Peter Saul "Some Crazy Pictures" @ David Kordansky Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, May 01, 2015
Some Crazy Pictures, Saul’s first show at the gallery, comprises a group of new and recent paintings completed over the last few years. Featuring satirical swipes at money and power, violent conflations of popular and art historical imagery, and absurd anthropomorphism, these works take on a characteristically wide range of subjects.

"Gravitant," Cinta Vidal's Living Exhibition

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 30, 2015
With her latest exhibition "Gravitant" at Miscelanea in Barcelona, the artist wants to show that we live in one world, but we live in it in very different ways, playing with everyday objects and spaces, placed in impossible ways to express that many times, the inner dimension of each one of us does not match the mental structures of those around us.

Ed Templeton "Synthetic Suburbia" @ Roberts & Tilton, LA

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 24, 2015
If you follow Ed Templeton on Instagram (which you should), you have been lucky enough to enjoy his #dailyhbpierphoto and ongoing documentation of the people and culture surrounding the iconic pier in Huntington Beach, California. The legendary skateboarder, photographer, and artist's fascination with the peculiarity of Huntington Beach is the inspiration behind his new exhibit Synthetic Surburbia which will open at Roberts & Tilton Gallery in Los Angles on April 25th, 2015. We headed over to the gallery this week to catch a preview and watch Ed set-up!

The Work of James Bullough

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 22, 2015
James Bullough grew up in the suburbs of Washington D.C. where he became enamored with the edgy graffiti popular there. His graffiti and graphic paintings eventually developed into realism and oil painting, and he began to study the techniques of the Dutch Masters. Moving from the U.S. in 2010 to Berlin, Bullough transitioned from photorealistic oil paintings to photorealistic spray-paint murals.

Drawings and Paintings by Constantine Lianos

Illustration // Wednesday, April 15, 2015
Constantine Lianos is an artist from Athens, Greece. He studies at the A.S.F.A (Athens School of Fine Arts) and will graduate in 2014. He expresses himself through painting and drawing and his work revolves mainly around themes relating to people.

How to Paint Traditional Chinese Landscapes with Roller Blades

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 13, 2015
Well this is something we definitely have never thought of. Tian Haisu has taken a pair of roller blades and modified them to hold black ink which she then uses to paint traditional Chinese landscape paintings that can be as large as 43 feet long! Haisu says that wearing the skates make her feel like her whole body is involved. "I produce all kinds of ink landscapes, such creating is full of power, speed and rhythm." Watch a video after the jump!

The Work of Takahiro Hirabayashi

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 10, 2015
Takahiro Hirabayashi, a traditionally trained Japanese painter, uses age-old techniques in his contemporary portraits while combining a morbid sci-fi element in his breathtaking work. Hirabayashi’s whimsical characters seem to be barely surviving in a beautiful post-apocalyptic world.

Mehdi Ghadyanloo "Perception" @ Howard Griffin Gallery, London

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 03, 2015
Mehdi Ghadyanloo is a visual artist from Tehran, Iran. For the past eight years, Ghadyanloo has been involved in the Beautification Bureau of Tehran’s municipality which is devoted to the promotion of mural arts in the city. A city that has been politically and economically isolated by Western powers for decades, Tehran is largely closed to international visitors.

"Portraits of Protesters" Series by Seren Morgan Jones

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 01, 2015
Portraits of Protesters, a series of paintings by Seren Morgan Jones, highlights the great efforts of Welsh women in the fight for women’s rights. Her work is based on documents she uncovered during her research along with her own contemporary voice, creating a delightful and authentic collection. Portraits of Protesters will run from April 3rd until May 2nd at Gallery Ten, Cardiff.  

Paintings by Hermann Albert

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 31, 2015
When Hermann Albert moved to Berlin in 1964, there was a strong feeling among intellectuals, that figurative painitng was defined by the hateful Stalin doctrine that determined how and what artists were supposed to paint: they were to worship the working class and its achievements and they were to do so in portraits, stillives and landscapes in a heroic style.
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