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Travis Hetman's "Throwing the Fight"
Travis Hetman's "Throwing the Fight" is a fearless and yet subdued body of work, featuring delicate graphite renderings of fighters -- Ali, lions -- interposed with sunken calligraphies that feel like soft abstractions at the same time. His latest show is up at SVPERORDINARY gallery in Denver, Colorado.October 27, 2016
Knowledge Bennet's "Orange Is The New Black"
Consisting of large scale hand-pulled silkscreen and acrylic paintings on canvas, LA-based artist, Knowledge Bennet's latest show at Joseph Gross Gallery explores the African diaspora, critiquing the treatment of the Black American Community by the American government throughout history.October 27, 2016
The Bizarre Play-Doh World of Peter Opheim
Childlike subject matter rendered in a highly sophisticated way -- these oil paintings feature crude Play-Doh figures but exude an undeniable draw. Peter Opheim’s oil paintings are windows into a world unlike any other, one populated by the unconventional and provocative juxtaposition of a childlike imagination with adult thoughts and emotions.October 27, 2016
Hajime Sorayama @ Jacob Lewis Gallery, NYC
Jacob Lewis Gallery from New York recently announced the representation of Japanese cult artist, Hajime Sorayama, and will open his debut solo show on 28th of October. The new body of work will stay on view through December 17th @ their location on West 26th Street. Stay tuned for an exclusive interview with Sorayama in the upcoming December 2016 issue of Juxtapoz.October 26, 2016
A Matter of Fact: Toyin Ojih Odutola
A Matter of Fact at Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) presents a new body of work from Toyin Ojih Odutola. With vibrant pastel and charcoal drawings developed out of her unique pen ink and pencil style, Ojih Odutola presents a meditation on the expression and constructs of wealth. From a portrait of a mother and daughter enjoying an equestrian afternoon to the commanding presentation of The Marchioness elegantly poised presiding within a mansion, these drawings allow one to recognize wealth, as it exists beyond fact or questioning.October 26, 2016
The Human Condition Exhibition
Human Condition is an immersive, site-specific exhibition that features the work of over eighty emerging and established artists in a uniquely challenging space: a former hospital in West Adams, previously known as the Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center. Curated and produced by the Los Angeles-based art advisor John Wolf, Human Condition invites artists to re-contextualize the hospital’s functional history—over 40,000 square feet of it—as a venue to explore what it means to be human.October 26, 2016
Kevin Lyons and Ellen Rutt @ Inner State Gallery
Opening to a packed crowd on Friday, October 21st, Detroiters got a first look at dynamic new works from Kevin Lyons with his latest solo exhibition Baker’s Dozen alongside new works from Detroit’s own Ellen Rutt, who create an immersive installation for Getting In Shape.October 26, 2016