New Work by Landland

Illustration // Friday, August 14, 2015
Landland is a very small graphic design & illustration studio in Minneapolis, Minnesota that was started by Dan Black, Matt Zaun & Jessica Seamans in early 2007. The Landland studio doubles as a fully-functional screenprinting shop, mainly focusing on producing art prints, posters for touring bands, and the occasional record sleeve, t-shirt or book project. They use computers, scanners and photocopiers, as well as drawings and fun printing techniques and whatever else they need to use to get the job done.

The Work of Kit King

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 14, 2015
Kit King, a child of artist parents, was raised around art. Currently living in rural Ontario, spends her days painting full time. Hyperreal and ephemeral, this emotional work captures moments of high sensitivity.

Tomás Saraceno Creates Hot Air Balloon Out Of Plastic Bags

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 14, 2015
Tomás Saraceno’s first solo exhibition in Austria at the 21er Haus presents a significant artistic perspective at the juncture between art and science. Saraceno’s exploration of the challenges facing this planet is reflected in Becoming Aerosolar. Through a series of sculptures, objects and installations, the show presents the results of a long-term research project conducted through the interdisciplinary collaboration with institutions and individuals all over the world.

"Encounter" by James Turrell

Design // Friday, August 14, 2015
The Culiacán Botanical Garden in Mexico is a public space whose main functions are the conservation of plant species, scientific research, environmental education and cultural promotion. The newest piece of art commissioned for the Botanical Garden is Encounter by James Turrell, an artist known worldwide for his work in which mainly interacts with light and empty spaces, exhibited in major museums around the world, such as Tate, LACMA and the Guggenheim Museum in New York.

Enrique Serrato: A Life Amongst Art

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 14, 2015
The West Coast art collector scene may have found its answer to Herb and Dorothy Vogel in 74 year old retired delivery truck driver Enrique Serrato. For over 50 years, Los Angeles resident Enrique Serrato has been building an impressive collection of American, Chicano and Mexican art that now exceeds 6000 pieces covering ceramics, paintings, sculpture and outsider art. 

In the Magazine: Felipe Pantone

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 14, 2015
On a particularly gloomy February day in London, I first met Felipe Pantone at a well-loved legal wall in Shoreditch’s Brick Lane. Having followed his graffiti for many years, I was particularly excited to see him in action, to witness firsthand what tricks might be behind his optical illusions, the kind that only work if they’re perfect. Turns out there were none. He rendered his excruciatingly thin, straight lines almost too easily, stepping back every few minutes, closing one eye and turning his head to the side, a move that inexplicably helps him “see the piece better.” 

Fernando Chamarelli "Secret Code" @ Thinkspace Gallery

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 13, 2015
This one should be good.  Brazilian designer, illustrator and artist Fernando Chamarelli will open a new solo show, Secret Code, at Thinkspace on August 15, the artist’s second solo exhibition with the gallery. We have been following his progress on Instagram as he has set up the show, and this looks like a solid one. Lots of colors, lots of details, lots hybrid human-creatures, go get it. 

“L'Erba Cativa (l'an mor mai)”: A Collective performance directed by Andreco

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 13, 2015
“L'erba Cativa (l'an mor mai)” is a collective performance that draws inspiration from some timeless images and words, timeless because of their subversive power. These come from Aeschylus's Oresteia, and especially from the figures of the Furious Erinyes, “those baleful children of the night” that symbolize the impossibility of taming wild nature. Rebellious figures difficult to categorize. Presences as enigmatic and mysterious as the performers of the parade that burst into the Santarcangelo Festival 2015, on Saturday July 18th.

"Paradisco" by Andi Gáldi Vinkó

Photography // Thursday, August 13, 2015
Taken over the course of five years and described as a series of “"sociological portraits,” Andi Gáldi Vinkó’s Paradisco is an eclectic collection of candid images shot from a unique perspective. 

"Revok" @ Ruttkowski;68, Germany

Graffiti // Thursday, August 13, 2015
Revok is Jason Williams's second show this year following an exhibition in Los Angeles with the same title. It refers to the concept of identity that he has been exploring since 1990, when he adopted the name as his alias after becoming dissatisfied by the expectations and connotations of social status.


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