Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 12, 2012
We always enjoy the simple, clever, witty, and whatever complimentary adjective we can bestow on British illustrator Ian Stevenson, who loves to distort our collective pop-culture with a twist of wicked satire. His newest solo show, Made In Broken Britain, is currently on view at The Outsiders space in Newcastle, England.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 12, 2012
We are deeply disappointed that we are unable to see Roid’s debut solo exhibition “More than Ever” with Topsafe London in person. The artist’s work is a mix and is influenced by typography, design, geometry, Manga, computers, robots, music and the list goes on, with one eye catching color palette for sure. His work has been courting our attention for a while and from these pictures one could easy think the canvases were created digitally.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 07, 2012
ArtNowNY Gallery officially opens today, Thursday, June 7, 2012, in the Chelsea arts district of New York City, and Juxtapoz has your exclusive preview of its inaugural exhibition, Art Now: A Survey of Urban Contemporary Art. Artists involved will include work from the likes of photographer Jamel Shabazz, Detroit's Niagara, emerging artist Michael Johnson, and many others.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 06, 2012
SF-based Megan Whitmarsh (featured in our August 2007 issue), whom we have grown fond of her little white Yeti character that used to pop up in her drawings, is set to open a new exhibition, Revolution is a Circle, at NYC's Jack Hanley on Friday, June 9. The show will feature a mix of illustration, hand-stitching, embroidery, and installation based works.
Juxtapoz // Monday, May 28, 2012
This past Saturday, we stopped by the first day of Mexico-based artist, Rico Deniro's Escoliosis, his second exhibition at FIFTY24SF Gallery and his second featuring a series wooden masks. But this new series also features iconic pop-culture figures carved from wood to function as everyday, household objects.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, May 24, 2012
Our partners and colleagues in Mexico City just let us know about a fantastic new exhibition by Emilio Rangel, who just opened a brand new exhibit in Mexico City, Genealogía at Terreno Baldío Gallery. This is Ragnel's first works since his acclaimed The Whore of Babylon exhibition. The works appear to be sculptural fusings of part human and animal qualities, with futuristic, tribal characteristics applied in their uniforms.
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 18, 2012
Toy Art Gallery’s “MY LITTLE PONY Project 2012” exhibition opened May 5 to a gigantic crowd that lined up around an LA city block. Twenty-five artists uniquely created their own painted My Little Pony 18-inch vinyl figures, which are available for sale through next Saturday, May 26, 2012. Ten percent of the sales from the MY LITTLE PONY artworks is donated to Give Kids the World.
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 11, 2012
Barry McGee will make a return visit to show at Prism Gallery in Los Angeles tonight, May 11, 2012, with a large portion of work created at the gallery itself. In 2009, McGee held an exhibition for the gallery's inaugural exhibition, titled MindTheGap. Since then, the gallery has gone on to show many renowned international artists including David LaChapelle, Os Gemeos, Ryan McGinness, Andy Warhol, Araki, and a bunch more. This one should garner a ton of attention.
Juxtapoz // Monday, May 07, 2012
Ryan McGinley opened two simultaneous exhibitions at Team Gallery's two locations in SOHO, NYC this past week, Animals and Grids (Atlas Sound playing the roof for the openings... good touch). We stopped by to see both shows this weekend, and while Grids has a incredibly clean presentation, Animals was one of our favorite, most memorable shows of the entire weekend of Frieze activities.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, May 01, 2012
On view through Wednesday at Bold Hype Gallery in NYC is Beau Staton's "Archaic Ornaments" works explore abandoned 19th century sites around the greater New York City area, where Straton began by collecting photo references, cogs and gears from Staten Island's Rossville Boat Yard, and metal and glass from Brooklyn's Dead Horse Bay.