Richard Prince "Canal Zone" @ Gagosian Gallery, Madison Ave, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 23, 2014
"I was born in the Canal Zone in 1949. Same year that George Orwell's 1984 was published. Why the Canal Zone? My parents worked for the government, specifically for the OSS. I don't remember much about Panama. The family moved to Braintree, Mass., twenty minutes south of Boston in 1954. The town had just built twenty-seven houses. All the same. It was called a "development." The house was put up in like five days. It wasn't made very well but it was brand new. Everything was "brand new." The place we were in was called the suburbs."

Another Look: The Minutely Detailed Works of Paul Noble

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 17, 2013
One of the best pure drawers we can think of is Britain's Paul Noble, an award-winning artist with works in the collections of MoMA and the Tate. Noble was one of five founding members of City Racing, an influential artists' space in London during the late 1980s, and was nominated for the Turner Prize in 2012.

Jean-Michel Basquiat @ Gagosian, New York

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 25, 2013
Opening on February 7th will be a collection of works by the late and great Jean-Michel Basquiat on view at Gagosian's 555 West 24th Street location in New York. In case you wanted to purchase a mass produced reproduction of one his works and stare down at it while you eat day in and day out in anticipation for the show, Gagosian has you covered with this Basquiat plate.

Ed Ruscha @ Gagosian Gallery, New York

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
If you happen to be in New York this week, and you happen to love Ed Ruscha (as we do here at Juxtapoz), then you are in luck. Assuming you may not have already seen this lovely solo-show by the California-based artist, the exhibition provides a breadth of new and older work from Ruscha, some adhering to his well known use of text and others venturing into more heavily visual works like the acrylic canvas painting Gilded, Marbled, and Foibled.

Takashi Murakami "Flowers & Skulls" @ Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 29, 2012
This is one we wish we could head to Hong Kong for, Takashi Murakami's first show in Hong Kong at Gagosian Gallery. This exhibition explores one of the central dichotomies of his art—between joy and terror, his optimistic magnanimity as an artist and his pessimistic perspective on postwar Japan. It opens/opened tonight, November 29, in Hong Kong.

"Milk and Honey" Book Release @ Gagosian Gallery, Los Angeles

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 03, 2012
Tonight, November 3, we suggest heading over to Gagosian Gallery in Los Angeles for the book release party for a fantastic new title, Milk & Honey: Contemporary Art in California. Not only do you get to see the bathrooms painted by our friend Sage Vaughn, there is a limited edition Milk and Honey shirt with Joey Gallagher and RVCA, and limited edition Milk and Honey tote bags with Cleon Peterson and INCASE. 

Opening: William Eggleston @ Gagosian Gallery, Beverly Hills

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 27, 2012
William Eggleston is a photographer that triumphs capturing the everyday (influenced by the greats that shortly preceded him like Henry Cartier-Bresson who coined the term the decisive moment). In this exhibition of photographs from the Los Alamos series, Eggleston captured his immediate surroundings while driving across the United States between 1966 and 1974.

JEAN-MICHEL BASQUIAT AND ANDY WARHOL "Olympic Rings" @ Gagosian, London

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 16, 2012
We are getting to that time of the summer, where London gets a sporting focus for a few weeks, much to the chagrin of locals who probably get enough tourism as it is. But the arts programs and curation at some of London's top private galleries and public institutions have been spot on all year, and Gagosian Gallery has got into spirit with Warhol and Basquiat's 1985 collaboration, Olympic Rings.

Portraits by Glenn Brown

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 24, 2012
You don't need us to tell you that Northumberland, England-born portrait artist Glenn Brown is extremely talented, and that his portraits look to the neo-classical, Renaissance masters as inspiration and that is broad paint strokes are incredibly intricate and compose an amazing picture. You have eyes for that.

Richard Colman Paints the Bathroom @ Gagosian Galley, Beverly Hlls

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 22, 2012
This month, and starting this Thursday, Feburary 23, Richard Colman was invited by Gagosian Galley in Beverly Hills to create installations for the bathrooms of their main gallery space. We are going to digress and say it would be a trip to use the restroom inside a Richard Colman universe.
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