Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 08, 2015
This past March, Cotton Candy Machine Gallery invited Joe Sorren to be resident artist and paint an entire exhibition of paintings within the gallery space and live stream his process to the internet. Sorren began his live streaming project about a year ago after he moved to Florence, Italy.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 04, 2015
We have long been fans of Dutch painter, Joram Roukes, in our offices, and have featured him both in the magazine and on our site. He currently has a new body of work up at Masters Projects in Brooklyn, which will have a reception on February 5 and on view through March 14, 2015. The gallery says of Roukes works that, "Roukes’ collage-like paintings of anthropomorphic-hipsteresque-hybrids set within dystopian landscapes visually invoke cultural tensions through realist and expressionistic painting styles."
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 21, 2014
Studies In Pessimism is a last minute trashy low down dirty show in an abandoned store put together by a bunch of nehr’do’wells. And it's one night only. These artists all have a similar aesthetic about the dark future expressed through their different mediums, a perspective centered around an honest unflinching outlook at our current modern day consumer driven lifestyle. I mean this shit is bleak and we can't wait!
Photography // Thursday, October 23, 2014
In 2010, photographer Joey L. ventured into Brooklyn to photograph the seasonal trick-or-treaters in their seasonal environment. By using black and white imagery, Joey adds a mysteriousness to each subject that he photographs in his series “Halloween in Brooklyn.”
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 22, 2014
We remember seeing Edward del Rosario's work at Richard Heller Gallery a few years back, and wanted to revisit this morning. His bio is great: Edward del Rosario was born in St. Louis, Missouri. He was pushed down a flight of stairs when he was two years old. He received his BFA in Painting from the University of Kansas and his MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Rhode Island School of Design.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Dalek just completed a mural that is at the Photoville photography installation and fair, featuring "50 photo exhibitions & outdoor installations in partnership with a carefully selected group of programming partners from around the globe. Addressing a wide range of issues, Photoville is a unique venue for photographers and audiences to connect through the power of visual storytelling." Go check it.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 16, 2014
NYC's mural experts (and twins) How Nosm painted the latest wall for the Juxtapoz x Converse's Wall to Wall project, which will be featured on our November, 2014 issue. Born in San Sebastián, Spain, raised in Dusseldorf, Germany, and transplanted to the Bronx to become prominent members of the graffiti collective TATS CRU, their partnership has never waned. They continue to travel the world with major mural projects, as well as painting exhibitions.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 02, 2014
We love these paintings by Brooklyn-based artist Robin F. Williams. She has a fantastic sense of color, light, texture and composition.
Juxtapoz // Friday, August 15, 2014
Smithe has always been one of our favorite artists, and with fellow Mexican artists Kraken and Seher, he will open a new body of work at Cotton Candy Machine in Brooklyn from August 15—September 10, 2014. As CCM notes, "Smithe is one of the those artists whose work wows just about everyone who see's it. From four story buildings to intricate drawings he will blow your mind and you will get to watch it deconstruct." We have a preview of some of his work here....
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 25, 2014
We had the pleasure of attending the opening reception of a group show at La Fabrica Gallery. This Event May Be Occurring In Another Context, is a collective art show created by ACME Brooklyn to create a community between Mexico and USA. ACME Brooklyn is an art project that aims to display the artistic production of a specific context. A group of artists from the emerging and established art scenes of Mexico and New York are invited to express views on the meaning of cultural displacement and the interpretation of identity in over-populated cities that geographically distance origins.