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Update: Kate MacDowell
We’ve posted on MacDowell’s eerie ceramic art before, and were stoked to see her exhibit at Dismaland. We’re excited to present new work by her. She created a series, “Nursemaids,” of monkeys caring for human babies. In “Skin-Changer’s Closet,” she portrays a series of empty animal skins, and “Grace and Self Effort Fighting,” depicts a two-headed pigeon, attacking itself.May 13, 2016
Moira Hahn's "Night of 1000 Fire Monkeys"
“Night of 1000 Fire Monkeys” at Gregorio Escalante Gallery features Moira Hahn’s collection of exquisitely rendered anthropomorphic animal characters in a vibrant celebration of the Year of the Fire Monkey. In an East-meets-West-meets-South-of-the-Border psychedelic apparition, we find a menagerie of colorful creatures celebrating the New Year together in an abundance of dramatic situations. There are, of course, monkeys – as well as tigers, parrots, dogs, squirrels, bees, mice, and cats, among others – engaged in the fun.April 06, 2016
James Marshall Keeps it Very Real
Trusting your gut is easier said than done, but James Marshall has learned to have faith in his own instincts, constantly exploring new territory. From his signature Space Monkey character to his Minimalist studies of color relationships, his trajectory as a painter has been powerful and influential. Dalek, as he is known, has honed a skill for geometric perfection, and after a break from exhibits, he’s back, with a piercing vision.March 14, 2016
Dalek's "The Redistribution of Destruction"
The Redistribution of Destruction marks James Marshall's (Dalek) return to the New York art world after a five year hiatus during which he perfected a purely abstract aesthetic. Bold, flat colors form planes of space that are impeccably separated by precise geometric line-work. Giving the impression of movement, his pairing of vivid shades evoke a three-dimensional depth and engages viewers with varying optical perspectives.January 08, 2016
Creepy Photos of Monkeys Wearing Doll Masks
Finnish photographer and visual artist Perttu Saksa's series "A Kind of You" features a chained up monkey wearing scummy dirty clothes and creepy doll masks. Taken in Indonesia, Perttu found trained performance monkeys to be his subjects and photographed them in a way we feel questions the cruelty and immorality involved with the tradition.September 18, 2015
Spider Monkeys Volume 1 by Aneta Bartos
There is something so creepy but really alluring about the series Spider Monkeys by photographer Aneta Bartos. Part of me feels like we are looking into something we really aren't supposed to be seeing, like its either too personally intimate or the couples too in the midst of intimacy that Bartos was hiding to get the right shot. And then I feel a little like I'm watching ghosts in the darkest of rooms. Either way, these are gorgeous works.September 17, 2015
Anita Evelyn Kunz' Book, "Paintings"
Canada-based painter and illustrator Anita Evelyn Kunz explores the intersection of human and animal, violence and care. She recently sent us a self-published book of her paintings—a collection of her watercolor and acrylic work—that reveals the intricate details of her sometimes-disturbing imagination. In one, a human holds her baby in a skin pouch on her belly. In another, a cascading series of humans and monkeys nitpick each others scalps until they bleed.September 09, 2015
Dan Witz Teams up with PETA for D.C. Installations
December, 2013 Juxtapoz cover artist Dan Witz is yet again teaming up with PETA for a series of installations in Washington DC to draw attention to the plight of baby monkeys subjected to cruel psychological experiments at NIH. If you look closely at the next metro stop, you may spot a tiny, mournful face peering from behind prison bars, hands reaching towards freedom...June 26, 2015