Juxtapoz // Monday, July 13, 2015
We are huge fans and friends with Jeremy Fish, who has graced our cover twice in the past and continues to be one of the mainstays of San Francisco. Not sure if all our readers know, but last year, Fish had to undergo two brain surgeries. As Black Book notes, "the 18 new pieces featured in Anger Management were produced in the 6 months between two brain surgeries undergone by the artist. After an aneurysm was found in his brain last November, Jeremy has focused on avoiding further agitating the artery through reducing his stress levels. These works are a result of visiting with an anger management specialist and rearranging his lifestyle so as not to threaten his health." Each of these works is a stunning testament to this time.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 12, 2015
Robischon Gallery in Denver will open an exhibition next week featuring 11 recently executed paintings by Christian Rex van Minnen, who was featured in the April 2014 print edition of Juxtapoz. The show, "Golden Memes," opens on January 15, 2015.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 11, 2014
Last Friday, November 7th, Space Gallery in Denver, Colorado presented Momentum, a groundbreaking new show by three of the west coast’s most renowned contemporary artists, Mars – 1, Damon Soule and Oliver Vernon-aka the Furtherrr Collective-whose works are mainstays of private collections and public spaces across the country.
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 12, 2014
As you have probably seen by now, our September 2014 issue featured cover artwork by Brooklyn-based painter, Jenny Morgan. All summer, we feel like we have been getting to know Morgan, and now as the summer comes to a close, she opened a solo show, "The Golden Hour," at Plus Gallery in Denver on September 11, 2014. The show marks her fifth solo show at Plus Gallery.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Brazilian artist Bruno 9LI, and artist we had a chance to collaborate recently with in Barcelona at the Moblie World Congress, is set to open "Materia Radiante" at David B Smith Gallery in Denver on August 14, 2014. Bruno has expanded on his abstract, psychedelic landscapes, building upon work that explores concepts "elucidated by French philosopher Henri Bergson in his work Matter and Memory."
Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 10, 2014
Plus Gallery presents one of our most significant group efforts to-date with the invitational exhibition “Super Human” from July 10th through August 15th. The survey brings together a wide ranging field of artists from around the world that collectively depict diverse directions in portraiture or a strong focus on the human condition, anchored by an array of Plus Gallery’s most acclaimed artists. A massing of small-scale 2-d works are intermixed with a trio of highly entertaining motion-based artworks, all anchored by a riveting sculpture by artist Roger Reutimann.
Juxtapoz // Monday, July 07, 2014
David B. Smith Gallery is hosting "Then and now and then," an exhibition of new works by interdisciplinary artist Tobias Fike, through July 11, 2014. Fike’s work maintains a personal, at times biographical, bent with a simple, approachable style that is balanced with incredible nuance and a foundation of rigorous conceptual inquiry.
Juxtapoz // Monday, April 14, 2014
Wales based artist Ed Fairburn will be having his first show in North America at the Mike Wright Gallery in Denver where he’ll be showing his new work of unique large scale portraits. The opening public reception will be Friday April 25th, 6-9pm.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 20, 2014
Featuring a series of works created by McKenzie over the last six years, Transitional showcases elements of the artistʼs in-depth and ongoing architectural project, with an emphasis on the intended and unintended thresholds of and the views both intercepted and created by architectural elements.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 13, 2012
David B Smith Gallery out of Denver, Colorado had a great booth at PULSE in Miami, and one of the standout pieces was that of Laura Ball, who now opens a new solo exhibition, Minotaur, at Smith's Denver space on Friday, December 14. The body of work "prompts personal, thoughtful investigation of themes of the subconscious, both positive and negative." The exhibition will feature an 88-page, full-color catalogue with an original essay by acclaimed artist and writer Maria Porges