Juxtapoz // Monday, January 31, 2011
Starting next week at the Museum of Modern Art in New York, Juxtapoz Magazine will be the subject of a special film series All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film. On Friday, February 11th, Juxtapoz and MoMA will screen Bill Daniel's cult film, "Who is Bozo Texino?". Trailer and screening information after the jump . . .
Street Art // Thursday, January 27, 2011
There is only one rule: There are no rules. That's entertainment. Everyone is an opportunist to some degree, and if you are the guy trying to sell a Banksy, you might as well make a documentary. And if you want to intellectualize it ""HOW TO SELL A BANKSY" raises questions of ownership, authentication and the true value of art itself," says the filmmakers. We just like trailers, because we don't need to see the movie now. Watch it after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 27, 2011
A lot of people are looking forward to the motion picture adapation of Japanese author Haruki Murakami's classic novel Norwegian Wood, being released this March, 2011. We are excited for the original score by Radiohead's Jonny Greenwood, some others are excited because this is like the Japanese Catcher in the Rye turned visual, and budding designers are excited because Don't Panic has created the Norwegian Wood Poster Competition. More after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 24, 2011
Vincent Moon is a French filmmaker responsible for the best live music blog on the planet, Le Blogotheque, and their very well-conceived "Take Away Shows" programs. Now Vincent Moon is behind a conceptual film, "An Island," based on Efterklang’s 8 piece-live band going to a small island village in Denmark to shoot a film the same length as their album, Magic Chairs. Trailer after the jump . . .
Street Art // Thursday, January 20, 2011
Juxtapoz founder Robert Williams had his new documentary, Mr Bitchin', honored with a screening at Los Angeles' MOCA this past Sunday. The screening featured an introduction by new MOCA Director, Jeffrey Deitch, as well as friends and art colleagues in attendance as well. Pictures after the jump . . .
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 . . .
Full Screening Schedule of All the Wrong Art— Juxtapoz Magazine on Film at MoMA in NYC this FebruaryJuxtapoz // Wednesday, January 12, 2011
We mentioned this on our site last week, but to be honest with you, we are very much looking forward to our film series, All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film at MoMA (yes, that Museum of Modern Art) in NYC starting this February 7, 2011. Full showtimes after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Mexico-based artist Saner just sent us the trailer of a new documentary that he is featured in, Efímero, one that follows various artists and the work they are producing in Mexico City. Director, Tomas Canchola , has been following Saner, Basic, Ego Crew, and Coco & Dronz. Watch the trailer after the jump . . .
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 04, 2011
One of our favorite French artists, C215, has new interview videos that was done with SavoirChanger.org that have been posted in the past couple of days. The French fine and street artist has been creating intertesting street people pieces for a long time now, some of the more intricate street work going today. We have been fans because of the poetic nature of the work. Watch the videos after the jump . . . THEY ARE IN FRENCH.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 03, 2011
Editor's note regarding our unique art direction of a little kid in our Michel Gondry feature in the January 2011 issue of Juxtapoz: It's not everyday that a famous film director invites you to photograph their creative process. This article on Michel Gondry was no exception. More after the jump . . .