Photographs by Mikael Aldo

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 13, 2014
Born 1996 in Jakarta, Indonesia Mikael Aldo transports us through young imaginative eyes, enabling the mind to expand beyond recognizable landscapes and see the world through his viewfinder...

The Photography and Assemblages of David Welch

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 10, 2014
Fine art photographer, David Welch's series ‘Material World’, is response to our societies over consumption of material goods. Creating photographic assemblages that are Duchampian-inspired, Welch creates monuments, or totems, that serve as precarious artifacts of a culture that is caught in a contemplative gaze.

Deformations by Can Pekdemir

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 22, 2013
Can Pekdemir is an Istanbul-based conceptual artist working on deformation and abstraction of body forms using various methodologies and focused on isolated urban spaces, city and nature relationship using photography as a tool of documentation. He is a full time instructor in Departmant of Visual Communication Design at Istanbul Bilgi University.

John Baldessari "Storyboard (in 4 Parts)" @ Sprüth Magers, Berlin

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 28, 2013
Earlier this year in Singapore, Juxtapoz went to the opening of California conceptual artist John Baldessari with the gallery Michael Janssen, and of course, you remember that Mr Baldessari interviewed Tom Waits for our very special October 2013 cover story. We have had almost a full year of appreciating the artist, and we wish we could be in Berlin to see the tail end of his newest work at Sprüth Magers. But, if you need a little help with Baldessari, we just saw this Jason Schwartzman video helping to explain the artist to you... so you got Berlin art, and older Schwartzman video...

Idiots

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 21, 2013
We don't think these Dutch artists are Idiots, this is actually their name. In fact, they are far from Idiots, as we are finding some of their works to be quite fantastic metaphors and interpretations of common knowledge. 

Thrown to the Wind: 36 Feet of Garbage by Beijing's Wang Zhiyuan

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 11, 2013
Beijing-based artist, Wang Zhiyuan, creates towering tornado sculptures from hundreds of plastic containers discarded as trash. The artist’s intent is to create something visually appealing while highlighting the prevalence of litter and pollution in his hometown of Beijing. This particular outdoor piece is entitled Thrown to the Wind and is 36-feet high.

"Partner In Crime" Series + Zine by Austin McManus

Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 30, 2013
We have a great team of contributors at Juxtapoz, most who work in the world of art and photography with their own projects in the works at all times. Our photography director and contributing editor Austin McManus just launched his new website, as well as released his "Partner In Crime" series. To coincide with the release of the series, McManus released a zine of the photos, offset printed on 100# silk coated paper, hand-numbered and signed in an edition of 250. Pick up a copy at www.theflopbox.com.

Lalage Snow's "Are We the Not Dead"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 09, 2013
Lalage Snow is a photographer currently based in Kabul, Afghanistan. This current project entitled Are We the Not Dead shows the soldiers before, during, and after their deployment in Afghanistan from left to right. The images speak volumes on their own.

Conceptual Interventions by Fabian Bürgy

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 04, 2013
Swiss sculptor and digital artist Fabian Bürgy creates conceptual gallery installations and other interventions inspired by mundane everyday objects such as holes, clouds, and tire marks. The resulting mix of sculpture, installation and digital imaging is simple and minimalistic but very interesting and visually powerful.

Portlandia Does Conceptual Art

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 22, 2013
Don't get us wrong. Conceptual artists are some of our favorites. Sol Lewitt, John Baldessari, Laurence Weiner, Eleanor Antin, among many others have all produced some of the most beautiful, thought-provoking, and enjoyable works we have seen, but there is plenty of conceptual art out there (some of it not quite as obviously fantastic as others).
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