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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
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
A look inside Toilet Paper, Volume II
Started in June 2010 as a shared passion/obsession between both its creators Maurizio Cattelan and Pierpaolo Ferrari, Toilet Paper has since carved out a niche in both the realm of surreal imagery and publishing as a work of art. Now 11 issues deep, along with releasing four collaborative issues with the brand Kenzo called Kenzine and a box set with DESTE Foundation, Toilet Paper has released its second book, Volume II.October 07, 2015
Watch: Hunter S. Thompson on Outlaws
PBS just released the latest video in their fantastic Blank on Blank series of animated interviews from their archives. In the 1960s, Hunter S. Thompson spent more than a year living and drinking with members of the Hell’s Angels motorcycle club, riding up and down the California coast.July 29, 2015
Signe Pierce’s neo reality
Pink rules everything around Signe Pierce, as well as Neon and anything surrounding around that Miami Vice vibe. The multi-disciplinary artist based in Los Angeles has in her young age created a unique visual language using photography and video as her medium. Her “social experiment” video American Reflexx created with her partner Alli Coates, is by far her most challenging piece of work and for us difficult to watch.July 18, 2015
Pulp Drunk: Mexican Pulp Art from 1960's-1970's @ Ricco/Maresca, NYC
An awesome show at Ricco/Maresca in NYC, one that we think Juxtapoz readers will love: "Post-war America saw the rise of the erotic pulp paperback novel covers. The objective of these covers was to lure in potential buyers with the promise of sex, suspense and drama. Simultaneously, a similar type of book and marketing strategy was being developed in Mexico."February 09, 2015