Erotica // Saturday, April 30, 2011
In Portuguese the words "Esquerdino" and "Canhoto" indicate "someone who habitually uses the left hand", though "canhoto" is a usually a derogatory definition, but is best used on a daily basis. Canhoto is also a popular name for the Devil in Portuguese.
Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 16, 2011
Sao Paulo, Brazil-based Carla Barth is a fine artist, illustrator, and sculptor, and someone we learned about recently doing research on illustration. We think her work both has a broad appeal as well as interesting intricacies that made us get in contact with her. Check out the portfolio after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 02, 2011
Upcoming Juxtapoz feature in our February issue and one of our Artists to Watch a few Sunday ago, Thais Beltrame, will be showing at the Art Association of Jackson Hole this coming January 14, 2011. The Brazilian born artist will take her black and white drawings that feature existential themes and childhood memories to the beautiful town in Wyoming. Not sure we have had a Wyoming reference here in a while. Feels good. More after the jump . . .
Street Art // Thursday, December 30, 2010
We have been speaking recently about artists who have had impactful years, and Brazilian twins Os Gemeos (cover of Juxtapoz July 2010) have been around the globe creating more and more conceptual environments for their work to exist in. The newest end of the year announcement from Gemeos is the Moulin Project, something they have participated in before but were more involved this year. Information after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 29, 2010
There was some Super8 footage found recently of Herbert Baglione (Juxtapoz July 2009 cover) painting all night in the basement of Lazarides Gallery in London the night before his solo show opened in November of 2008. That was a big show for Herbert, as he introduced some fully-developed color pieces that added to his already signature black and white characters. Watch the video after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 21, 2010
If you can remember back to July, Juxtapoz had extensive coverage on the ground at the Transfer show in Sao Paulo, Brazil. After a bit of time, a video of Barry McGee, one of the American artists who made it down to the important Brazilian show, from Transfer was just finished and released. Watch it after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 19, 2010
*Every Sunday, Juxtapoz.com will highlight an artist that we feel is currently on the cusp of a new level of critical and technical success. The artist we feature will not necessarily be unknown, nor will they be of a pre-established museum career. But they will be artists who have showcased progress in a new body of work that deserves continual examination. We will mostly look at the work itself and let the art speak. Today, we look at Brazilian fine artist, Thais Beltrame.
Graffiti // Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Brazilian collage artist and musician Sesper just created a video of his works he will have in Graffiti Gone Global's Art Basel exhibition/event, Fresh Produce. The roster for Produce is quite deep, with many Juxtapoz alumnists in the line-up, including Sepser, Herbert Baglione, REVOK, Alexone, Kofie, Escif, and Reyes. More information after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Monday, July 26, 2010
As if you didn’t already know, Brazil is really heating up. TRANSFER is a current exhibition showcasing contemporary visual art, street art, skateboarding (with photos, videos and even live performances on a custom built skate ramp within the museum space!), independent music, as well as underground comics and fanzine art from the last two decades in Brazil.
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 14, 2009
Tara McPherson has made her way down to Brazil for a special show, signing, and print with Choque Cultural Gallery in Sao Paulo. This NYC-based artist has been very busy transforming the gallery into a graphic wonderland, full of her trademark ladies, pastels, flowers, and funky landscapes. Watch her transform the gallery, start to finish in great photos the gallery sent our way.