Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 23, 2015
No secret here that Juxtapoz loves the work of Todd "REAS" James. He has been on the cover 2x, been covered in various stages of his career, and love seeing his work evolve with each show. On May 1st, James will open "Fantasy Island" at Lazarides in London in their Rathbone space. From the gallery, "The vivid body of hyper-coloured works extends the artist's exploration into current socio-political affairs, continuing to stretch the boundary between the obscene and the humorous." We agree.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Lazarides Rathbone is pleased to present a major new body of meditative self-portraits by Antony Micallef entitled Self. In an era when the selfie is ubiquitous, his long-awaited solo return unveils a series of energetic self-portraits on canvas and paper, presenting the ultimate commentary on this contemporary norm.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Lazarides Rathbone is pleased to present Moment of Impact, a multi-disciplinary solo exhibition by American sculptor and installation artist and 2x featured artist in Juxtapoz print edition, Mark Jenkins. Opening the gallery’s 2015 exhibition programme, the thought-provoking showcase will encompass a new body of life-sized sculptures and three-dimensional canvases alongside popular highlights featured in international showcases spanning the past two years.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Lazarides Rathbone is pleased to announce a major new body of provocative work from Australian artist Anthony Lister. Hurt People - Hurt People presents a series of multi-faceted portraits saturated in celebrity and media obsessed disaster, continuing the artist’s distinguished superhero series featured in 2013’s Unslung Heroes.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 02, 2014
Ahead of his show with Lazarides in London on October 10, and are perfectly timed feature in our new issue of Juxtapoz (November 2014 issue to be exact, on newsstand Oct 10), we visited LUDO in his studio in Paris to get the scoop on his new body of work, "Chaos Theory." As you will read in the upcoming feature, LUDO is into hybrids, mixing technology and nature into his artwork and street works.
Juxtapoz // Monday, September 22, 2014
As you may know by now, Conor Harrington will make his NYC-debut this Friday, September 27, as part of a special Lazarides Gallery pop-up at 268 Mulberry Street. Details have been minimal at best, but London-based Harrington has been updating his Instagram with progress shots of the entire process building the work that is "Eat & Delete." We wrote an editorial piece that will be in the November issue of Juxtapoz, out next week, with a few shots of the new paintings, and are excited to share a few more paintings today.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 08, 2014
Brett Amory's exhibition at Lazarides Rathbone, "Twenty-Four in London," closed last week. For those of you who were unable to stop through and check it out for yourself, here is a look through the show! Brett was featured in the February, 2014 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 04, 2014
Brett Amory, who we featured in our February, 2014 issue, will be opening a new solo exhibition at Lazarides Rathbone this Friday, March 7th, 2014. We stopped by Brett's studio in Oakland to get a little preview just as he was finishing up and getting ready to ship everything to London...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Always excited to see a brand new body of work from an artist we have worked with closely over the years. Los Angeles-based Sage Vaughn is set to return and open "Nobody's Home," at Lazarides Rathbone in London on January 31, 2014.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
We are very excited to see that Australian-born, Berlin-based Charlie Isoe (cover artist from April 2010), is back in the exhibition swing. This Friday, June 28, Isoe will open a new solo show, In the Bad Bush, at Lazarides Gallery's Rathbone space in London. As the gallery notes, "After inexplicably vanishing from the art scene for over three years... [Isoe draws] from the isolation of Western Australia to his itinerant youth and lifestyle of abandon, and quickly established himself as a pioneer in his field."