Juergen Teller "Woo!" @ ICA, London

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 24, 2013
One of the most influential photographers of the last 30 years (see all the good Marc Jacobs ads), whose style of the over-exaggerated flash has seen countless followers, Juergen Teller just opened Woo! at the ICA in London this week. The exhibition features a "seamless journey through his landmark fashion and commercial photography from the 90s." A great look into the world of a photographer who has some of the most personal photos of influential celebrity-types ever shot.

Preview: Dan Witz "Prisoners 2012-13" @ Lazarides, London

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 24, 2013
NYC-based Dan Witz, who has been a pillar of street art over the past 30 years and extremely talented fine artists, has a new show, Prisoners 2012-13 at Lazarides in London opening on Friday, January 25. Witz' debut solo show at Lazarides will feature his paintings from both his Prisoner and now signature Mosh Pit series. The gallery notes that Witz will dispersing his unique stamp on the streets of London by painting one of his prisoners' image onto phone boxes.

“What Are You Doing After This” Group Show @ Ivory & Black, London

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
This show is loaded. Ivory & Black Soho in association with Vans Syndicate proudly present What are you doing after this?, a group exhibition featuring some of the most exciting young artists currently living and working in New York and Los Angeles, working across a wide range of disciplines including photography, video, sculpture, painting and mixed media.

José Parlá "Broken Language" @ Haunch of Venison, London

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Haunch of Venison presents its first solo exhibition of New York based artist José Parlá (Juxtapoz cover artist, December 2009). Born in Miami of Cuban parents artist José Parlá’s vibrant works explore the multi-layered histories of cities and urban environments; his paintings and site-specific installations are created both in his large carriage house studio and also works outside throughout city surfaces.

Jonathan Gabb's 3D Paintings @ Wilson Williams, London

Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 10, 2013
"With a painting, people expect paint on a canvas or pigment in liquid on a flat surface, I’m trying to do something different. I want to stretch the material value of paint in a 3D form to transform it into something else - the paint is freed from a fixed surface and can be viewed as an object."

Video: Hate Mail from Mr. Bingo

Juxtapoz // Sunday, January 06, 2013
The premise is perfect: Mr. Bingo, the London based illustrator and in our opinion, comic, will, for a small fee, send the recipient of your choice an abusive, illustrated message on the back of a vintage postcard. Culminated in a fantastic book, Hate Mail was recently published by Penguin books, and now Crane.tv has created a nice bvideo profile on the artist. Hate can be fun.

CONY @ Gallery Goldstein, London

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 27, 2012
Gallery Goldstein in London recently held an exhibition showcasing the work of Paris-based artist, Cony. Closely associated with Horfe, the PAL crewmember creates loose illustrations reminiscent of old Walt Disney illustrations but with a darker and more contorted look. Included in the show was a toilet paper sculpture resembling a figure vandalizing the gallery walls in feces? Yes, that happened.

Opening: Vhils "Devoid" @ Lazarides Rathbone, London

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 10, 2012
One of our favorite contemporary artists, Vhils, just opened a new exhibition, Devoid, at Lazarides' Rathbone space in London. The work focuses on the "individual in relation to the overpowering force of urban environments. Working with the city as the prime material, Vhils has used what the urban environment offers in its most derelict spaces as both a location and as a source for materials from wood scraps to rusty metal, discarded billboards and other debris produced by its inhabitants."

The Works of Dale Grimshaw

Juxtapoz // Monday, December 03, 2012
We have shown the works of Dale Grimshaw earlier this year with his show at Signal Gallery, but wanted to take a second look. Over the past six year, Grimshaw has emerged as a force in the contemporary London art scene, and has continued to progress with his major show at Signal this year.

Lilwenn x Bom. K in London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 20, 2012
French muralists, Lilwenn and Bom. K of the DMV crew, combined efforts in painting an array of images resembling two heads. The mural was painted on the side of a building in East London.