Richard Hambleton: The Second Coming

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 05, 2010
“'Unsung godfather' and last living contemporary of Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol—New York City's 1980s original art heroes—Richard Hambleton has risen again,” writes Juxtapoz' Erin Dyer. “Much to my, and the public's (past and present included), liking.” Read More...  

Daze to show in Singapore

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 12, 2010
Daze, aka Chris Ellis will be flying half way around the world to Singapore for a show in March with Fortune Cookie Projects. From collaborating with Jean-Michel Basquiat in the 80s to solo exhibits across the world, Daze has amassed quite an impressive resume.

Keith Haring x Tommy Hilfiger Sneakers

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 02, 2010
Paris’ ultra hip Collette is taking it back with these old school Keith Haring inspired Tommy Hilfiger kicks.

In the House of the Radiant Baby: Keith Haring’s Apartment

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 30, 2010
When two designers realized their Craigslist apartment used to be Keith Haring’s, they made him the design inspiration.

NYC to LA: Jeffrey Deitch to Direct MOCA

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 11, 2010
It’s official: Jeffrey Deitch, the highly successful New York City based galleriest, will be the new director of The Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. This is a bold move for the board, but a wise one.

A Look at Keith Haring: New York

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 01, 2009
Woodward Gallery is currently playing host to a playful body of work from Keith Haring’s early years in New York. Some unique subway drawings, studio interiors and other never-before-exhibited works of art further underscore Haring’s outstanding contribution, impact and relevance to art today.

Keith Haring: New York

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 10, 2009
This Fall, Woodward Gallery will premiere a playful body of work from Keith Haring’s early years in New York. Some unique subway drawings, studio interiors and other never-before-exhibited works of art will further underscore Haring’s outstanding contribution, impact and relevance to art today.

Hugh Brown’s “Allegedly” at GCAC with Greg Escalante and Nathan Spoor

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 23, 2009
Follow us now as we take an educated look at a the latest body of work from Hugh Brown, Grammy Award winning designer and Creative Director of Rhino Records. This latest solo exhibition at Cal State’s tastemaker museum exhibition space, Grand Central Art Center, features a rather fascinating and controversial collection. Curious? So are we. 

Dubai Art Show To Feature Futura, Stash and Phil Frost

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 16, 2009
A historic three-man exhibition comes to Dubai, featuring original works by urban art pioneers Futura, Stash and Phil Frost. Foreign markets in the Middle East and beyond will be granted a rare opportunity to view extraordinary new collections by these world-renowned contemporary urban artists in a show which will be launched by Cuadro Gallery during Art Dubai, the U.A.E’s contemporary art fair. The exhibition will open Thursday, March 19, and it will remain on view to the public until June 17, 2009. 

Keith Haring's 'Silent Partner' Speaks: Angel Ortiz Reworks NY Mural

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 15, 2009
“The Keith Haring mural that has stood at Houston and Bowery streets since April is a tribute, an anniversary gift, and a historical re-creation,” writes Erica Orden of The NY Sun. “As of last week, it is also a battleground.” Why a battleground, you ask? “Last Friday, under the late morning sunshine, an artist named Angel Ortiz added thickets of graphic black lines in the spaces between Haring's original green and black figurines. His was no random act of vandalism,” continues Orden. “Mr. Ortiz, who goes by the nickname LA II, was an early collaborator of Haring's, working closely with the artist between 1980 and 1986. He has been credited by Haring in John Gruen's Keith Haring: The Authorized Biography with advancing the Pop artist's creative development, and has been called Haring's "silent partner. “In recent years, however, Mr. Ortiz has broken his silence. Mr. Ortiz's additions to the East Village mural are now the latest chapter in a nearly 20-year dispute over artistic license, credit, and propriety.” The image below is of work that LAII installed at Woodward Gallery's Project Space on Eldridge Street in New York a few days ago. Sweet. Intrigued? You should be. Read the entire story online here.  
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