Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 01, 2013
To celebrate the 4th anniversary of Vertigo Gallery, they have brought in legendary politcal artist, Black Panther poster artist, and activist Emory Douglas, who will be presenting a retrospective in Mexico City. Also, the March 2011 Juxtapoz cover artist will be teaching a workshop on the work process of the posters he made for the Black Panthers. In addition, Emory Douglas will give a lecture at the Cultural Center Tlatelolco.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 22, 2013
Our friends and colleagues in Mexico City @ FIFTY24MX Gallery are set to open a great new exhibition, Afrodea, featuring a new set of erotic-themed paintings and illustrations by Violeta Hernandez. Based in what is becoming a creative hotspot in Monterrey, Mexico, Hernandez sites the likes of Mark Ryden, James Jean, and Leonora Carrington amongst her influences.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 20, 2013
After seeing Mexico City based Smithe's awesome new mural with Nychos in Brooklyn, and another standout piece in Brooklyn, we went and checked out his newest works on his site that he has completed since he was in the magazine this past January. Again, the works are some of our favorites being made, a mix of analog and technology, and classic illustrative styles...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 08, 2013
After almost four years away from galleries and museums, August 2013 cover artist David Choe presents a new solo show in Mexico City at Museo Universitario del Chopo. SNOWMAN MONKEY BBQ will include a whole new series of oil painting, drawing, watercolor and installation. The name of the exhibition takes inspiration from the words that Chinese gamblers scream in casinos...
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Our very good friend, Herbert Baglione, who was the cover of our Brazil issue in 2009, will be opening a new solo show, Obituary, with the team down in Mexico City who runs both FIFTY24MX and Juxtapoz Latin America. As you know, for over the past 10 years, Baglione has become of the Brazil's leading contemporary artists, working both in street murals, installation, and fine art, with traits that illuminate existential dilemmas and the perils of modernity and isolated urban life. Phew, we got heavy.
Street Art // Monday, April 15, 2013
It looks like Paul Insect, Lush, and Sweet Toof had a lot of fun in the DF neighborhood of Mexico City this month, teaming up with our friends at FIFTY24MX and Juxtapoz Latin America to create a ton of murals and street works around town. Pretty playful stuff as well... more to come.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Our old friend David Choe (that full issue with David we did is a bible of how to do art on your own terms) has been extremely busy over the past few months. You could start with his date night with Aubrey Plaza if you wanted to. But Dave is currently in Mexico City, painting murals and collaborating with a current Jux favorite, Dhear. Before then, David hosted an art workshop with the children of South Central, Los Angeles with aims to complete a 40 foot wall surrounding their playground at A Place Called Home (APCH).
Juxtapoz // Friday, March 15, 2013
Here is a glimpse into Francis Alÿs' video "Tornado" where the video artist travels a region in the Mexican countryside where tornados frequently occur and attempts to run into the eye of the storm. Alÿs is Belgian-born and currently lives and works in Mexico City.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 14, 2013
Our friends at Juxtapoz Latin America just passed along information about a show we wished we were checking in person out next week, with one of our current favorites Smithe and Dhear opening a show, La Llegada de Apophs, at FIFTY24MX Gallery in Mexico City. Smithe, you may remember, was in the magazine a few months back, and Dhear has been on our radar with some outstanding street works that have popped up in recent months.
Street Art // Monday, November 26, 2012
Leading Mexican contemporary artist, and a favorite here at Juxtapoz, Saner was recently in Cali, Colombia for a mural festival curated by Fundiberarte and Street Skills Cali. The festival was the city's first International Biennial Mural Exhibition, a week long event that brought in over 58 artists from around the world.