Clarity Haynes' "The Breast Portrait Project

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 30, 2014
The large-scale paintings I am currenty working on come out of a decade-and-a-half long feminist art project. The Breast Portrait Project exists in the intersections of art and social intervention, merging drawing, painting, artist book production, documentary photography, and writing. My work is a subversion of traditional purposes of portraiture, with a focus on making discoveries and facilitating transformation in my subjects, myself, and in communities of viewers...

Rare Romeo and Juliet Illustrations by Salvador Dali

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 30, 2014
In 1975, Salvador Dali contributed 10 illustsrations for a limited edition of Romeo and Juliet for Rizzoli. Because only 999 copies were printed, the book is now incredibly difficult to fine. These copies of the illustrations come from Lockport Street Gallery.

Hyper Realistic Paintings by Roberto Bernardi

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 29, 2014
Italian artist Roberto Bernardi will be opening an exhibition of new hyper realistic paintings at Bernarducci Meisel Gallery in NYC on May 1st. Bernardi spends up to a month creating each painting, using traditional painting techniques of oil on canvas. 'I normally focus on subjects considered banal, like the inside of a fridge, a washing-up machine, the inside of a sweet machine or simply sweets themselves. I like to portray them from an interesting point of view that reveals how interesting they actually are.'

New Work From Winnie Truong

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 25, 2014
Winnie Truong draws hair better than anyone, and her subjects are soulful and strange, but the way we categorize them in our minds says more about us than them. They are otherworldly and they seem comfortable being hairy, so who are we to judge? WInnie is featured in our May, 2014 issue and her "Rites of Passage" exhibition at Galleri Benoni in Denmark just closed this week!

Paintings by Troy Brooks

Juxtapoz // Friday, April 25, 2014
The women of Troy Brooks present an elaborate pageantry of characters observed in allegorical settings. These women play out intimate scenes through a detailed visual language. They are usually caught in moments where something transformative has or is about to happen. 

The Work Of Valerio D'Ospina

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 24, 2014
Italian born Valerio D’Ospina is now working and living in the United States perfecting his oil paintings. Focusing on industrial warehouses, urban landscapes, and locomotives D’Ospina's oil paintings are truly masterful. D’Ospina's talent is no surprise, as he's been on the creative scene since 1999. D’Ospina has held solo exhibitions internationally as well as numerous group shows. 

Chris Lux “Painting and Drawings” @ Muddguts, Brooklyn

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Muddguts is proud to present the first New York solo show of Chris Lux, a San Francisco-based painter and sculptor. Lux is known for work that reflects his multilevel approach to history and visual arts. In his new exhibition “Painting and Drawings,” Lux continues expounding on this theme through numerous flat works, drawing inspiration from...

Happy Earth Day: New Paintings from Josh Keyes

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 22, 2014
We think there is probably no better way to celebrate Earth Day here on the Juxtapoz website than with the paintings of artist Josh Keyes! The February, 2010 cover artist has a handful of fantastic new work on his website.

First Look: Christian Rex van Minnen "Glazed and Confused"

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 22, 2014
We are very excited to get a first look at Christian Rex van Minnen's work for his upcoming "Glazed and Confused" exhibit at Gallery Poulsen in Copenhagen, Denmark. Featured in our recent April, 2014 issue, van Minnen explores the techniques and styles of Old Masters' oil painting while seeking out opportunities within the traditional layers and glazes of paint to create a confused stratum of form, content and meaning...

Art by Vera Elena Solodovnikova

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 22, 2014
Vera Elena Solodovnikova is an artist born in Riga, after studying Fine Arts in London, she lives and works in Barcelona. In her works she tries to illustrate what the Earth will look like, if human beings disappear from the world. According to the imagery, a new era will begin in which animals rule the planet and develop their own customs, beliefs, traditions, and cults.

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