Photography // Saturday, March 15, 2014
M+B is pleased to announce Cold Wave, Hannah Whitaker’s first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. The exhibition runs from March 15 to April 26, 2014, with an opening reception on Saturday, March 15 from 6 to 8 pm. This show expands on Whitaker’s interest in the Austrian logician Kurt Gödel who introduced the notion of unknowability to mathematics, a field often characterized by certainty. His ideas problematized early 20th century philosophical claims to truth and knowledge, a dialectic inherent to the medium of photography.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 27, 2014
Red Hook, Brooklyn based fine artist Dustin Yellin just opened a new body of work, "$50,000, Two Parachutes and a Crab's Suit" at Richard Heller Gallery in Santa Monica this past weekend. For the show, Yellin is showing six-life sized "psychogeographies," a term he's adapted from French situationists of the 1950's, as well as other works encased in glass in a similar vein. The work is inspired by the Terracotta Warriors and Horses...
Juxtapoz // Friday, February 14, 2014
British born artist Richard Hamilton will be having a retrospective show at the Tate Modern in London, running through May, 2014. Hamilton is credited to have created some of the earliest forms of pop art during his groundbreaking installation Fun House in 1956. Tate Modern's exhibit is a perfect tribute to Hamilton's impressive 60 year career.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 13, 2014
Bristol based artist Alexander Korzer-Robinson creates incredible works of art by carving discarded encyclopedias and literally exposing their inner beauty. By using pre-existing media as a starting point, certain boundaries are set by the material, which Robinson aims to transform.
Juxtapoz // Monday, February 10, 2014
At first mathematician, Max Bucaille (1906-1992) joined the surrealist group in 1947. Collagist and poet often overshadowed by Max Ernst, he built a major body of work . . . see a selection of his classic works after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 31, 2014
Womankind by María María Acha-Kutscher, layered digital collages, explores the two key historical moments for women’s emancipation; the British suffrage movement of the early twentieth century, and the introduction of the pill in the 1960s.
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 24, 2014
Minneapolis based Michael Cina of Cina Associates might be better known for his commercial work for clients like Apple, VH1, Coca-Cola, Adobe, American Express, and the list goes on. Today we're taking a look at Cina's more progressive work. The highly stylized mixed medium images appear to be collage but we're not 100% sure. Regardless of the medium we're enjoying how Cina is able combine aspects of design, photography, and painting to create these wonderful original works.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 22, 2014
The London based artist Karborn or also known as John Leigh creates these immaculate, and intricate collages. In addition to exhibiting internationally Karborn teamed up with Arktip Magazine out of Southern California for issue no. 31. With his hands in all the right pockets we expect to see Karborn popping up a lot more this coming year.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 16, 2014
We are enjoying the work of Bjorn Copeland this morning. 'Copeland guts and recombines found materials into psychotropic Pop assemblages. Having founded the experimental noise-rock band Black Dice while studying at RISD, Copeland's artistic and musical careers have developed simultaneously. A crossing of audio and visual ways of thinking have become almost second nature to him; when conceiving of Pop, it is with Paolozzi-style collages, DIY record covers, 50’s rock-and-roll and pop-electronic beats in mind.'
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 09, 2014
Taking hundreds of tiny photographs, gelatin capsules, vials, insect pins, and other "specimens," artist Michael Mapes collages his own interpretation of renowned dutch portraits. Using the paintings of Rembrandt, Nicolaes Eliasz PIckenoy, and others, Mapes recreates the work in painstaking detail using the tiny fragments and pins.