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Jordan Bogash: Tacos, Trout and Chainsaws
I met Jordan Bogash for the first time in a wooded area somewhere within the San Francisco Presidio. By way of introduction, he uncovered a tattoo on his upper butt cheek that read “cream of the crop” in shoddy cursive. At that moment, I realized I had just met a very special human being. Since then, I have seen his art and life take shape in all sorts of fantastical, absurd, dangerous, sometimes sad and hilarious ways. The images he composes immediately elicit a noticeable reaction that is seemingly rare in the field of painting.September 27, 2016
Adam Miller: A Painter of Contemporary Epics
When I moved to New York City a few years back, I suspected that among the clusters of repurposed warehouses in North Brooklyn, there might exist the same type of camaraderie that has driven great art movements of the past. I had heard of a group of young painters developing figurative and narrative works that utilize the rich history of oil painting, and whose friendships intersected over studio visits and the casual sharing of secret techniques and inspirations.September 27, 2016
Henry Taylor @ Blum & Poe, Los Angeles
Blum & Poe is pleased to present an exhibition of new works by Los Angeles-based artist Henry Taylor. Including new paintings, sculptures, and a film installation by friend and collaborator Kahlil Joseph, the works are installed in three unique environments. Stay tuned for an interview with Henry Taylor in the upcoming November 2016 issue of Juxtapoz.September 26, 2016
Jack Sachs: Artist’s Nightmare Leads to Dancing Sandwich
Jack Sachs is an animation wunderkind, and it all started with an injury to his moneymaker—the loss of a hand—an artist’s worst nightmare. But he got it back! And in the meantime, he became a lefty and learned CGI skills. The results are golden accomplishments, including arguably the world’s best dancing sandwich GIF, and 3D animation for the dark comedy puppet video series Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared.September 13, 2016
Michelle Blade "Gentle Existential"
Driven by the inescapable qualities of the natural world Michelle Blade's work investigates curiosity and one's search for meaning and place within the universe. Following in the tradition of Romantic painters projecting the human psyche onto landscape, Blade creates sculptures and paintings examining the relationship between psychological and external space.September 08, 2016
Ravi Zupa "The Turmoil of Being"
Highlighting Ravi Zupa’s multifaceted studio practice, The Termoil of Being at Hashimoto Contemporary features new works on paper, fabricated sculptures and a large scale installation. Zupa utilizes a broad range of techniques to inter-weave imagery from a myriad of cultures.August 31, 2016