AARON ROSE’S FIRE SALE @ Known Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 06, 2012
Beautiful Loser curator, artist, filmmaker, and musician Aaron Rose has been involved many art projects over the years, and was a major figure in NYC's underground art scene in the 1990s. Since, he has moved to Los Angeles and has a "big black box of 1990?s memories" in storage space in Glendale, and now he is having a fire sale. At a gallery. Known Gallery. Which makes it sort of an exhibition fire sale if we were being clear.

Food as Everyday Objects by Dan Cretu

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 06, 2012
Perhaps because it is Friday during a holiday week, and we are slightly hungry, that these photographs of food as everyday objects have us hungry and happy. Dan Cretu has turned a piece of salami, and cucumber, an orange, and a view other fruits and vegetables into things that you would use at a picnic; cameras, boomboxes, and bicycles.

Alex Prager "Touch of Evil: Rooney Mara"

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 06, 2012
This is a bit of older news, but its really good so who cares? Last year, we showed you that photographer/filmmaker Alex Prager shot leading Hollywood stars for the NY Times Magazine, stars who represented the year that was in 2011. That meant Brad Pitt, Ryan Gosling, Kirsten Dunst, and, of course, Rooney Mara. The photographs were, of course, stunning, but the short conceptual films that Prager shot with each actor/actress are quite brilliant as well....

Preview: HERBERT BAGLIONE “OBITUARY” @ BOGOTÁ MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 06, 2012
Sao Paulo, Brazil-based fine artist, and cover of our 2009 Brazil issue, Herbert Baglione, will be opening a museum exhibition at the Bogota Museum of Contemporary Art in Colombia tomorrow, July 7. The exhibition, Obituary, will feature a series of paintings and installations, as well as Baglione recreating the drawings he did as a 3-year old of illustrating simple interventions over family photographs.

LEGO Forest Installation in the Broken Hill Desert, Australia

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 06, 2012
We endorse small towns in the middle of nowhere creating a public art project that resonates beyond their isolation, hell, we wrote an entire essay on the topic in our May 2012 Public Art Issue. In the mining town of Broken Hill in New South Wales, Australia, LEGO continues their celebration of their 50th birthday with a life-sized, LEGO forest in the desert.

Extinct Birds by Brian R. Williams

Illustration // Friday, July 06, 2012
Brian R. Williams portrait set, "Extinct Birds", features extinct birds drawn wearing clothes from the year in which they became extinct. Williams also has another bird series, called "The Fowl Fraternity" and is currently a graduate student, earning his Master's degree studying the History of Art and Criminology.

Erotic Pulp Covers

Erotica // Friday, July 06, 2012
For the past 70 years, comic books have often been considered one of the lower forms of popular art, and their erotic counterpart?? Pulp covers. The greatest pulp science fiction book coversaren't just trashy, they're lurid: filled with half-naked squirming and misplaced eyes. Here's a gallery of some of our demented favorites.

Christoph SIllem's "A World Around Disney"

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 06, 2012
Wandering through Christoph Sillem's photographic series A World Around Disney is like wandering through a Disney cartoon. However, SIllem's photographs are not representing any kind of stage set. Sillem has discovered the community of Val d'Europe. This surreal housing complex is the one that surrounds Disneyland, Paris, a large scale neighborhood erected to accommodate the employees of the nearby destination.

Illustration by Sarah McNeil

Tattoo // Friday, July 06, 2012
Artist Sarah McNeil says she likes drawing, cooking, and exploring nature. We like her illustrated portrait of this tattooed babe. Wolves, birds, and flowers are some of the subjects that make up this girl's ink work and we'd like to see more of this pretty, nature-y goodness in real life.

Studio Visit: Jeremy Fish

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 05, 2012
We get a chance to visit with Jeremy Fish every so-often, and generally it is on the occasion of a new exhibition or body of work being built. What we enjoy the most about visiting Fish in his SF North Beach studio is that whatever research or preparation he has compiled while making the work, the remnants are evident throughout his space... 

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