EdgyCute: You Can Be Both

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 11, 2009
Doe-eyed girls in pink dresses, animated deserts, bubbly cartoon characters—at first blush these qualities seem to define the work contained in EdgyCute. But a closer look reveals the inevitable dark underbelly of the sugar sweetness: the dead rat on a plate, lurking skeletons, the crying birdhouse

Show Preview: Greg Gossel’s "Broken"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 06, 2009
Greg Gossel has an upcoming solo exhibition in Minnesota at the Soo Visual Arts Center. Expect his signature layering of cultural fragments ranging from comic book characters, pulp novel covers, tabloids and girly magazines. Broken will consist of new works by Gossel and a site-specific installment.

Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Art Auction: White Walls Gallery, Part 2

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 20, 2009
Today we unveil to you the remaining five original pieces of art that White Walls Gallery in San Francisco so generously donated for our 15th Anniversary art auction: “The Big Payback”. The featured artists are: Greg Gossel, Mike Maxwell, Paul Chatem, Van Arrno and Yumiko Kayukawa. Check out their work and start plotting your bidding.

Steve Powers, Greg Lamarche, Greg Gossel Want You to “Get Over It”

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 10, 2009
Get Over It featuring Steve Powers, Greg Lamarche, and Greg Gossel opens tonight, July 1oth, 2009 at Show & Tell Gallery. Words can barely convey our excitement; all of these artists are some of the most sought after in today's contemporary art game. Each artist offers a unique variety of imagery exploring the concepts of typography and iconography.

Exclusive Interview with Greg Gossel

Juxtapoz // Friday, July 10, 2009
Minneapolis based Greg Gossel creates pulsating, visually arresting collages that at times look like someone gathered up all of the American pop culture characters from the 50s and 60s, put them in a blender, and layered them onto canvas.

"Year 1 Rewind" Book from Dirty Pilot

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 06, 2009
Year 1 Rewind presents the work of 15 of the artists that the cats over at Dirtypilot.com have showcased in its monthly online exhibition series during its inaugural year, beginning in May 2007. These works embrace a range of movements from graffiti, street and urban art to pop and outsider art. Featured artists include up-and-coming talents along with established artists, such as Chris “Daze” Ellis, Kime Buzzelli, Bravo Jet, Albert Reyes, Papermonster, Chris Stain, Ghost, Ewok 5MH, Cern YMI, Dennis McNett, Greg Gossel, Stephen Tompkins, Enrique Martinez, Justin Bua, Michael Krueger and Daniel Johnston. Year 1 Rewind is available for pre-order now.

Shooting Gallery in NY for SCOPE, Day 1

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 02, 2009
The art fair SCOPE NY is fast approaching, and with it comes the hectic process of shipping artwork, setting it up, and taking care of all those last minute details that always seem to crop up. While right in the midst of this whirlwind process, our friends at The Shooting Gallery sent us over some in-progress shots of them setting up today for the fair in New York. “We are in New York and freezing our asses off!” they write. “It snowed last night, and though very beautiful, it got old fast.” You know what doesn’t get old fast? Great artwork. And when you’re exhibiting pieces by the likes of Ron English, Greg Gossel, and Erik Foss, you know you have a stellar lineup. See more shots of the set-up debauchery right this way…

"The Worlds on Fire: Grammy-Nominated Artist Exhibition" Reception Tonight

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 06, 2009
If you missed the Worlds on Fire opening reception on Monday, you still have a chance to attend a second public opening tonight, Friday, February 6th 2009, starting at 7pm. The Worlds on Fire: Grammy-Nominated Artist Exhibition is presented by Will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas in association with The Shooting Gallery and GEN – ARTS, curated by Justin Giarla and Kris Lewis. The special show merges visual and musical talents by showcasing artist portraits of Grammy-nominated musicians by some of the top artists working today, like Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Greg Gossel (whose Jay-Z portrait is shown) Lori Earley, Gary Baseman, Henry Lewis, and many more. It's all going down at Pacific Electric Lofts in Los Angeles at 7pm tonight, and Worlds On Fire will continue to run daily through February 28th from 11am-6pm. Be there.

Worlds on Fire: Grammy-Nominated Artist Exhibition

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 23, 2009
Will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas presents Worlds on Fire: Grammy-Nominated Artist Exhibition in association with The Shooting Gallery & GEN – ARTS. Translation: our friend Justin Giarla of White Walls and The Shooting Gallery in San Francisco and Kris Lewis were asked to curate an awesome art show celebrating this year’s Grammy’s. Congrats, bros. And good idea, Grammy people. Titled Worlds on Fire, this unique show will merge visual and musical artists by showcasing artist portraits of Grammy-nominated artists by some of the top artists working today. We love this portrait by Greg Gossell of M.I.A. as well as the one below by Paul Chatem of Rick Rubin, but that’s just the tip of the massive Grammy-nominated iceberg, as the line-up also includes such greats as Shepard Fairey, Ron English, Lori Earley, Gary Baseman, Henry Lewis, and many more. Opening at Pacific Electric Lofts in Los Angeles on Monday, February 2nd, 2009, with a reception from 8pm – Midnight and sponsored by Gen-Arts, Juxtapoz Magazine, and the Pea Pod Foundation, Worlds On Fire will run daily from February 2nd – 8th from 11am-6pm. Do what you gotta do to be there because this is one rare and unique opportunity. See full list of the participating artists and their respective musicians that they are doing portraits of right over here…

Art Collecting 101 vs. Currency Speculating 101 Or One Man

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 01, 2008
Michael Deeb Recently took at trip over to London to check out the Red Dot Art Fair and had a funny (albeit frustrating) time getting a hold of a Conor Harrington (Juxtapoz #93) art piece. After he saw a truck sporting Conor’s striking imagery pass by him, Deeb knew he had to own an original Conor Harrington, he just didn’t think it would be quite so challenging. 
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