The Work of Antonio Boggeri

Design // Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Antonio Boggeri was born in April 8, 1900 in Pavia, Italy. He learned violin since he was young. At the age of 16, he attended Technical Institute of Pavia and learned photography with Kodak 4x4. Two years later he met Antonio Crespi at the school cadets in Turin and resumed his study of the violin in Milan...

Todd James "Secret Garden" @ Galleria Patricia Armocida, Milan

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 02, 2014
Galleria Patricia Armocida is proud to present Secret Garden, the first solo exhibition in Italy by Todd James that opened on Tuesday May 13, 2014 and will run through August 1st. For this occasion, the artist created seven large-scale acrylic on canvas paintings and eight medium and small-scale gouache on paper paintings. For his first Italian solo exhibition, James toes the thin line between erotic and ironic, capturing his Junoesque and voluptuous women during their private, secret moments taking place behind closed doors.

Ending Stories

Photography // Monday, June 02, 2014
Dutch photographer Wouter le Duc is drawn to unique characters saying, “I am fascinated by stories about people who are out of the ordinary.” In his series “Ending Stories”, le Duc tries to understand his mother’s belief that the world would end at the end of the Mayan calendar. As the project progressed, he began other doomsday preppers and the preparations they make for what they believe the end will be like.

ROA in Brazil

Graffiti // Monday, June 02, 2014
Whichever country ROA is in (We are fairly sure he has visited them all by now), he will paint the native animal in a larger than life size and always in black and white. This adorable creature was painted in the streets of Brazil.

Lisa Scrimgeour's Bloody Gold

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 02, 2014
Lisa Scrimgeour is an artist living and working in Scotland. Her work is searingly tactile, a cacophony of violent texture and illustrious materiality. Scrimgeour is predominantly interested in culture, prejudice with ambitions to challenge traditional concepts of portraiture and figuration with works that are almost devoid of recognisable facial characteristics. Her aim is to use her art to stimulate questions of beauty and ugliness, disfigurement and difference and thereby interrogate the viewer's responses to prejudice, stereotyping and perhaps even subliminal reactions. 

The Bizarre, Incredible Sculpture Works of Tony Matelli

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 02, 2014
Ron Mueck has long been a favorite of the staff here at Juxtapoz, but we may have found another artist who creates some bizarre and realistic sculptures that may you stop dead in your tracks. Chicago-born, NYC-based installation and sculpture artist Tony Matelli doesn't always create sculpture works, but we collected a bunch of images of 4 significant works to show you today. 

Invisible Barn by STPMJ Design Team

Design // Monday, June 02, 2014
stpmj is an idea-driven design team whose work explores new perspectives built from careful observations, allowing them to provide unique solutions. Their Invisible Barn is a perfect example of that.

Empty Kingdom Summer Art Show @ 111 Minna Gallery

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 02, 2014
This Friday, June 6th, Empty Kingdom will be presenting their Summer Art Show 2014 at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco. The group exhibition curated by the EK family will feature some of the website's favorite artists including, AJ Fosik, Caleb Brown, Andreas Englund, Erin M. Riley, Lucien Shapiro, Jonny Ruzzo, karen Ann Myers, and more!

Recycled Book Sculptures by Long-Bin Chen

Juxtapoz // Monday, June 02, 2014
We've posted the work of Long-bin Chen previously as part of the Dissections and Excavations in Book Art exhibit at The Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art. Today we take a closer look at his work specifically. The New York-based artist carves stacks of books or papers into warriors, Buddhas, and other often Asian culture-inspired sculptures, the finished piece resembling stone carvings. 

Masters of Illustration: Romance Pulp Covers

Erotica // Monday, June 02, 2014
When it comes to displaying lustful romance, seduction, passion and desire, there is no better place to turn than the covers of vintage pulp novels. Filled with sinfully innocent stories and naughty erotica, the masterful illustrators that created these images had a talent unlike any other. Here is a selection of some of our favorites from a few of the best.

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