The Works of Bill Dunlap

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 30, 2012
We have profiled Bill Dunlap's work in the magazine before, but we have just come across his black painting and faces series and wanted to share with our readers. Dunlap has shown in Brooklyn, Los Angeles, and Boston this summer in various group shows, but is also known to paint a very well-constructed barn mural. He also "Can't read, can't write." And was "Raised by wolves and skunks."

Os Gemeos Mural Yields an Unimpressive Response

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 09, 2012
Os Gemeos have just recently unveiled a new mural on the Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy Greenway overlooking Dewey Square in Boston, a beautiful, playful piece really, that has sadly aroused a series of shallow-minded and bigoted responses online. Sure enough, Fox Boston prompted these responses on Facebook...

Os Gemeos in Boston, Documented

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 06, 2012
Juxtapoz contributing writer, Caleb Neelon, spent a bunch of time painting and documenting Os Gemeos' time in Boston as they prepared their show at the Boston ICA. Neelon, who wrote the cover story on Os Gemeos in the July 2010 issue, shares with us a few pictures and moments from the twin's time in Boston.

Os Gemeos @ Boston ICA

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 23, 2012
The prolific Brazilian twins, Otávio and Gustavo Pandolfo, most known as Os Gemeos, will be having their first solo U.S. museum exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston opening August 1, 2012.  The show will feature 11 new works, including painting, sculpture, and a new public mural created in conjunction with the opening of the exhibition.

Animal Alphabet by Casey Girard

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 23, 2012
Casey Girard is a Boston based freelance illustrator/designer. Her work is in watercolors and colored pencil on wood panels, as well as on paper. She employs a technique called burnishing for her colored pencil work to create a soft look on her surfaces. Her 'Animals in Alphabet' series portrays each of the 26 letters of our alphabet with a different animal counterpart.

28,000 Flowers @ Massachusetts Mental Health Center by Anna Schuleit, circa 2003

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 14, 2012
We just read a wonderful interview with Anna Schuleit, who in 2003 created Bloom, an installation in the Massachusetts Mental Health Center that involved 28,000 flowers. Schuleit, when commissioned to work within a mental health center nearly 100 years old and slated for demolition, notes "I was hoping to create a work that would bring aspects of play into the seriousness of the institution, an element of the absurd."

Preview: Raul Gonzalez @ 808 Gallery, Boston

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 10, 2012
Boston-based Raul Gonzalez, who we have profiled in the magazine before (thanks to Caleb Neelon),will be exhibiting new work at Boston University's 808 Gallery this February in The Calender’s Tales: Fantasy, Figuration & Representation. The line-up for the show is quite strong as well, featuring former Juxtapoz cover artist Wangechi Mutu as well as David Huffman, Larissa Bates, and Loren Holland.

Kostas Seremetis: Ready…Steady…Go! @ Fourth Wall Project

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 08, 2011
NYC-based Kostas Seremetis, who we featured in our Pushead curated October 2009 issue, has a new exhibition, Ready...Steady...Go! at Fourth Wall Project in Boston, opening September 10. The exhibition features paintings, sculptures, prints, and video, all exploding with his trademark superpotent abstract expressionist imagery.

In Street Art: Swoon @ Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 08, 2011
The following are preview install photos from Swoon’s installation, Anthropocene Extinction, that opened over the weekend at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston.

Swoon "Anthropocene Extinction" @ Boston ICA

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 31, 2011
Following another busy summer, where Swoon had one of the premier installations at MOCA's Art In the Streets and her ongoing project in New Orleans, the Brooklyn-based artist opens a new museum installation at the Boston ICA, Anthropocene Extinction, this Saturday, September 3.
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