been developing and perfecting his technique for years.

Book Reviews: Drawing People - The Human Figure In Contemporary Art

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
Undeniably, the human form fascinates. It has caught the imagination like no other subject in recorded history. In his introduction to Drawing People: The Human Figure In Contemporary Art, Roger Malbert, senior curator of Hayward Touring at the Hayward Gallery, Southbank Centre, London and contributor to many esteemed publications, writes, “Drawings give access to the obsessions, sense of humour, emotions and fantasies of their creator...

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