Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Our newest Juxtapoz Editions release is Photography, a 32-page zine featuring some of the most influential names and talents in contemporary photographer. Starting with cover artist Roger Ballen, our Photography zine includes Mike Brodie, Alex Prager, Tim Barber, Swampy, Jennilee Marigomen, Bill Daniel, Tod Seelie, Danile Arnold, Asger Carlsen, Austin McManus, Yumiko Utsu, Gregory Halpern, and Peter Sutherland. . .
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 30, 2012
Earlier this November, Jux friends opened a new space in San Jose, California, Seeing Things Gallery. To honor the grand opening, they had legendary filmmaker and photographer Bill Daniel kick start the space with a exhibition of photos. The opening celebrated the second edition of Daniel's book, Mostly True and the viewing of Daniel's film, Who is Bozo Texino?
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 11, 2012
Over the weekend a large crowd of attendees stopped by Needles and Pens in San Francisco for the opening of Everything Ever and Nothing Never. Curated by Juxtapoz contributing editor, Austin McManus, this group show consists of an eclectic roster of established and emerging artists working in a variety of mediums.
Juxtapoz // Monday, April 02, 2012
Everything Ever and Nothing Never opens this Saturday April, 7th 2012 from 7:00-9:30 p.m at Needles and Pens in San Francisco. Curated by Juxtapoz contributing editor, Austin McManus, this group show consists of an eclectic roster of established and emerging artists working in a variety of mediums. Several of the participating artists have graced the pages of Juxtapoz over the years including Bill Daniel, Read More Books, Jeff Canham, Derek Albeck, and Grady Gordon.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 06, 2011
Walking up to a quiet fire pit and a room full of the leading artists in San Francisco's underground scene was perhaps the best way to come home after a long week in Miami for Art Basel. On Sunday night, we attended Bill Daniel and Austin McManus' one-night photo show, that also included a screening of Daniel's "Who Is Bozo Texino?" and musical performance from Tin Sandwich and the Saw Mill Trio.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 29, 2011
This should be a good one; Bill Daniel (featured in our April 2011 issue, and his "Who Is Bozo Texino?" film was screened at our film series at the MoMA this year) has teamed up with one of our editors, Austin McManus, for a one-night exhibition, Tin Ton Tic Tac Click Clack at the Lost Door in San Francisco on Sunday December 4. Photos, new zine, and a screening of "Who Is Bozo Texino?" all in one night.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 16, 2011
Bill Daniel, one of the great underground documentarians working today (and director of the documentary "Who Is Bozo Texino?" and featured in our April 2011 Art In the Streets issue), just opened up a new website project, Tri-X-Noise, where he will be selling some black and white prints of his most famed photos.
Street Art // Monday, April 18, 2011
One of our personal favorite moments of the entire "Art In the Streets" exhibition is the recreation of one of Margaret Kilgallen's last exhibition brought to life at the MOCA. It makes for a stunning visual, as you come from both the energy of the Os Gemeos installation and the Los Angeles graffiti wall of Revok, Jersey Joe, Saber, and Risk into the folk, bohemian, iconic work of Kilgallen. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 02, 2011
April 2011 marks a special issue for Juxtapoz Magazine, as we were asked by the MOCA to create a companion issue to the first major instituitional retrospective of street art, Art In the Streets. As we documented street art to a wider-audience of fine art, tattoo, pop-surreal, and illustrative art enthusiasts over our 17 years, we wanted to create an extended dialog and history with graffiti and street art pioneers. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 13, 2011
At the conclusion of the Friday night screening of "Who is Bozo Texino?" at the MoMA's All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film, the person next to me asked if this story had ever been in Juxtapoz (he has, and will be again next month). More after the jump . . .