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Shepard Fairey Champions the Legend of Jim Marshall
Think of pivotal cultural moments of the mid-twentieth century and know that Jim Marshall documented those imprints. From Woodstock to civil liberties, Bob Dylan to antiwar protests, Marshall’s photographic legacy has helped younger generations put these crucial, iconic movements into context. This summer, beginning with a special showcase in Washington, DC to benefit the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Shepard Fairey and the estate of Jim Marshall will collaborate on a series of five new pieces that champion Marshall’s work on the issues of voting rights, mass incarceration, workers’ rights, firearm ownership, and a fragmented America. We asked Shepard to speak about one project in particular, the incisive examination of gun culture.August 10, 2016
Paul McCarthy's White Snow Wood Sculptures @ Henry Art, Seattle
A stunning exhibition by Paul McCarthy, the first time all of these incredible wood sculptures have been seen together in the United States. While in Seattle for Juxtapoz x Superflat, we made the trip over to the University of Washington to check out the show at the Henry Art Gallery before it comes down on September 11, 2016.August 09, 2016
Jake Wood-Evans "Subjection and Discipline"
British painter Jake Wood-Evans recently added final touches to a new body of work that will be exhibited at Unit London. "Subjection and Discipline" will be his first major London exhibition, showing his relationship with 18th century painters and their work.August 05, 2016