Royal/T presents "Facemaker" featuring Eric Yahnker, Ben Jones

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 21, 2011
Kathy Grayson at The Hole Gallery in NYC is curating a show at Royal/T in Culver City, California, FACEMAKER, featuring “works from contemporary young artists including the title piece by Ben Jones, in addition to Shepard Fairey, Takashi Murakami, Barry McGee, Kenny Scharf, Eric Yahnker, Jane Moseley, Olaf Breuning, Carroll Dunham, David Shrigley, and Gary Webb, and the show will explore interpretations of the most universal element of human perception: the face..” More after the jump . . .

Juxtapoz Presents: Curtis Kulig Video Profile

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 18, 2011
In our ongoing series of Juxtapoz Presents video profiles, we introduce our interview with NYC-based photographer, street artist and sticker artist, Curtis Kulig. We visit Kulig at his apartment in Manhattan, as well as get a tour of his local corner market, where Kulig stole a few greatest hits 'shop lifting' posters for an exhibit in Milan. Watch after the jump . . .

COPE2 Solo Show at TT Underground in NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 17, 2011
NYC-graffiti legend, COPE2, will open a solo show, Transition, at TT Underground Gallery in NYC this April 7, 2011. The show will feature a "new chapter of paintings arise from the obstruction of producing graffiti pieces in the streets paradigm to a permanent transfixed surface." More after the jump . . .

Ai WeiWei Public Sculpture Exhibit at Pulitzer Fountain in NYC

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 14, 2011
Famed and controversial Chinese artist, Ai WeiWei, will open his “Circle of Animals/Zodiac Heads” exhibition in NYC at the Pulitzer Fountain on May 2, 2011. Presented by the Chinese contemporary art organization AW Asia, the 12 bronze animal heads are inspired by the fabled fountain-clock of the Yuanming Yuan, an 18th-century imperial retreat just outside Beijing. More looks after the jump . . .

Marcel Dzama and Michael Riedel at David Zwirner NYC

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 11, 2011
We finally got a chance to stop by Marcel Dzama and Michael Riedel's exhibitions at David Zwirner in New York City this past week. We had previewed Dzama's exhibition last month, and highly anticipated a great show, which is exactly what we found. And we were quite impressed with Riedel's elaborate text-based work. More images after the jump . . .

The Art of Curtis Kulig

Juxtapoz // Thursday, March 10, 2011
Next week, we will premiere our new video profile, Juxtapoz Presents: Curtis Kulig, but today, we have a studio visit with the NYC-based street, photography, and fine artist. You may recognize that "Love Me" sticker from the intro of "Saturday Night Live." Images after the jump . . .

5Pointz, The Graffiti Mecca, in Jeopardy of Being Bulldozed

Graffiti // Thursday, March 10, 2011
I remember the first time I took the trip out from my suburban town on Long Island to visit 5Pointz in Queens, it was a surreal experience as it was every time I would visited there after. Unfortunately 5Pointz is in jeopardy of being bulldozed by developers, this would be a tragedy in the street art community. Watch Meres One speak about 5Pointz after the jump…

Interview—Alexander Heir

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 01, 2011
A few weeks ago I visited the studio of New York artist Alexander Heir to see what he has been working on. While listening to Alexander's record collection we spent the afternoon talking about art, music, and the pigs within the clothing industry. More after the jump...

Interview: Photographer Anita Brathwaite

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 28, 2011
New York City-based corresponedent Brock Fetch recently met up with Brooklyn-based photographer, Anita Brathwaite, to catch up on what she's been doing and ask her a few questions.More after the jump...

Ian Francis' "Fireland" at Joshua Liner Gallery

Juxtapoz // Friday, February 25, 2011
British artist Ian Francis will be making his NYC solo debut at Joshua Liner Gallery with Fireland, opening next Thrusday, March 3. The work looks to be Francis' signature abstract-figurative paintings, using dark tones and oil and acrylics to create a hazy, dream-like atmosphere. More after the jump . . .