Daniera ter Haar & Christoph Brach are Raw Color

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 23, 2011
We found these raw vegetable combinations to be interesting just as color studies on their own. But as Daniera ter Haar & Christoph Brach explain their series, it is "a further examination on the visual structure of the vegetables. It also illustrate the mixing ratio of color card research." But just like beets and yellow peppers.

The Photography of Munich's Elizaveta Porodina

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Maybe we shouldn't be so impressed with an artist when we hear about their age, but the fact that Munich, Germany-based photographer Elizaveta Porodina is only 24-years old sort of blows our mind. There are some exquisite shots in here, with original compositions and dreamy scenarios that appear both to be fashion oriented with a bit of subconscious and sexual imagery. NSFW, a few "bare chest" shots after the jump.

Pave The Way @ The Vans DQM General, NYC

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 21, 2011
Juxtapoz is sponsoring a new exhibition of photographs presented by Vans at the new Vans DQM General store in NYC that opens on December 1, 2011. Pave the Way features the photography work of Mofo, C.R. Stecyk III, Lance Dawes, and Tobin Yelland. After all your Thanksgiving gatherings, you can get a little skate culture.

AND EVERY DAY WAS OVERCAST: a novel and photo essay by Paul Kwiatkowski

Juxtapoz // Monday, November 21, 2011
Sometimes art doesn't need to be beautiful, and sometimes beauty does not need to be seen in such a particular way. Either could be said when looking at AND EVERY DAY WAS OVERCAST by Paul Kwiatkowski.

Captivated Crowds by Mike Sinclair

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 17, 2011
These recent photographs by Mike Sinclair capture crowds of spectators, revealing an odd phenomenon of a voyeuristic viewpoint in which we watch the mass of people who is watching another, creating a doubly voyeuristic scenario.

The Confrontation of Things: A Photo Series by Katrina M. d'Autremont

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 16, 2011
Katrina M. d'Autremont is an American born photographer that has bounced back and forth between Argentina and the United States with parents from each of the countries. Her series The Confrontation of Things feels like a group of portraits of everyday items. The items feel used and worn, adding a tinge of sadness to their appearance.

Back Talk: A Conversation with KC Ortiz

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Journalist and fine art photographer, KC Ortiz, along with Pose, is set to open a show, White Wash, at Known Gallery in Los Angeles this Saturday, November 19. We last spoke with the Chicago-based Ortiz in a 14-page feature in our September 2010 issue, and today we have a small conversation about inspirations and the little things in life.

Wandering Comma: Ryan McGinley @ Alison Jacques Gallery, London

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Opening on November 24th is Wandering Comma by Ryan McGinley at Alison Jacques Gallery in London. The show will exhibit works that explore McGinley's signature styles of black and white, in studio portraits and vibrant, colorful outdoor "happenings" that embody youthful heathenism. The show will consist of seven 110 x 70" prints.

SAMO© Graffiti Shot by Henry Flynt Circa 1979

Juxtapoz // Sunday, November 13, 2011
Back in 1979, photographer Henry Flynt extensively documented the graffiti work of SAMO, the young teenage Jean-Michel Basquiat. Flynt's photographs go beyond simply capturing the work, but gasp their energy and significance as poetic vandalism scrawled  and integrated into the urban environment.

Jim Mangan's Color'd

Erotica // Sunday, November 13, 2011
Photographer Jim Mangan's newest photographic project “Color’d” presents a very contemporary answer to a theme that is as old as the mountains and as universal as sunshine. Shot in saturated instant film and grainy 35 mm film, “Color’d” is set among the high alpine lakes of northern Utah’s Uinta Mountains...

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