David Benjamin Sherry's "Earth Changes" available through Morel Books

Photography // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
David Benjamin Sherry’s new book Earth Changes is now available through Moral Books and just the cover with the spiral comb-binding alreadylook impressive. Sherry’s approach to the medium challenges categorical ideologies and the question of photographic truth. It could be argued that no photograph can be completely detached or objective, but the distinction concerning a photographer’s intent seems to divide directives: aesthetic or objective.

Stephen ESPO Powers for PS3 @ NADA Art Fair

Graffiti // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
It’s been a while since we last checked in on what Stephen “Espo” Powers has been up to. Unsurprisingly, the prolific artist has been busy beautifying walls across these great lands one witty punch line after another and various other surfaces like a giant semi truck trailer. Painted for PS3 at Nada Art Fair, Powers knocked out one of his signature styled collage pieces based around the ever-important topic, education.

"All Types of Characters" curated by The World's Best Ever @ Joshua Liner, NYC

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
We are excited about this one, as the show has a lot of our friends and artists we admire at the moment. Joshua Liner Gallery presents All Types of Characters, a group exhibition curated by arts and culture digest The World’s Best Ever. Showcasing over thirty contemporary artists based in Canada, Denmark, and The United States, the exhibition highlights the presence of characters in each artists’ work and their function as a means to explore identity and ideas of beauty as a social commentary. All Types of Characters will open with a reception on Thursday, June 18, 2015.

Broken Fingaz "Journey Galactiko" @ Howard Griffin Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
On June 20th, 2015, Howard Griffin Gallery Los Angeles will to present Journey Galactiko, the debut show from Broken Fingaz in the USA. If you remember, we did a fantastic feature on the Israel-based Broken Fingaz Crew in our April 2015 issue of the printed edition of Juxtapoz. There street works, poster art, and fine art are some of our favorites being made today.

The Powerful Portraits of Jo Schwab (NSFW)

Erotica // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
We have had some of these portraits in our desktop folder that reads "Check Out More" for a few weeks now, and I just love this series of powerful and bold portraits by Jo Schwab. There is such clarity in each shot, and each model, nude or otherwise, has such command and unique being that you can't help but want to take time on each photo. 

The Forgotten Future of Bogdan Rata (NSFW)

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Romanian scultpor Bogdan Rata's brand of hybrid realism engenders bizarre combinations of human anatomy based on a "forgotten future," producing "replications of reality" reminiscent of the virtual world of Blade Runner. We take a new look at the work today. 

Nature's Revenge: A Fishing Village in China Reclaimed

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
This isn't so much an art update as it is just a cool sight. Near the Yangtze River off the eastern coast of China, a small fishing village has been reclaimed by nature, sort of a Josh Keyes-ian but in real-life scenario happening as we speak. From MyModernMet, "Once a thriving settlement merely half a century ago, Houtou Wan Village was gradually deserted when the small bay could no longer meet the needs of the increasing number of fishing boats."

Craig Redman "Short Lived" @ Lamington Drive, Collingwood, Australia

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Lamington Drive is pleased to present ‘Short Lived’ by Craig Redman. If you don't know, Craig is half of the duo, Craig & Karl, who we have featured in our Design department in our print edition, and is one of leading designers we have shown on our site. The show in Collingwood, Australia will run through June 27. 

Carlsbad High School Wins the Vans Custom Culture Contest

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 16, 2015
Vans named Carlsbad High School of Carlsbad, Calif. as the grand-prize winner of the sixth annual Vans Custom Culture design competition and awarded a $50,000 donation toward the school's arts education program...

"Artek" by Claudine Doury

Photography // Monday, June 15, 2015
In one of her earliest body of works that began in 1994 and continued on for ten years after, Parisian photographer Claudine Doury documented the down time of teenagers at the biggest pioneer summer camp in the former Soviet Union. This series entitled Artek, is a beautifully composed and edited collection of images, looking like a modern day lookbook but is the exact opposite in every sense. 


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