Ari Marcopoulos' "Directory" Book from Rizzoli

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Rizzoli and the Swiss publisher Nieves are set to release Ari Marcopoulos: Directory, a monumental limited edition phone-book-sized volume of photographs featuring 1200 of Marcopoulos’ most recent images. Each copy includes a print signed by Ari Marcopoulos. See how big this book is after the jump . . .

“Delusional: The Story of the Jonathan LeVine Gallery” Book

Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 20, 2011
From the publisher who publishes the Juxtapoz Book Series, Gingko Press, and the author who is one of Jux' longest running contributors, Caleb Neelon, comes the new book, Delusional: The Story of the Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Obviously, the book is about the story of NYC's Jonathan Levine Gallery and not costume design. That cover is so damn good. More after the jump . . .

The James Jarvis Coloring Book

Illustration // Wednesday, March 09, 2011
This time last year, James Jarvis was on the cover of Juxtapoz. Today, we learned that the UK-based illustrator, graphic artist, and toy designer has his own character-based coloring book available in limited quantities through Nieves. More details after the jump . . .

New Book—Independently Animated: Bill Plympton

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 28, 2011
This is definitely a retrospective book that everyone should pick up. Rizzoli is releasing Independently Animated: Bill Plympton, The Life and Art of the King of Indie Animation, an animator hailed simply as "God" by Simpsons creator Matt Groening. That should be enough to get you in the door. More after the jump . . .

Back In the Days REMIX

Juxtapoz // Saturday, February 19, 2011
Jamel Shabazz' seminal Back In the Days, a chronicling of hip-hop culture in NYC from 1980-89, is getting a 10th anniversary remix courtesy of powerHouse Books. The new edition will feature additional images, text by Fab 5 Freddy and Jeff Chang. This is the book that started the trend, so we say go with the source. Full cover image after the jump . . .

Basquiat—Exclusive Spreads from the New Taschen Book

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 11, 2011
This Spring, TASCHEN is releasing one the most highly-anticipated books of the year, a book simply titled, Basquiat. Leonhard Emmerling, who authored both TASCHEN’s Jean-Michel Basquiat and Jackson Pollock books, has compiled what looks to be one of the more detailed explorations on Basquiat to date. Exclusive images of inside the book after the jump . . .

Jose Parla Has a New Book Out Now

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 06, 2011
December 2009 cover artist of our very special Barnstormers issue, José Parlá, has a (much-needed) book out now. Wall, Diaries, and Paintings is available now through Hatje Cantz Verlag, and it is edited by Bryce Wolkowitz, whose Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery in New York will showing Parlá on March 3, 2011. Big cover after the jump . . .

Alexander Korzer-Robinson at Harvey Nichols in Bristol

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 06, 2011
We profiled the work of Alexander Korzer-Robinson in a recent issue of Juxtapoz, and now we see the artist is showing at the high-end department store Harvey Nichols in Bristol right now. Korzer-Robinson takes classic encyclopedias, and creates cut book art. He works through the books, page by page, cutting around some of the illustrations while removing others to create unique pieces of fine art. Look at his new work after the jump . . .

Vans Vault x Scott Barry—Between You and the Ground Book

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 05, 2011
We think everyone is quite aware that Vans Vault is a very solid line of footwear coming out of California these days. For Spring, Vans has teamed up with San Francisco-based artist and designer Scott Barry to create a limited-edition book, Between You and the Ground, incorporating Vans' Spring 2011 Vault collection. The 30-page book even features two custom pinwheels. More spreads and cover after the jump . . .

Sitting in Front of People for 716 hours and 30 minutes Gets You a Book

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Think about it. To sit in front of 1,500 people for 716 hours and 30 minutes without outwardly expressing herself, as Marina Abramovic did at her historic Museum of Modern Art performance exhibit this past summer, aptly titled "The Artist Is Present," was one of the highlights of the art world in 2010. Maybe it was the highlight. Marco Anelli’s powerful portraits of sitters in front of Abramovic will soon be available in a monograph from Aperture. More information after the jump . . .

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