Photos: Deth P Sun/Joe Brook/111 Minna

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 17, 2007
Contributing Juxtapoz news writer Brad Martin made his way around San Francisco this past Saturday, September 15th, and brings us a photoblog of his stops at from Deth P. Sun's show The Sand and The Stars at Giant Robot, Joe Brook at Gamma Lab, and the IGNITE WHAT'S NEXT tour stop at 111 Minna, which was also the Juxtapoz Get Exposed event.

Art Openings September 14th and 15th

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2007
Hey remember last week when there were a million art shows? This weekend there are only about half that. After the jump, our short list.

Day 5: A Day At The Beach

Juxtapoz // Friday, September 14, 2007
Dave Choe and Saber decided to hit the beaches of Santa Cruz for a little downtime before heading to Sacramento. After a bit of sand drawing, they made a brief pit-stop at Dave Choe's pad where he shared one of his more controversial household items - a phallic phone - and then took everyone for a spin in his new car. The guys are in Berkeley today with Retna at the brand new Upper Playground store and will be hanging out tonight at Radio Bar in Oakland, starting about 8:30. Tomorrow, Saturday, September 15th, they'll be at the Upper Playground mothership during the day in the Lower Haight, San Francisco and joining Juxtapoz' Get Exposed party at 111 Minna for the night. Click for photos and video of playtime in Santa Cruz and details on the next stops of the Sparks IGNITE WHAT'S NEXT art tour.

Preview: David Hochbaum

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 11, 2007
We got a few images as a preview to David Hochbaum's solo show, To The Winds, which opens at Corey Helford Gallery in Culver City, California this coming weekend, on Saturday, September 15th at 7pm.

Photos: Todd Bratrud "Half Assed"

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 09, 2007
Photos from Half Assed, Todd Bratrud's solo show at Fifty24SF in San Francisco, CA. The exhibit opened Thursday, September 6th. Isaac McKay-Randozzi brings us another set of delightful photos and a mini-review of the show.

David MacDowell joins AMF Gallery & Thinkspace

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 04, 2007
Some say artist David MacDowell is bringing back the spirit of the original lowbrow painters through his work, while adding his own unique voice to the mix. Whether this is true or not, MacDowell definitely has something and people are starting to notice. MacDowell (originally seen in Juxtapoz Reader Art 06 August 07) has signed on with AMF Gallery in NYC, hoping to expose his work to a wider audience. Concurrently, MacDowell has signed on with Thinkspace Gallery in LA for a solo in their project room in 2009. With several group shows already being planned in the meantime, MacDowell seems to be well on his way. "I saw this strange mix of lowbrow tradition and comically rendered celebrities, and I knew I had found something special," said Andrew Michael Ford of AMF Gallery. "I decided work with him after seeing him in the Juxtapoz Reader Art. His work has already begun to sell and garner some major interest." For more information, you can contact AMF Gallery and/or Thinkspace Gallery. {moscomment}

Art:21 - Season Four

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, September 04, 2007
PBS's award-winning series Art:21's new season premieres October 28th and November 4th, 11th, & 18th at 10 PM (EST) on PBS. Check local listings for air dates & times, and visit local exhibitions by Season 4 artists in your area. The 17 featured artists demonstrate the breadth of artistic practice in the United States today. Each one-hour program is loosely organized around a theme—Romance, Protest, Ecology, and Paradox—that can help audiences analyze, compare and juxtapose the artists profiled. Previews of this series are now online at {moscomment}

Heavy Metal Fun Time Activity Book

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 02, 2007
These days a lot of the headbangers and thrashers out there are reaching an age where they're starting to have kids. This poses an interesting conundrum: how do you get your kids into metal? The answer is finally here in the form of the Heavy Metal Fun Time Activity Book. Now you can introduce your little ones to the mark of the beast in a way that's fun for the whole family! Now you can spend quality time with your kids coloring Danzig or learning to spell with the Black Metal word scramble. There's even a heavy metal Sudoku for mom and dad (it's all 6's). The book comes rife with all the darkness and anger that you've come to know and love and are ready to pass on to the next generation of lot-rocker. It comes to us from Aye Jay, the accomplished author of The Gangsta Rap Coloring Book, and is available from Last Gasp Books. Get yours now before your three year old starts getting into Kenny G. {moscomment}

Daryll Peirce "Gets Exposed"

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 27, 2007
Get Exposed! winner Daryll Peirce sent us a link to his photos from the Suite Jesus Gets Exposed party that we held on Friday, August 17th at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco. Thanks Daryll! {moscomment}

Double Vision: Jon Huck / Day 19: Polaroid Project

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 24, 2007
Continuing in our odd fascination with photo series of two juxtaposed images, we came across another photographer with a proclivity for duos. LA-based photog Jon Huck has two great sets of photos on his site that feature pairs. The first, "Breakfast," features headshots of various individuals combined with a shot of what they eat for breakfast. It's just one of those mundane facts about people that most of us never think of, but it can speak volumes about the kind of person they are. His second series is titled "Couples," and displays shots of 100 different couples who Jon was at least loosely acquainted with. He began the project with a cynical intent since the group of friends that he ran with all inter-dated but never stayed together very long. During the process, Huck realized that many of the couples really loved each other and the focus of the work took on a different feel. The strange thing is that several of the couples share a lot of the same facial features. Are we basically attracted to others who look like ourselves or do we mutate over time? Maybe both! Another photo studio creating, beautiful, intimate portraits is Day 19 with their Polaroid Project. The team of Jeremy and Claire Weiss have been collecting shots of all the people in the world that they think are doing good, creative things. The rules are simple but strict, each person is shot once by Jeremy, once by Claire - no make-up, no special lighting, no retakes. You'll see some familiar faces and some not so familiar, but each picture provides a clear window into the personality of the subject. Wow, we just realized that this post is about two photo projects, so another double comes into play. Pairs are everywhere, man. It's eerie. {moscomment}


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