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Update: Michael Peck
Juxtapoz has long been fascinated with Michael Peck's work. He’s given us intimate portraits infused with adventure—kids bearing weapons and the like. In his most recent series, “Sanctuary,” he takes the same meticulous approach with his brush and envisions birds and disrupted landscapes. Most of the pieces are circles of image painted on light birch wood, the background highlighting the luminescence of his natural settings.March 25, 2016
Eric Yahnker "Noah's Yacht"
Deftly mixing pop culture and political satire, former Juxtapoz cover artist Eric Yahnker serves as a virtual seismometer of the current cultural zeitgeist. A deep knowledge of art history and semiotics underpins the coarse, acerbic content of his drawings and sculpture. His work functions as both social critique and a rorschach test for the viewer.March 08, 2016
Erin M. Riley and Lucien Shapiro "ANEW"
This March, San Francisco's Hashimoto Contemporary will present “ANEW”, a two-person exhibition featuring work by Erin M. Riley and Lucien Shapiro. Examining themes of ritual and addiction, both artists set forth a dialog constructed through personal narrative and contemporary craft.February 19, 2016
Anatomy of War
Noah Scalin’s series “Anatomy of War,” includes sculptures that question our culture of violence. He has sculpted two weapons, an AK47 and a Smith & Wesson, “clinically dissected, revealing a remarkably human set of internal organs,” though “with a conspicuously absent brain.” With these alterations, Scalin says, “The objects become as fragile as the lives that they can potentially take.”January 29, 2016