Juxtapoz // Friday, September 18, 2015
Matthew Barney (featured on the cover of a limited edition Juxtapoz in 2008) recently debuted his first major solo exhibition, River of Fundament, in Los Angeles at the Museum of Contemporary Art. River of Fundament is one of Barney's most challenging and ambitious projects to date, and his largest filmic undertaking since the renowned, five-part Cremaster film cycle.
Photography // Tuesday, May 20, 2014
From 1994 to 2002, artist Matthew Barney embarked on an artistic endeavor to create his epic five part work titled “The Cremaster Cycle”. Each of the five parts consisted of it’s own feature film as well as an installation consisting of the sculptures used in each film and photographs reflecting elements from each film.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 08, 2013
To celebrate Juxtapoz' special project in Detroit with Matthew Barney, Lance Mountain, Power House, and the Ride It Sculpture Park, Juxtapoz is excited to announce a limited edition Barney x Mountain (shot by our wonderful photographer, Joe Brook) cover circulating on newsstands across the world. There are only 1,000, so good luck on the search. We also invited filmmakers Eric Carlsen and Chris Rosik to shoot a documentary on Mountain's time in Detroit, which is what you get to see here, today.
Juxtapoz // Monday, January 07, 2013
Today, we announce our February 2013 issue, featuring our old friend James Jean, who is set to open a new body of work at Jack Tilton Gallery in NYC on January 9, 2013. February 2013 also features our very special (and limited edition cover, more on that tomorrow) project with famed artist Matthew Barney and skateboard legend Lance Mountain. We document Mountain's ride on a Barney-designed skate deck (part of the Drawing Restraint 19 series), at the Ride It Sculpture Park in Detroit as part of Juxtapoz ongoing collaboration with Power House Productions.
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 18, 2012
Barry X Ball, who has been working in reinterpreting classic sculpture for over 30 years, just had aninstallation at Nathalie Obadia in Paris, called Matthew Barney / Barry X Ball Dual-Dual Portrait. The room featured a "a Janus-like double portrait of Barry X Ball and fellow artist Matthew Barney," carved in stone, staring at each other in a gold and black color scheme.
Juxtapoz // Monday, October 24, 2011
A few years ago, as we working to complete our 15th Anniversary show and benefit with Detroit in mind, we got word that Matthew Barney was working in Detroit on a special project. After Barney donated a piece of art to our show, we followed his progress and work that he was completing. Needless to say, the work was complex with a full narrative in mind...