Shepard Fairey in Philly for Mural Arts' "Open Source"

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 04, 2015
Fairey’s new series centers on prison reform and mass incarceration, de-stigmatizing incarceration by highlighting the stories of people who have returned from prison and become integral members of society.

Saner: Fragments of the Soul in Philadelphia

Street Art // Wednesday, October 21, 2015
Recently Edgar 'Saner' Flores presented "Fragments of The Soul" at Philadelphia's Magic Gardens Galleries and he transformed it into his mythological playground.

"Subsidized Starvation" and "Intersections" @ Paradigm Gallery

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, September 23, 2015
Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia is presenting two brand new exhibitions this week. On Thursday, September 24th, Abby Elizabeth opens "Subsidized Starvation" and on Friday, Joe Boruchow and Kid Hazo will open "Intersections."

MOMO for Philadelphia's Mural Arts Program

Street Art // Tuesday, September 15, 2015
MOMO has been spending a lot of time in Philadelphia lately, where he is working with the City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program on two bold new murals as part of their Open Source exhibition. MOMO’s first Philly mural is already done, and MOMO starts on the second wall later this month, a 27-story canvas in the heart of the city. You may remember hearing about Open Source when a JR mural went up in Philadelphia earlier this yearas part of the same exhibition.

Opening: Luke O'Sullivan "Cool Shelter" @ Paradigm Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 18, 2015
Familiar buildings, defined by their purpose, with vibrant worlds to discover below. Philosophers to city dwellers explore their shelters underneath of our day to day. Discover the worlds of Luke O'Sullivan's "Cool Shelter," now on view at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia.

JR's Latest Photomural on Immigration

Street Art // Thursday, July 30, 2015
We wanted to share the latest mural by JR, part of Philadelphia's Mural Arts Program’s Open Source project, which is a series of installations in public space which call attention to various social issues. This mural, called Migrants, Ibrahim, Mingora – Philadelphia, is an exploration of immigration. Ibrahim Shaw, the subject of the work, grew up and studied at a university in Pakistan, then came to Philadelphia to work in his uncle’s food truck. 

Hannah Stouffer & Hilary White "Ingress Egress" @ Paradigm Gallery

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, July 21, 2015
This Friday, July 24th Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia will be presenting Ingress/Egress, an exhibition by Hannah Stouffer and Hilary White. Ingress/Egres slightly balances its journey in a space created of compressed experiences, a meditative dialogue of depth and transcendence.

Kelly Franklin & Carol Jarvis "Poor Richard" @ Paradigm Gallery, PA

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 25, 2015
This Friday, June 26th, Paradigm Gallery + Studio will present "Poor Richard," collaborative works by Kelly P. Franklin and Carol P. Jarvis featuring artwork inspired by the witty and mostly timeless phrases of Benjamin Franklin under his "Poor Richard" pseudonym from his famous almanacs of the 1700s.

Kelly Kozma "Confetti Crackle Pop" @ Paradigm Gallery, Philadelphia

Juxtapoz // Friday, June 05, 2015
"Confetti Crackle Pop," works by Kelly Kozma now on display at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia, features an array of mixed media techniques, including hand embroidery, painting, and collage, creating a body of work that shows the growth and transition that occurs in the passing of time. With every individual stitch made, knot tied or circle punched, a new notch is added to my timeline. Because of the meticulous nature and time consuming aspect involved in developing each piece, it feels as though time is physically being marked

Nicomi Nix Turner “No God for a Wanderer" @ Paradigm Gallery, Philadelphia

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Nicomi Nix Turner is an artist we have had our eye on for a bit now, and we are happy to see her new body of work, "No God for a Wanderer" at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia on April 24—June 6, 2015. As we just learned, Turner was raised in the Pacific Northwest (Southern Oregon to be exact), and her illustrations that connect both nature and human reflect this "understanding of the perfection in nature."
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