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Robert Xavier Burden: His Wild Blue Yonder
It’s easy to get lost in one of Robert Burden’s paintings, and that’s the idea. He invested the time, and so should you. Beginning his under-paintings with bright blue, which he chooses for the rich value range that supports the strong colors pulsating his universe, he creates grand epics. Currently working on Battle for the Arctic, which features Vladimir Putin and Prince Haakon of Norway, as well as Hermey the Elf from Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, he invokes the innocence of youth to explore huge themes. The first big one was The 20th Century Space Opera, his ode to Star Wars.July 21, 2016
Annie Leibovitz Revisits “Women” Like Never Before
One would assume that a big-time photographer such as Annie Leibovitz would only display her work in the finest of galleries. On the contrary, you can find Leibovitz's “Women: New Portraits” in an old industrial building in Hong Kong's Kennedy Town district.June 08, 2016
Cleon Peterson debuts in Tokyo with "Into the Sun"
We are huge fans of Cleon Peterson here at Juxtapoz, and when we had his cover story in October 2014, we enjoyed playing with his themes of violence and power struggle, so much so that we made this issue preview video. This past January, we traveled with Cleon to Hong Kong as he opened a solo show with Over the Influence, and saw some of Peterson's most ambitious and large-scale work to date.May 23, 2016