Preview: Inaugural Joshua Liner Gallery Exhibit

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 10, 2008
Unless you’ve been residing in a cave for the past few weeks, you already know that the highly anticipated opening of the brand new Joshua Liner Gallery in New York is going down this Saturday, April 12th. Celebrating contemporary art from all reaches of the globe, this inaugural opening will feature twenty-eight highly regarded artists. Gracing the walls of Joshua Liner Gallery this Saturday will include artworks from: Shawn Barber, Crash One, Mike Davis, Ron English, Jeremy Fish, Blaine Fontana, Futura, Robert Hardgrave, Naoto Hattori, Kenji Hirata, Zach Johnsen, Jessica Joslin, Josh Keyes, Koralie, Kris Kuksi, David Choong Lee, Travis Louie, Tomokazu Matsuyama, Chris Mendoza, Aiko Nakagawa, Pat Rocha, Greg Simkins, Damon Soule, Stash, Heidi Taillefer, Ben Tour, Mark Dean Veca, and Oliver Vernon (Temple Alps shown.) We dare you to come up with a hotter list of artists all in one gallery space. Take a look-see at the Joshua Liner Gallery website for more info, and to check out the stellar line up of future exhibits.  

Photos: John Casey and Josh Keyes

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 07, 2008
John Casey and Josh Keyes recently had a phenomenal opening of their new works at TAG Gallery in Nashville. Quite a few cameras captured the entire evening on film. To see more photos of their opening, click here.  

Josh Keyes and John Casey

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 23, 2008
The amazingly talented Josh Keyes and John Casey are having an upcoming show at TAG Art Gallery in Nashville. With photos by David McClister also on display, this opening Saturday, February 2nd will showcase Casey’s imaginative, and at times bizarre, sculptures and paintings as well as Keyes’ signature altered landscapes and metaphorical animals. If you happen to be in the dirty South, take a night to see some truly great art!

Josh Keyes and Oliver Vernon at Limited Addiction

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 25, 2007
Limited Addiction Gallery in Denver, CO has photos up from their current exhibit, a two-dude show sans title from Josh Keyes and Oliver Vernon. Limited Addiction is all about multi-media. Josh's (thorough) podcast tour is available for downloading in the podcast section of the interactive portion of their site, and video of the opening night, along with video interviews from each artist, will be uploaded late next week.

Josh Keyes + Tiny Showcase

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 02, 2007
Ok, if we tell you something cool do you promise not to freak out? Promise? Ok. Tonight's Tiny Showcase is Josh Keyes. Stop freaking out! You promised. Cool. Seriously though, as of 7:30pm EDT tonight (October 2nd) there will be 200 prints available from the Tiny Showcase folks featuring the work of Mr. Keyes. And since it's a Tiny Showcase joint you know the price is gonna be hella low. This is not to be missed. We just hope we can click fast enough to get one before they're sold out or the mass user load crashes the servers. Our mouse finger is getting antsy just thinking about it. The picture featured isn't the showcase print (that we know of), but it is one of the new pieces that will be featured in Josh's upcoming show at Hang Art in San Francisco this Thursday (October 4th). You can get him to sign your print if it arrives in time. Or not. The postal service ain't what she used to be. and

Josh Keyes Print

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 24, 2007
Since most of the Josh Keyes paintings in the Artifice of Form show [mentioned here] are going to sell out before the opening (he's so hot right now), and because a lot of you don't really have an extra $1000 to throw around, it might interest you to know that Limited Addiction Gallery has just released Josh's first major print. "Treadmill" is a limited-edition, archival Giclée on Hahnemuhle velvet paper and measures in at 18" x 13". For $150 that is a deal you can't scoff at, especially because in two years time Josh will be in everyone's top ten. Now you can have proof that you loved him way back when, not to mention a sweet piece of candy for your walls. There are only 50 of these so if you're still reading this you may already have waited too long.
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