Juxtapoz // Monday, December 10, 2012
Keep your eye’s on Los Angeles based artist Andrew Lewicki. Since graduating from Otis College in 2007 with a BFA, the multidisciplinary painter and sculpture has continued to take over the Southern California scene. Playing on the visual cues of everyday objects, Lewicki has created a series of installations that have a bit of wit and humor behind them.
Juxtapoz // Sunday, December 09, 2012
Do- Ho Suh is a Korean born sculptor and installation artist who’s changed the way we think about space. Best known for his intricate sculptures that defy conventional notions of scale and site-specificity, Suh's work draws attention to the ways viewers occupy and inhabit public areas.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Dutch artist Paul Veroude has made it very easy for you to find out what's inside one of these speedy vehicles. Using a Mercedes GP Petronas F1, driven by renowned race car driver Michael Schumacher, the artist deconstructed the 2010 model and suspended each piece, right down to the nuts and bolts.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 17, 2012
Lidó Rico suffers and, as in his paradoxical imaginary, he enjoys building his own body, his process has a little bit of performance or action painting.(45) What we ha ve isn’t the remaining, and nor the process is something unessential, on the contrary, immersion and the final sculptural body, the act of getting into plaster and the figure coming out of the wall are, in all senses, the same work of art....
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 16, 2012
201 Days is the documentation of physical sensations felt by the creator Katie Lewis. Using simple tools like pins, thread and a pencil she mapped her sentiments on a invisible grid. Each section of the grid on the wall is correlated with a different part of the body. Every time she felt a sensation in a particular area on her body, she documented the feeling onto the corresponding place on the grid with a pin and the date.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 15, 2012
Normally we would think a room full of hundreds or thousands of balloons would be noisy and annoying, but not when German artist William Forsythe is at the helm. The site-specific work, Scattered Crowd, takes the visitor into a dreamlike, fairy-tale-esque landscape. And hopefully, nobody pops a balloon and ruins the tranquility.
Illustration // Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Featuring works from Aminah Slor, D.V. D'Andrea, and Hunter de la Ghetto, "The Shroud Opaque" is Old Crow Tattoo and Gallery's newest (and frankly, awesome) show. We've got a review and pictures for you here, but you'd best head over there before December 1st to see it in person.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Want to cure your fear of heights? Want to make it worse? Want the illusion of flight and walking on air? Well, then you should head to Milan, Italy and take part in the interactive installation, On Space Time Foam, by Tomás Saraceno at Hangar Bicocca atrium. The piece is a floating structure composed of three levels of clear film that can be accessed by the public.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 07, 2012
If you film it in your country, you get the creepy airport installation/sculpture. At the Wellington Airport in New Zealand, a 2,645 pounds,9.8 foot high and 43 foot long sculpture of Gollum is now reaching over you as you wait and eat before your flight. Done in conjunction with the release of The Hobbit (in theaters on December 14), the piece was created by the Weta Workshop.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Let's let Jen Lewin explain "The Pool": The Pool is an environment of giant, concentric circles created from interactive circular pads. By entering the pool, you enter a world where play and collaborative movement create swirling effects of light and color. Imagine a giant canvas where you can paint and splash light collaboratively.