Photos from David Choe at MoMA for Juxtapoz Film Series

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Last night, Juxtapoz and the Musuem of Modern Art closed the All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film series. Ending the week-long event was a screening of "Dirty Hands: The Art and Crimes of David Choe." In a nice compliment, Ron English was in discussion with Choe and director, Harry Kim, after the show. Images after the jump . . .

"Dirty Hands: The Art and Crimes of David Choe" closes Juxtapoz x MoMA Film Series Tonight

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 14, 2011
If you need Valentine's Day love activities tonight, Monday, February 14, and you live in the tri-state area, may we suggest closing out the Juxtapoz Film Series at MoMA, All the Wrong Art: Juxtapoz Magazine on Film with us. The last film showing tonight is "Dirty Hands: The Art and Crimes of David Choe." Perfect first-date material. Trailer after the jump . . .

The Juxtapoz Portraits of Sam Bassett

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 07, 2011
As we prepare to release our Juxtapoz Presents video profile on Sam Bassett, we look back at some of the great Juxtapoz portraits shot by the photographer. Mr. Bassett has been our contributing photo editor and integral part of our visual appearance for over 3 years, and seeing his a body of work in near full shows his common threads and experimental nature. Images after the jump . . . 

Interview with Harry Kim, Filmmaker of "Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe"

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 13, 2009
“Harry Kim, director of Dirty Hands and David Choe's (Juxtapoz cover #72) longtime friend, is in San Francisco to attend the screening of his film at the Castro Theatre on Saturday night, and I caught up with him Friday morning at his hotel in Japantown,” writes Jeremy Hatch.   “He’s a great guy, always ready with a huge laugh, and for almost half an hour we talked about other things completely, starting with cars that can drive themselves ('If you die at the wheel,' he said, 'it'll just drive around the block making right turns'), which led to Ray Kurzweil, Kevin Kelly's One Machine concept, artificial intelligence, WALL-E, whether androids would form religious cults, and if they did, what would a robot god be like? (Also discussed: an albino hooker he met in the Congo, and why a jetpack would be ideal to search for living dinosaurs.) At some point we got around to discussing his film.   Read the entire interview with Harry Kim on Dirty Hands: The Art & Crimes of David Choe.

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