Marco Kalach’s "Óxidos Oníricos" Show in Mexico City

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 15, 2015
Marco Kalach’s Óxidos Oníricos is a take on the matter and the unconscious. Amongst the corroded bronze sculptures of abstract animal forms and amazingly crafted spiked figures, the oil paintings – going from figurative to abstract and jumping to geometrical representations of the city – this world that is trying to escape the artist, seems all at once chaotic and incredibly poetic. 

The Work of Alejandrina Herrera

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Mexican artist Alejandrina Herrera creates beautiful scenes on the basis of drawing, collage and watercolor. Telling stories about people, animals, and how they interact with their surroundings, Herrera likes to include a touch of irony and melancholy by playing with the size of things and spaces.

Sketchbook Works by Mario Maplé

Illustration // Thursday, May 07, 2015
Mario Maplé is a young mexican artist living in Guadalajara who, inspired by mutations and trauma, works with both conceptual and technical discomfort; exploring through pictorial accidents, materials and Formal contrasts, new possibilities for individual expression.

Pulp Drunk: Mexican Pulp Art from 1960's-1970's @ Ricco/Maresca, NYC

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 09, 2015
An awesome show at Ricco/Maresca in NYC, one that we think Juxtapoz readers will love: "Post-war America saw the rise of the erotic pulp paperback novel covers. The objective of these covers was to lure in potential buyers with the promise of sex, suspense and drama. Simultaneously, a similar type of book and marketing strategy was being developed in Mexico." 

The Work of Violeta Hernandez

Illustration // Wednesday, December 17, 2014
We love the paintins and illustrations of Monterrey, Mexico-based artist Violeta Hernandez. A Graphic Design graudate, Violeta's work centers on feminine esthetics, subtle and sometimes charged with bittersweet romance. Randomly her graphic work transcends bidimensional formats to mold 3D art forms in the shape of art toys.

The Digital Darkness of Pierre Fudaryli

Erotica // Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Mexico-based digital artist and photo manipulator Pierre Fudaryli is throwing us for a nice loop this morning as we gather our heads around this dark, stunning, and disturbingly absorbing series of works. The work is like a mixture of late-era Pink Floyd covers meets Dali meets an upsetting peyote afternoon. 

Surreal Work by Pedro Friedeberg

Juxtapoz // Monday, July 07, 2014
Apart from being an artist, Pedro Friedeberg has also invented several styles of architecture, one new religion and two salads. He was born in Italy and now lives in Mexico where he works to criticize the absurdity of things through his paintings, sculpture, design, furniture and architectural fantasies. Pedro was featured in the December 2011 issue of Juxtapoz Magazine.

SANER "The Madness of an Unknown Man" @ Museum of Contemporary Art, San Luis Potosí

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 27, 2014
Last week (Friday, June 20th, 2014) the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Luis Potosí presented the exhibit LA LOCURA DE UN HOMBRE DESCONOCIDO (The madness of an unknown man) the first solo show of the Mexican artist Edgar Nández SANER. In this exhibition the Mexican artist reinterprets the concept of madness as a metaphor of disengagement. The madman leaps into de void trying to reach his true destiny by setting free of the ideology of the system. The unknown crazy man is the artist himself ceasing to be unknown and encouraging the spectators to release their own madness.

José Luis López Galván: Erotic Surrealism

Erotica // Thursday, June 19, 2014
The artist José Luis López Galván was born in the city of Guadalajara, Jalisco Mexico in 1985. He was seduced by oil painting early on, and now it is the medium in which he works almost completely. He uses visual media to communicate concepts like death, fear or hypocrisy, without limitations of content in his work...

Hallucinatory Works by Piñatha

Illustration // Saturday, June 07, 2014
Shamanistic figures and mythical creatures engage in strange rituals in Piñatha's weird, wonderful universe. Piñatha is the artistic pseudonym of Nijah Lefèvre, an illustrator, designer and architect based in Monterrey, Mexico. Drawing inspiration from Mexican folklore, his body of work is a world of dream visions rendered in electrifying color.
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