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Everything You Are I am Not: Latin American Art From The Tiroche DeLeon Collection
The title, Everything you are I am not, is borrowed from a work that is presented in the show by Argentina’s most visible artist, Adrián Villar Rojas. It alludes to the common practice among contemporary artists from the region to subvert the canons of mainstream art to produce thoughtprovoking, often humorous works.June 07, 2016
Review: Barry McGee "China Boo"
Barry McGee, Always Down For WhateverBy Matt GonzalezAll images courtesy of the artist and Ratio 3, San Francisco Barry McGee's "China Boo" at Ratio 3, is his first solo gallery offering at the space since 2008, and it follows his critically acclaimed 2012 retrospective at the Berkeley Art Museum. For nearly three decades, he has defined a movement and attracted many imitators. But this exhibition affirms McGee's importance and can be read as both emphasizing abstraction as well as presenting the theme of a thrift shop and all the ramshackle qualities one might find there.December 17, 2015
The Floating White Animals of Adrián Villar Rojas
Adrián Villar Rojas’ stunning piece, “The Most Beautiful of All Mothers,” was installed as part of the Istanbul biennial, “Saltwater.” The biennial, whose theme is water, incorporates work from over 50 artists and practitioners (like oceanographers and neuroscientists) and will run through November 1, 2015. Rojas’ animals are life-size, made of fiberglass, and the pieces on top of the animals are made from cloth, pottery, iron, wood, and terra cotta.September 16, 2015
Run The Jewels feat. Zack de la Rocha "Close Your Eyes (And Count To F**k)"
RTJ2 has been one of our favorite albums of the last year and probably has been on repeat in the Juxtapoz office quite frequently. They just released their latest video, directed by A.G. Rojas, for "Close Your Eyes (And Count To Fuck). Featuring Shea Whigham as a police officer (of Boardwalk Empire) and Keith Stanfield as a young black man (Selma), the video is as powerful as the track itself.March 26, 2015
Paola Rojas asks "How Do I Paint the Skin?"
Colombian photographer Paola Rojas is just nineteen years old and has a surprisingly developed eye for such a young age. In this series of photographs she "paints" the skin by decorating it carefully with delicate silk and floral accessories...August 04, 2014
ART ALLIANCE: THE PROVOCATEURS, Chicago, July 31—August 4, 2014
For the last 20 years, Juxtapoz Art and Culture Magazine has stood for the outsiders, to create a place and dialogue for artists who stood outside of the museum programming of the time but were creating substantial and amazing work that needed its own historical context. We have been lucky in our 20th year to celebrate special events in NYC and San Francisco, but we are even luckier to get a chance to celebrate with our July 2014 cover artist, Shepard Fairey, as he curates a major public art and exhibition, "Art Alliance: The Provocateurs" in Chicago during Lollapolooza, July 31—August 4, 2014.July 21, 2014
Matthew Feyld: Yesterday & Today
We have been a huge fan of Canadian artist, Matthew Feyld, for a long time. The funny thing is, we have been a fan of two different kinds of Matthew Feyld's now for the past few years, and didn't even register that they were the same person. The first one is a minimal figurative painter with almost comic influence and the second is one with wonderful abstract sensibilities.June 20, 2014
Clare Rojas @ Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, NYC
A quite nice example of an artist who has worked in abstraction for a few years now with minimal figurative elements going fully into abstract expressionist work with great results. Currently showing at Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld in NYC is this untitled solo exhibition of 24 new paintings by Clare Rojas. As the gallery notes, "It is Rojas’s first showing in New York since her hiatus from painting and this reintroduction reveals her evolution into the visual language of abstract expression."November 21, 2013