LAX/TXL, A Group Show Curated by Thinkspace Gallery @ Urban Nation

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 14, 2014
LAX/TXL is a curated pop-up exhibit and mural project from Thinkspace presented as a part of Project M/4 with Urban Nation in Berlin, Germany. LAX/TXL features 16x16 inch works from Andrew Schoultz, Brendan Monroe, Brett Amory, Christine Wu, Aaron Nagel, Dabs Myla, Dalek, and more...

Low Bros "Menace Beach Pt.2" @ OZM Gallery, Hamburg

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 30, 2014
We love the nostalgic vibe of a Low Bros paintings or mural, and chronicled their work in our print edition in October 2013. With "Menace Beach Pt.2" the Low Bros are going back to their hometown of Hamburg, to create an extension of the first Menace Beach show that took place in Berlin last year. Annoyed by the brand heavy skateboard scene that exists today, the Bros are inviting you to celebrate the spirit of true skateboarding and show what skating means to them.

Part 1: PROJECT M/3 CURATED BY NUART, BERLIN

Street Art // Wednesday, March 19, 2014
As we noted the other day, our good friends at Nuart were in Berlin, curating and organizing "Project M/3" with Urban Nation. As they do every year in Stavanger, Norway, Nuart brought together a roster of international, national and emerging names in Street Art...

PROJECT M/3 curated by NUART in BERLIN

Street Art // Friday, March 14, 2014
Our good friends at Nuart are in Berlin at the moment, curating and organzing "Project M/3" with Urban Nation. As they do every year in Stavanger, Norway, Nuart will be bring together a roster of international, national and emerging names in Street Art, and for Berlin, they have brought together Martha Cooper COOPER (US), DotDotDot (NO), Ernest Zacharevic (LT), Varoius and Gould (DE), M-CITY (PL), Levalet (FR), Plotbot (DE), Martin Whatson (NO), Evol (DE), and BUFF DISS (AUS) for the festival.

John Waters "Bad Director's Chair" @ Spruth Magers, Berlin

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 13, 2014
One of the most celebrated directors in American independent cinema, John Waters (featured in our August 2010 issue) is at his vibrant best when flaunting Hollywood’s rules or reveling in bad taste. The director of Pink Flamingos (1972) and Pecker (1998) brings the same wit and audacity to the art gallery. 

Refracted Portraits by Deenesh Ghyczy

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 12, 2014
This morning we take a look at fragmented and distorted portraits by Berlin-based painter Deenesh Ghyczy. Deenesh combines pictures from various angles and combines them into one painting as if the viewer were looking through a refracting lens or Kaleidoscope.

Rone paints three images of a women in Berlin

Street Art // Saturday, January 18, 2014
Last month, Rone pulled of this awesome mural on the side of a residential building, working around the windows and balconies, and conveniently next to a train line for commuters to see daily. Located in Berlin, the wall was curated by the Strychinin Gallery in part of Project “M.” The Melbourne-based artist painted three images of a women in his photo-realistic style.

Paintings by Dario Puggioni

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 13, 2014
Dario Puggioni was born in Brunei and attained his artistic training in Rome. Currently, he lives and works in Berlin. In his art, Puggioni experiments with the material character of surfaces by combining classical figure drawing with a more modern antagonist mood...

Jean Leblanc's Illustrations

Illustration // Thursday, January 02, 2014
Jean Leblanc's work draws inspiration from the Surrealist movement in an upbeat contemporary manner. These illustrations are fraught with dripping faces, pipes, optical illusions and strange chromey surfaces. These are visual mind games, a playful place to spend a little time testing your eye. 

Best of 2013: Susannah Martin's Primordial Tourists

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 20, 2013
Originally published on March 21st 2013: This morning we take a look at the work of Frankfurt, Germany-based artist Susannah Martin. Her nude paintings are the product of her fascination with how artists throughout history have chosen to represent our interconnection with nature and how this has changed with the virtual world.

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