As Swoon Opens at The Brooklyn Museum .... Here She Was, Nearly a Decade Ago

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 10, 2014
With our attention on wihat is and will be an amazing installation by 2x cover artist Swoon at the Brooklyn Museum, "Submerged Motherlands," that opens Friday, April 11, we wanted to take a look back at the fantastic documentary short that Upper Playground produced for the "The Run UP" that featured a great piece on Swoon. Juxtapoz contributing editor Joey Garfield shot this piece as Swoon was preparing her first solo show at Deitch Projects in the Summer of 2005, and as she is set to open a museum show home in NYC, this is great to see nearly a decade later!

The Works of Alison Blickle

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 31, 2012
Alison Blickle says her work is about "attaining unattainable experiences and connection." She paints sensual women by combining classical painting techniques with elements from landscapes. Alison currently lives and works in Los Angeles. She has recently shown at The Hole in NYC, as well as Richard Heller in Los Angeles, Deitch Projects, and with Eleanor Harwood of San Francisco.

Street Market at MOCA's "Art In the Streets"

Street Art // Monday, April 18, 2011
As we mentioned late last week, the major highlight, at least for us, at Art In the Streets was the Steve "Espo" Powers, Todd "Reas" James, and Barry McGee recreation and update of their seminal 2000 Street Market show at Deitch Projects. Take it in after the jump . . .

Miranda July brings The Future to Sundance Next Week

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 16, 2011
We have followed the fine art, performance art, and fillmmaking career of Miranda July for quite a bit, as her works shown at Deitch Projects and film Me and You and Everyone We Know have all been acclaimed projects. She is a Swiss Army Knife of talent, and she takes that multi-tasking to Sundance next week with her new film, The Future. More after the jump . . .

Mayday! It's a Shepard Fairey Opening

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 03, 2010
Even crazier than anticipated, Shepard Fairey's new solo debut in NYC was aptly titled Mayday. The scene was insane, with masses of crowds (most fans couldn't even get inside) and people dancing - even naked - in the streets. See images of the night from Ron English.Read More...  

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