Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 12, 2013
A few days ago, our friend in Scandinavia, Henrik Haven, went to check out the set-up and behind the scenes look at former cover artist MODE 2's new installation and works at Le-Fix Gallery in Copenhagen. Today, we have the final presentation and completed works, a mix of motion, hip-hop, graffiti, nudes, abstraction, pencil works, pen works, paintings, and some dancing. Check the works out...
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 10, 2013
Some pieces for your collection. This morning, The Outsiders just released three new prints from artists Conor Harrington (last seen on our December 2012 cover), Mode 2 (cover of our June 2007 issue) and Brett Amory (covered extensively on this site). Seeing that we think getting a few prints onto your walls is a good idea, let us give you a rundown on all the information for each release...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 19, 2011
We recently wrote about Mode 2's work being on display in Berlin at Lucas Carrieri Gallery, and Mode just wrote us an email about his newest show opening in Paris at Galerie Issue / Sergeant Paper. Who Sold the Soul? features new drawings and paintings from the former Juxtapoz cover artist (June 2007).
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 05, 2011
Once again, Lazarides Gallery in London has organized a group exhibition in the Old Vic Tunnels way beneath Waterloo Station. The Minotaur features new works by Stanley Donwood, Mode 2, Jonathan Yeo, Antony Micallef, David Choe, Doug Foster, Zak Ove, Ian Francis, Conor Harrington, Vhils, Michael Najjar, ATMA, Zevs, Boxi, Ron English, Lucy McLauchlan, and 3D.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 29, 2011
Because of the graphic nature of the studio shot we have of Mode 2 promoting his first solo show in Berlin, Offerings, we just went with a classic that was on the cover of our June 2007 cover of Juxtapoz. The new show continues the influential European artist's exploration with the female form, often times with elegant, yet explicit results.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 27, 2011
Nothing says comedy, economic uncertainty, and the Euro/American relationship more than a portrait of the Terminator made out of porn. How perfect is that? Tomorrow night (Thursday July 28), at the new Post No Bills space in Venice Beach, will be the opening of the European Bailout Show.