Back Talk with Caitlin Reilly

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 22, 2010
ROOMS opens this weekend, offering eight different artists the opportunity to give viewers a look inside their rooms - or ones they might like to like in - with eight artist designed installation spaces. Along with Dan Monick, Caitlin Reilly's room will become a bus stop at night with portraits of passengers and surrounding scenes installed in light boxes. We dig deeper in our Back Talk with Caitlin now.

Back Talk with Joshua Petker

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 16, 2010
Joshua Petker is an ever-evolving artist. A painter, fashion collaborator, and all-around nice guy, Petker’s newest series will be unveiled tomorrow at Corey Helford Gallery. We sat him down for a Back Talk session, where we learn what’s missing in his life (“A good quality opaque yellow”) and more.

Back Talk with Rocky Grimes

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 15, 2010
Rocky Grimes is a self-taught artist who, despite the rise in digital and technologically oriented artistry, sticks to the tried and true do-it-yourself methodology of cut outs and silk screening. Rocky will be creating one of the eight rooms for Scion's exhibit, simply titled Rooms.

Back Talk with Roger Gastman

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Roger Gastman is a Renaissance man of sorts, meaning he does a bit of everything. An authority on American graffiti, author, Juxtapoz contributing writer, and now curator of Scion’s newest exhibit, Rooms. We sit down and ask Roger 20 questions.

Back Talk with Scott Radke

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 06, 2010
Every time we write about Scott Radke, we get emails from readers asking for more information about this soulful sculptor. Based in Cleveland, Ohio, Radke makes emotionally charged marionettes of just about any creature: from sea-monkey to owl, squid to swan, Radke’s work offers more than meets the eye.

Back Talk with Anthony Pontius

Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 27, 2010
Anthony Pontius’ the caped cobra and his merry band of riders is slated to be the inaugural solo show at Thinkspace Gallery, who are in the midst of moving their Silverlake gallery to Culver City. Wondering why Anthony was granted such an honor? We threw 20 questions is way to delve into his mind.

Back Talk with Porous Walker

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 17, 2010
If you don’t understand the way Porous Walker (Juxtapoz #96) ticks, don’t worry--we don’t either--which is why we love his bizarre artwork so much. They say there’s a fine line between insanity and genius. We explore that line in Porous’ answers to our questions in Back Talk.

Back Talk with Imminent Disaster

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 27, 2010
With a moniker like Imminent Disaster, you know you’re dealing with something heavy. This Brooklyn-based artist has been wheatpasting the streets for the past four years and now turns her attention to a highly anticipated gallery show at Los Angeles’ Thinkspace gallery.

Back Talk with Faith47

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 22, 2010
Faith47 (Juxtapoz #94) is fearless. One of the few female artists actively and consistently getting up in South Africa, Faith47 offers just that: faith in a time and area all too often consumed with fear and inequality. We catch up with the legend herself, Faith47 for some honest talk about Africa, her art, and herself.

Back Talk with Damon Soule

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 05, 2010
New York City based artist Damon Soule is making his way to California for his first ever solo show in Los Angeles to show off new works, which are more personal. Through the use of geometry, Soule attempts to gain a better understanding of the ethereal.  Not to get overly serious, Soule answered our Back Talk questions with some hilarious and candid responses.


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