Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 13, 2014
We have shown you the works of Marion Fayolle before on the site, but more of the sneaky perverse works that are slightly pornographic, but in a more tame sort of perverse porno way. Now we have a look at Fayolle's full illustrative repertoire, which has a little Marcel Dzama quality to it. We like it.
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 28, 2014
We have shown you Clement Briend's gargoyle projections on the site before, but we came across a bit more public projection series by the French photographer. Whether projecting on a tree, building, or bedroom, Briend is able to have the surface's detail accentuate the depth of the images he projects. That makes this no ordinary public projection intervention.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 20, 2014
One of our favorite artists of the moment, Jules de Balincourt, has had a busy few months, with works at Victoria Miro in London, at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, and now a full museum show at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Rochechouart, France. The exhibition will present a dozen of paintings from 2003 to now, and will also focus on the artist’s studio, the Starr Studio in Brooklyn, which has served for a few years a serves as a space for performances and concerts, as a gallery for local artist and as a community center.
Music // Thursday, December 19, 2013
Directed by French filmmaker Edouard Sailer, "I'm Aquarius" is the most recent video from Metronomy ahead of the release of their new album Love Letters. The sci-fi video features an astronaut leaving on an adventure through the universe and landing on a strange planet.
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 25, 2013
Bruno Catalano is a French artist whose sculptures are often missing pieces. The human figures are travelers heading towards unknown destination, lacking important pieces but still standing. It's as if someone took the Photoshop "eraser" tool to them! Mr. Catalano was born in Morocco and a lifetime as a sailor inspired him to make these intriguing sculptural works.
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 22, 2013
Using everyday objects in materials such as lighters, paper, book spines, and fabrics, French photographer Eddy de Azevedo has created a series of photographic images that are inspired by Rothko and 1950s Color Field paintings. Eddy has categorized the works by the materials he used: "Office" for stacked paper, "Dressings" for fabrics, "Library" for books, and "Walking my Dog" for the objects he finds on the street.
Photography // Wednesday, November 20, 2013
French studio Akatre uses their spot-on design skills for everything from typography to graphic design and fashion. This series of photographs they shot for OOB magazine is a perfect example of their design sensibilities!
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 15, 2013
We thought we'd take a look through the work of one of our favorite photographers this morning, Robert Doisneau. Together with Henri Cartier-Bresson, Doisneau was a pioneer of photojournalism and one of France's best known photographers. Known for his modest, playful, ironic images, and juxtapositions (ha!), he has left behind an almost overwhelmingly extensive and broad legacy of images that continue to inspire us every time we revisit them.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 07, 2013
French photographer Jean-Yves Lemoigne creates looping video portraits using the all powerful Red EPIC camera. A professional advertising photographer, Lemoigne brings expert professional lighting to the "photoloops" giving them a unique and intriguing subtleties.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 16, 2013
Our good friend, Madrid, Spain based Daniel Muñoz (aka "San") has just completed an exhibition at the Musée Le Pilori called "Touché". SAN was invited to the 4e Le Mur Festival in the city of Niort, and in conjunction with the new works being show, he created a mural on the walls of an old building in the city.