Juxtapoz // Monday, December 29, 2014
The Posters is a website that offers excellent art posters for an affordable price, with a portion of the proceeds going to art education programs for youth, such as Inner-City Arts in Los Angeles. Each poster is available for a limited time, and you can currently get your hands on works by Paul Wackers, Owen Schmit, Nate Lowman and Wyatt Kahn for a few more weeks. Get art and support art programs for kids. It’s a win-win.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 10, 2014
Nate Lowman's opened his fourth solo show, Rain the Painforest, at Maccarone last week. 'A flower. A leaf. A rock. A stem. A heart. A shape. A stain. A drip. A memory. A State. An egg in a pan. Lowman presents new works that embark on a significant departure from his previous icons. In lieu of meditations on pop culture and political instants, and canvases shaped after generic symbols of mass-consumption and cultural artifacts, Lowman's works here conjure states of memory, modeled on the soft edges of the hand-drawn...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Space 15 Twenty in Hollywood/Los Angeles has been sporting some nice pop-up shops recently (Input: Output being one great shop). Currently through August 28th, an unprecedented group of well known and underground artists from the New York area will be selling their works at a pop store called Arts & Leisure.
Juxtapoz // Monday, June 27, 2011
Harmony Korine happens to be on the cover of our July 2011 issue of Juxtapoz, and he also happens to be in the Richardson Magazine presented exhibition, The Male Gaze, up at Maccarone Gallery in NYC. The show features works by Nate Lowman, Harmony Korine, Adam McEwen, Leigh Ledare, and Otto Muehl. amongst others.
Erotica // Monday, May 23, 2011
Nate Lowman (born 1979) is an American artist. His works have been described by New York Times chief art critic as "down-and-out excursions into collage, graffiti and appropriation." Lowman first gained ctitical attention with his works included in the collaborative Museum of Modern Art/P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center show Greater New York in 2005. Lowman's iconophilic paintings, sculpture and bricolage have a story of cultural alienation to tell.