Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 23, 2014
If there was ever a reason to go to Milan, which there are many reasons to go, but if you needed a reason to go this week, we suggest going to check out our friend Eric White's newest exhibition, "Down In Front," at Antonio Colombo. The show is White's second at the gallery, and the opening is slated for September 25, 2014.
Opening: "Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery—The PeopleJuxtapoz // Monday, May 19, 2014
As you may already know, or maybe you were there, but Juxtapoz celebrated a special 20th birthday exhibition, "Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine" at Jonathan LeVine Gallery this past week in NYC. We were excited to see old friends, new friends, artists, curators, editors, and anyone and everyone who has contributed or supported the magazine over the past two decades. We had two wild nights of openings and parties, and with the gracious support of the entire Jonathan LeVine Gallery staff, Converse, Liquitex, and all our friends, here is a look at the people who came out and celebrated.
Erotica // Thursday, May 01, 2014
Eric White is a long time favorite of ours and always worth a re-visit. Graduating from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1990, Eric's slightly-surreal paintings are intriguing and technically very impressive...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 13, 2013
If you have received your copy of the December 2013 issue (and if you subscribe now you can get that issue for free), then you know we had a grand feature on NYC-based Eric White, written by Carlo McCormick. And if you saw that piece, you know that we were printing it in conjunction with White's solo show, "All of This Has Not Occurred," that opened at Martha Otero Gallery in LA this past weekend. We plan these things.
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 08, 2013
We like to time these things. Just in time for Eric White's feature in our new issue to hit newsstands, the NYC-based painter will open a new exhibition, All Of This Has Not Occurred, at Martha Otero Gallery in Los Angeles on Saturday, November 9. We will be there checking out the work in person, so a small preview-only today...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
We end the year on a high, high note, with a great December 2013 cover story on artist Todd "REAS" James. We have been scheduling a story with Todd for a bit now, and after the VMAs with the Miley bears, and another year where his exhibitions seems to get more and more stunning, we thought it was time to send contributing editor Joey Garfield out to NYC to catch up with REAS about pirates, girls, Mileys, vandals, and the evolution of his craft.
"Seventh-Inning Stretch" curated by Carlo McCormick and Eric Firestone @ Eric Firestone Gallery, East HamptonJuxtapoz // Tuesday, August 27, 2013
Eric Firestone Gallery is pleased to announce the group exhibition Seventh-Inning Stretch, a selection of contemporary artworks exploring, employing and imploring our favorite national pastime, baseball. The exhibition does not delineate the sport's history nor ratify its tradition. Rather, McCormick explains that the show is "[a] modest sampling of some of the ways in which baseball has entered the lexicon of contemporary visual art; Seventh-Inning Stretch is hopefully a meditation on how and why we care. It is about the excitement we feel and the beauty of the boredom that borders on ennui."
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 21, 2013
We last took a look at the paintings of New York-based artist Eric White back in 2011. We feel the time has come to take another look through his past and more recent work! Eric's work is realism tinged with the surreal and occasional eroticism. His palette and imagery seems to come straight from somewhere between a Hitchcock film, the Twilight Zone, and a 1980s living room. Many of his paintings are also titled and based off scenes from old movies...
Erotica // Saturday, May 07, 2011
Paintings by the incredible New York based artist, Eric White. Realism, tinged with the surreal and occasional eroticism, White's choice of imagery and palette seem to arrive straight out of an uncomfortable time between the Twilight Zone, a Hitchcock film and a living room from the 1950's- deeming themselves as classically painted contemporary works that make you feel like you're not quite home yet.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 10, 2011
The two-years-in-the-making, Juxtapoz-sponsored (among others) Suggestivism show opened Saturday night with works by an international array of artists visually tempting the larger art conversation at Southern California's Cal State University museum, Grand Central Art Center. Video after the jump . . .