Juxtapoz Presents: Take Me to the River with Sage Vaughn

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 10, 2011
In conjunction with Sage Vaughn's solo show, Children of a Lesser God, at Lazarides Gallery in London, Juxtapoz took a trip with Sage Vaughn to the Los Angeles River for a picnic of sorts. Lots of mustard was used in the making of this film.

Tangled Confrontation and Identity

Illustration // Monday, May 09, 2011
Ricardo Fumanal's scope of action is located in a non-place where speed and stillness exist side by side, implying that his current work arises from a fragmented, multifaceted and versatile gaze. His images follow a diagrammatic procedure that provides for their reinterpretation as collage and subsequent analogical postproduction. His compositional identity is thus defined by simplicity and a confrontation between figures and background, resorting to a network of references, icons and spontaneously topical items, all tangled with resources, recollections and pre-generational links.

Opening Photos: Sage Vaughn at Lazarides Gallery London

Juxtapoz // Saturday, May 07, 2011
London correspondent, Butterfly, made it out to Sage Vaughn's solo exhibition, Children of a Lesser God, at Lazarides Gallery in London. Sage created a new series of paintings, showed some of his great envelope works, and built a teepee hut that featured special embroidery designs portraying Dash Snow.

The Golden Sun Movement's "ON": Acid House Art and 21st Century Psychedelia Exhibition

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 06, 2011
Currently on exhibit at Idea Generation Gallery in London, the Golden Sun Movement is presenting ON: Acid House Art and 21st Century Psychedelia. The art in the exhibition focuses on the second wave of psychedelia in Britain, the Acid House scene, and the artistic collective known as the Golden Sun Movement.

INSA GIF-iti piece in Newcastle for White Walls Project

Graffiti // Friday, April 29, 2011
"The beauty of INSA's GIF-ITI is that it only truly lives when viewed online, where these days most street art ends up being viewed, and exaggerates the ephemeral nature of graffiti as each layer is painted instantly over the last."

Royal Wedding Sick Bags by Lydia Leith

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 27, 2011
We couldn't help ourselves. Lydia Leith has done many of us a favor and designed limited-quantity, and some cheaper mass produced versions of a Royal Wedding Sick Bag. Made for use on April 29, 2011.

A New Banksy Rat?

Street Art // Tuesday, April 26, 2011
There hasn't been a 100% confirmation that this new piece in Fitzrovia, central London yesterday (Monday) is a Banksy, but it sure looks like it could be a stencil from the artist whom we just saw at MOCA a few weeks back...

Sage Vaughn "Children of a Lesser God" at Lazarides Gallery London

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 25, 2011
Los Angeles-based Sage Vaughn, who will be featured in the June 2011 issue of Juxtapoz (plus a great video is coming, stay tuned for that), is opening a solo show in London at Lazarides Gallery titled Children of a Lesser God on May 6, 2011 . . .

Christophe Gowans and Mother Jones ask: What If Your Favorite Album Was a Book?

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 12, 2011
We are longtime readers of Mother Jones, and we enjoyed this slideshow feature they had the other day, "What If Your Favorite Album Was A Book?" London-based graphic designer, Christophe Gowans, set up some great albums of recent and classic notoriety, and attached to them a thematic book cover. More after the jump . . .

Ai Weiwei’s New York Show to Go On With or Without Him

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 05, 2011
Last month, we wrote about famed and controversial Chinese artist, Ai WeiWei, opening his “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” exhibition in NYC at the Pulitzer Fountain on May 2, 2011. That was before Ai Weiwei was detained by Chinese authorities on Sunday, with his current whereabouts unknown. But the organizers behind the exhibition in NYC say the show will go on, with our without Mr. Ai. More after the jump . . .

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