Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 19, 2015
Joe Ferriso is opening a new show at Park Life in San Francisco on February 20th called Ajar, which will feature some interesting perspectives on interiors, color juxtapositions, and doors.
Juxtapoz // Monday, September 22, 2014
Serena Mitnik-Miller has a new body of work up at Park Life Gallery in SF's Mission District. The work, entitled SWIRL, features a series of watercolor on paper with abstract, free-flowing patterns and fluid shapes. After seeing her work at Mollusk and Joshua Liner in recent years, this is another great body of work that you should check.
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 18, 2014
We like Marci Washington, so much so that she has been a cover of Juxtapoz and a cover of the Juxtapoz Dark Arts book. The Bay Area artist just released a new book of her own, For Forever I'll Be Here, and will be having a book signing tonight, July 18, at Park Life Mission from 6—8pm. Go check it out, get some paper love, get it signed.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, May 28, 2014
We have long been huge fans of the works of Jacob Macgraw and Rachell Sumpter, and are very excited that they have both brought their works to San Francisco in "Home Again Home Again," a collaborative show at Park Life in the Inner Richmond. Jacob Magraw will be showing embroidery pieces on cloth along with painted, gouache works on paper.
Juxtapoz // Friday, April 18, 2014
We are going to check out the new exhibition by one of our favorite artists and friends, Hilary Pecis, who is opening "Crash" at Park Life in San Francisco on Friday, April 18th. Pecis first caught our attention, and was featured in our print edition, for her amazing mixed-media collages that featured found imagery on the web. For "Crash" Hilary Pecis presents a series of collages composed of large scale photos of high profile NASCSAR crash scenes that were cut up and reassembled in order to present a reinterpretation of the events.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, March 18, 2014
Sometimes the best part about skate deck art is when an unexpected artist get the right graphic created. I wouldn't think of British artist David Shrigley to be one of the skate graphic types, but his fantastic "Politicians Make Me Sick" deck for our friends at Park Life in San Francisco works just right. Made in a limited quantity of 150, the deck is going for $125 on the Park Life site.
Juxtapoz // Friday, September 20, 2013
If you are in San Francisco tonight (Sept 20), definitely go over to Park Life and check out the Philadelphia-based, Amsterdam born artist, printmaker, and illustrator Amze Emmons' show, Close Wilderness. The show features contributions from Anni Altshuler, Glen Baldridge, Matt Furie, Michael Krueger, Nathan Haenlein, R.L. Tillman, Nathaniel Parsons, and Imin Yeh.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Former Green Party Vice-Presidential candidate/ former president of the SF Board of Supervisors and good friend of Juxtapoz magazine, Matt Gonzalez, will open a solo show, Things I Didn't Know I Loved at Park Life in San Francisco this Friday, June 28th. Gonzlaez primarily works in collage, and has shown around SF and interviewed various artists that we have covered over the years, including Barry McGee, Andrew Schoultz, Eva Hesse, and most recently in Juxtapoz, an interview with Berkeley-based politcal cartoonist, Guy Colwell.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 29, 2012
When we featured Evah Fan in the magazine back in October 2010, she was living in Stockholm, Sweden, making intricate illustrations that, and as Kristin Farr wrote at the time, were "unintentionally puzzling." Now back living in Oakland, California, perhaps things will get more puzzling or clear as Fan is set to open What Have You at Park Life in San Francisco on August 31.
Juxtapoz // Monday, May 21, 2012
San Francisco was on the art beat this weekend with 3 different art fairs to attend, and Friday afternoon we made our way to artMRKT, the most internationally represented fair of the trio. From Park Life, to LeBasee, to Daniel Horowitz' fantastic collection of collage and drawings at Muriel Guepin's booth, this year's showing was also SF's most eclectic.