Couldn't Find that but we did find this related to 'aftermath':
Marlee Pasinetti's "Mexico"
“Mexico,” a photo series by London-born photographer Marlee Pasinetti, is a soulful narrative which captures the almost sleepy aftermath which follows a specifically intense revolution — a what happens now sense that pervades the mindsets and actions of the individuals who had previously fought so hard to get to this point (some who are ready to move on, and others who feel their needs have not been met).March 07, 2016
Introducing Christie Neptune
We were thrilled to come across Christie Neptune's powerful portrait photography, a series called “What Was Taken.” The portraits are emotionally stark, poignant explorations of race, class and gender. They portray women of color in pain and capture raw emotional vulnerability. Neptune calls the accompanying film a “hyper-emotive experimental short that spotlights the mythos of the Strong Black Woman in communities of color.”February 03, 2016
A New Track From Baroness and Insights into the Album Art
Baroness will release their latest album, Purple, in a few days on December 18th. We've been fans for a while, not only of the music, but the group's artistic sensibilities. Up until this point, singer John Baizley, whose artwork we've featured on this site before, has done the majority of the album art for the band. But for Purple, the band also brought in artist Marald van Haasteren to paint the album interiors and video graphics. In addition to presenting you with a new track, "Fugue" from the yet-to-be-released album, we asked Baizley to introduce Haasteren to our audience and give us some insight into the cover art.December 16, 2015
Mary Iverson "You and Me in the Aftermath" @ Gibson Gallery, Seattle
August, 2015 cover artist Mary Iverson just sent us over a little preview of her upcoming exhibition at Gibson Gallery in Seattle. "You and Me in the Aftermath" opens on Friday, October 16th. Make sure you check it out if you're in the north west!October 12, 2015
Issue Preview: August 2015 with Mary Iverson
Juxtapoz is very excited this month to have one of our favorite painters, the great Seattle-based artist Mary Iverson on the cover of August 2015. Although perhaps not overtly political, the August 2015 issue is our look at some of the best artists in the world's approach to environmental issues. From climate change to extinction, using Earth materials to challenging conventional means of production, we gathered an eclectic group of artists that are inspiring and progressive.July 02, 2015
Igor Samolet's "Be Happy!"
In his series Be HAPPY!, Russian photographer Igor Samolet closely follows a group of young Russian protagonists as they party through the night in condemned buildings, capturing rampant alcohol and drug use, reckless violence and destruction, and meaningless sex.April 25, 2015
TAKASHI MURAKAMI "IN THE LAND OF THE DEAD, STEPPING ON THE TAIL OF A RAINBOW" @ Gagosian Gallery, West 24th Street
From the sounds of it, the new Murakami show is quite personal and a deep meditation on life and mortality in the face of the great earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan in 2011. He recently told the NY Times, “I used to think of religion as something kind of false and hypocritical, but after the earthquake disaster, I realized in a time like that, religion and fairy tales and things like that are actually a necessity." His newest solo show, "In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow," opened at Gagosian in NYC on November 10, and will be seen through January 17, 2015.November 12, 2014
WAT-AAH! RETURNS TO NEW YORK CITY WITH ITS ART INITIATIVE "TAKING BACK THE STREETS "
Juxtapoz has always stood by noble causes, and we especially support great causes for which art is being utilized to encourage change. Over the years we have published special political-themed issues and are proud to have created numerous art auctions for charities, the most recent being for a clean water initiative in the Philippines. Today, we are excited to see the announcement by WAT-AAH!, the first functional bottled water for kids and teens, for the continuation of its groundbreaking art initiative, WAT-AAH!’s Taking Back the Streets (TBTS). The initiative, which encourages kids to drink more water through street art, will return to New York City October 14th-15th at ArtBeam Gallery in Chelsea.October 08, 2014