When In Seoul—Video

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 28, 2010
Our resident blogger, Alice Han, just posted this interesting video called "When In Seoul." We like this new trend of people creating really beautiful, serene videos where the music is minimal and the city is the main actor. Director Dan Pak has done a great job here. Watch the video after the jump . . .

Robert Williams' Mr Bitchin showing at MOCA next month

Street Art // Sunday, December 26, 2010
One of Juxtapoz' founders continues to have his film make the rounds for prestigious events. Jeffrey Deitch and the MOCA are showing Robert Williams' new documentary, Mr Bitchin, on January 16, 2011. The special presentation will also have a panel discussion with Mr. Williams, Mat Gleason, and other special guests.

Merry Christmas from Montreal's 123Klan

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 24, 2010
We recently featured Montreal design and art collective, 123Klan, in the December magazine, and they were kind enough to send us and friends a Merry Christmas e-card and video. They prefaced this card with the fact that it was nontraditional. See the full nontraditional card and video after the jump . . .

Banksy says his movie is real, nominated for top British film award

Street Art // Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Exit Through the Gift Shop continues to have a strong year, as Banksy's film was nominated by the London Critics' Circle for the Breakthrough British Filmmaker award. Not bad for someone who came in halfway on the project (or so it seems). And on that front, Mr Banksy says the film is entirely true. More after the jump . . .

Barry McGee video from Transfer in Sao Paulo

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 21, 2010
If you can remember back to July, Juxtapoz had extensive coverage on the ground at the Transfer show in Sao Paulo, Brazil. After a bit of time, a video of Barry McGee, one of the American artists who made it down to the important Brazilian show, from Transfer was just finished and released. Watch it after the jump . . .

Jason Adams—Visual Disorder Video

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Our friends and family at SLAP Magazine have been speaking of Jason Adams' work for quite some time, and we learned a bit more about Adams this past Fall at his group show at 111 Minna Gallery. The known skater and artist just had a video posted with him as the subject, a 7-minute short by Kyle Camarillo. Video after the jump . . .

Slowboarding from Motion Lights

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 20, 2010
We preface this post with 1) we don't know anything about longboarding, and 2) we always appreciate a well-done web video, especially from Argentina. Hypebeast posted this video today called "Slowboarding," created by Motion Lights. As Motion Lights says, "This audiovisual explore longboarding as sport, from the slow motion perspective..." Video after the jump . . .

The man who gave BLACK SWAN its wings

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 20, 2010
Everyone who has seen is talking about how great and eerie and twisted Darren Aronofsky's Black Swan is. Not that Aronofsky makes non-eerie, great, twisted films, but this one seems to be gaining a lot of traction. One of the key ingredients that has always made Aronofsky's film's stand out are the subtle and at times hyper-surreal animations in his work, and the man behind that is Dan Schrecker. More about Schrecker after the jump . . .

SFMoMA Announces 2010 SECA Award Winners

Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 19, 2010
What is a nice art tradition here in San Francisco since 1967, the SFMoMA just announced that Mauricio Ancalmo, Colter Jacobsen, Ruth Laskey, and Kamau Amu Patton are the 2010 artists for its biennial SECA Art Award. For those who don't know, "Administered by SECA (Society for the Encouragement o f Contemporary Art), one of the museum's auxiliaries, the signature award honors Bay Area artists who are working independently at a high level of artistic maturity but who have not yet received substantial recognition." More after the jump . ..

Dalek video of new mural at SECCAs NCNC Exhibition

Juxtapoz // Saturday, December 18, 2010
James "Dalek" Marshall (cover of our April 2008 issue) just painted a new mural at the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Art (SECCA) in Winston Salem, North Carolina for the new exhibition North Carolina New Contemporary. Marshall also created a timelapse of the piece as well, that you can see after the jump . . .


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