Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Southern California-based Randy Noborikawa is one of the those talented artists who can do 30 things better than you. As an artist, maybe you work hard at one medium, one style, and are satisfied. Randy works in neon, fine art painting, Lenticular painting, graphics, and other mixed-media projects. We spoke with the artist recently about his time in San Francisco, learning the Lenticular style, and the patience to work in neon.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Ela Boyd creates immersive installations that fragment and decentralize our understanding of space, time, and the self in reference to the subjective qualities of perception. Her installations have been on view at various spaces including the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego alongside the Pacific Standard Time exhibition Phenomenal. By choreographing the viewer’s experience, the installations involve the viewer in the space, reordering their understanding of common phenomena that are easily overlooked.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Imagine some anime character charging his ki as waves of plasma vaporize everything in a fifty foot radius. Throw in a Post-Impressionist sensibility and few cues from underground comics and you'll have Kyle Ranson's explosive brand of portraiture. Since his arrival in the 1990s, this former East Coaster has made himself, and his work, right at home in the Bay Area. We recently sat down to chat about volcanoes, embryonic goo, and R. Crumb.
Juxtapoz // Friday, January 20, 2012
In our September 2011 issue, we interviewed poster artists the Costacos Brothers, famous for making some of the most memorable sporting images and posters during the 1980s. The brothers, who opened a retrospective in NYC this past summer, bring their For The Kids exhibition to Los Angeles' Country Club Gallery this Saturday, January 21. Read our feature with the Costacos Brothers after the jump. . . .
Juxtapoz // Friday, November 18, 2011
With POSE opening a solo show, White Wash, (with KC Ortiz) at Known Gallery this Saturday, November 19, we asked contributing writer Roger Gastman to have a conversation with the Chicago-based artist. And he did.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 20, 2011
Depending on who you ask, chewing mushrooms and holing up in your room isn’t exactly an A+ idea. But among all of the posters that could possibly melt off your wall, William Keihn’s psychedelic foray into low-culture is the kind of simulacra you want in your peripheral. Tyler Curtis interviews...
Juxtapoz // Monday, August 29, 2011
As Danish-born, NYC-based photographer Peter Funch prepares his newest solo show, Babel Tales Redux at a V1 Gallery satellite space in NYC this September, we look back at our June 2010 interview with the artist and talk about manipulation, patience, and controlling the story.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 17, 2011
Through his work as photo editor of Vice magazine, assistant to Ryan McGinley, and founder of the online gallery Tiny Vices, which showcases the work of up-and-coming photographers from around the world, the past decade has seen Tim Barber become an irreplaceable gem within the shining artistic landscape of New York City.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 09, 2011
In the spirit of hyperreal sculpture, Shawn Smith’s pixel art blurs the line between real and simulated. But while the deceptively photoreal work of folks like Duane Hanson or Ron Mueck are, in fact, just sculpture, Smith flips the illusion on its head.
Juxtapoz // Monday, August 01, 2011
In the May 2011 issue of Juxtapoz, we interviewed Swiss-born, NYC-based fine artist, photographer, sculpture artist, conceptual artist, comedian, installation artist, and filmmaker, Olaf Breuning. The interview went so well that we wanted to share it with you again.