Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 25, 2015
We are heading to the beach. Miami Beach to be exact, as we kick off the Juxtapoz Presents program at Scope Miami Beach from December 1-6, 2015.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Northern California is home to some of the world’s most gorgeous landscapes. From the Sierra to the Ocean, to mountains that touch the Pacific, the ethereal beauty is a work of art itself. For over 40 years, Tom Killion has delicately archived the environmental majesty of California within the traditional process of Japanese-Style woodblock printmaking, creating stunning, colorful works through a handmade, ancient operation. We visited Tom at his Point Reyes studio to experience the comfort of a beginner’s state of mind.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 08, 2015
We're excited to announce the online premiere of Cheech Marin: De Colores De Cheech, directed by Gregg Gibbs. The charismatic comic takes viewers on an entertaining road trip around his hometown, visiting art studios, galleries and taquerias while exploring his extensive Chicano art collection. The film is a companion piece to the feature about Cheech in our June 2015 issue.
Juxtapoz // Friday, June 19, 2015
We are super excited to once again team up with Scope Art Fair for a "Juxtapoz Presents" program at Scope Basel 2015, happening now in Basel, Switzerland. This week, we have teamed with Lawrence Alkin Gallery of London, COLAB Gallery of Basel, BC Gallery of Berlin, and heliumcowboy of Berlin. If you are at Scope, make sure to check these spots out, as these are some of our favorite gallerires in Europe at the moment.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
As we mentioned yesterday on the site, on Saturday, June 13 at 7pm at the Roxie Theatre in San Francisco, SF DocFest film festival will premiere “Juxtapoz Presents: Art Shorts," a program of short documentaries that spotlight artists and works featured in recent issues of Juxtapoz. From Olek and Sucklord, Robert Williams to the Mission School, to the world premiere of a new short of Cheech Marin, this should be a great night. A few months ago, we premiered this short on Long Gone John, one of the great art collectors we have ever encoutered, and here is a little reminder about it!
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 09, 2015
On Saturday, June 13 at 7pm at the Roxie Theatre in San Francisco, SF DocFest film festival will premiere “Juxtapoz Presents: Art Shorts," a program of short documentaries that spotlight artists and works featured in recent issues of Juxtapoz. Opening the evening will be Robert Williams: Slang Aesthetics by Steve “Sketch” Vallino, a fast-paced exposé of the artist's recent retrospective at Barnsdall Community Art Center in Los Angeles. This new short film includes narration by Williams himself and features highlights from the opening of his landmark show.
Juxtapoz // Friday, April 10, 2015
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Juxtapoz // Friday, March 13, 2015
Control is lost and time becomes an abstraction when Mike Aho draws us into the short film The Lonely Life, which he wrote, directed and scored. He can be credited with almost every aspect of the film. (That, on top of being the new creative director at Volcom, and leading the band ((sounder)).) It stars musician and actor Will Oldham, whose character had been cryogenically frozen and is searching to understand his former life. Dazed in the intense haze of medication, lies and hallucinations, the film follows this search for truth amidst a cloak of certain evil.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 08, 2015
We need to feel like we belong to this experience, we need to know our place, we need to know where we fit. We need to feel that we're accepted for who we are. So the goal you may think is to, get a show, get press or to make money or to have fame. But it's not, the thing we all really want is to feel connected.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Sometimes “special” is the only word that will do, and in the case of Neil Young’s “Special Deluxe” by Penguin Books , let’s agree that it is, starting with the artist’s observation that “being obsessive is not such a bad thing for creativity.” The book is an enchanting portrayal of the roots of Young’s appreciation for the ability to travel country roads and landscapes of the imagination.