Banjo & Friends "Sacramental Vessels" @ Gregorio Escalante Gallery
Gregorio Escalante Gallery has announced glass artist Banjo’s first solo exhibition Sacramental Vessels, with additional works from friends and fellow artists Alex and Allyson Grey, Amanda Sage, Chris Dyer, and Luke Brown. Blending fine art and function, Sacramental Vessels is the decades long search for a language that plays between fine art and spirituality.September 20, 2016
Sarah Cain "Dark Matter" @ Galerie Lelong
Advancing her constant search into new territories of abstraction and the possibilities of painting, Sarah Cain will transform Galerie Lelong with her first monumental floor painting that will cover and activate the entire 2,500 square foot exhibition space. By inviting viewers to step on top of the site-specific work, Cain further explores the boundaries between painting, sculpture, and installation. A dozen new paintings that recontextualize the conventional limits of the medium will also be on view.September 20, 2016
Ryan Bubnis and Ayumi Takahashi "The Space Between"
The Space Between alludes to the artist's journey and the evolution of his or her visual language symbolized by the space between two points. This exhibition at Stephanie Chefas Projects will find each artist continuing his and her exploration of spacial relationships with figures and objects and the relationship between the image and viewer.September 12, 2016
2501: What We See and What We Know
The work of Milan-based 2501 is complicated fare: abstract but tactile. His art and process serve as an investigative conduit between an individual who has absorbed a number of principles from classical art and the application of them in a contemporary fashion. The result confers an ability to achieve a better personal understanding of one’s place in the modern, post industrialist urban environment, as well as the universe.September 12, 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
The Quiet Life x Stil-laden "Art Nouveau" Collection
This weekend The Quiet Life will present their first collaboration with the Vienna-based boutique Stil-laden. This multi-piece collection was inspired by the so-called 'Wiener Jugendstil' (Art Nouveau), an art movement which especially blossomed in Vienna, between 1890 and 1910. During this time period, virtuosos such as Gustav Klimt and Koloman Moser created distinguished and internationally renowned pieces of art, the most prominent undoubtably being the exhibition house of the Wiener Secession which today, remains one of Vienna’s most popular landmarks.September 02, 2016
Sara Andreasson is Never Not Drawing
"Sara Andreasson is an illustrator and designer based in Gothenburg, Sweden. She has a background in engineering and furniture design but nowadays divides her time between editing a feminist magazine called BBY and creating illustrations for commercial clients such as Nike, Wired, MTV and Monki. Her interest in women’s issues and equality is often reflected in the choice of subject matter in her illustrations."August 29, 2016
Issue Preview: October, 2016 with Nicole Eisenman
In the spirit of Halloween, the October 2016 issue of Juxtapoz celebrates the artist's ability to wear many influences all in one painting. We start with a cover story on influential NYC-based painter, Nicole Eisenman who is fresh off a museum retrospective at the New Museum. She jumps from style to style, mastering a unique combination of comic book pop appeal with a deep, rich tradition of American painting.August 29, 2016