Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 05, 2013
Last night, Juxtapoz and Chandran Gallery opened a special exhibition, installation, and performance art piece at the Beach House in the Shore CLub South Beach, featuring works amazing installation and performace from Monica Canilao and Sorne, paintings by Jason Jagel, special beach robes and towels by Geoff McFetridge, poolside decor by Richard Colman, lobby installation by Andrew Schoultz, and pool floating canoe by all the artists.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 29, 2013
A few weekends back, we stopped by New Image Art to check out Richard Colman’s latest solo exhibition “Gone Tomorrow.” As always, Colman's work was a beautiful collection that addresses some of the darker subject matter of life, but done so with a brightness and abstraction that always grows and is perfected with each body of work. Photos and more after the jump..
Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 17, 2013
Our good friend and Detroit collaborator and all around great artist Richard Colman is always a busy man, and we can't wait to check out his new show this weeked, Gone Tomorrow, opening up at New Image Art Gallery in Los Angeles. From the looks of the preview, Colman has a few new tricks up his sleeve...
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 02, 2013
We recently stopped by Space 1520 for the opening of New Image’s Pop-Up Gallery, featuring works from a ton of Juxtapoz featured aritsts and friends including Date Farmers, Richard Colman, Cleon Peterson, Misha Hollenbach, David Ellis, Maya Hayuk, and more. The show closed and was open a week, but we captured a few looks of the space. Photos from the opening and more after the jump…
Street Art // Monday, September 16, 2013
Returning for its second year, the RVA Street Art Festival in Richmond, Va has invited a whole new round of artists, one of those being Richard Colman. The Chicago-based artist painted a surreal scene, including his signature hooded skull characters and a giant bear in the center. What is actually happening here, who knows, but we like what we are seeing.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Joshua Liner Gallery has moved spots in NYC to a street-level, 2,600-square-foot exhibition space located at 540 West 28th Street in the Chelsea Arts District. To kick off the opening of the new space, the gallery will open a group show, Direct Address, this Thursday March 21 with a great roster of former Juxtapoz cover artists and features, as well as some new talent that we look forward to checking out. Swoon, Steve "ESPO" Powers, David Ellis, Evan Hecox, and Jean-Pierre Roy are just a few names in the show....
Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 13, 2012
In conjunction with V1 Gallery's 10 year anniversary show, Tonight We Won't Be Bored, the Copenhagen-based gallery just released a series of editions that include Todd James, Richard Colman, Anika Lori, Andrè Saraiva (Mr A), Geoff McFetridge, and HuskMItNavn (Remember My Name). To us, V1 has one of the best programs of any of the galleries we cover, and we want to say congrats on 10 years of showing great artists, and here's to 10 more!
Juxtapoz // Friday, June 01, 2012
March 2012 cover artist, Andrew Schoultz, and past featured artist and collaborator on our Detroit project, Richard Colman, both opened bodies of new work in Destroyers at Cooper Cole in Toronto. We showed you a preview of Schoultz' mural this past week, and now we have looks at all the paintings in the show. Destroyers is the first time the San Francisco-based artists have shown in Canada.
Juxtapoz // Friday, May 25, 2012
Pedro Matos and the Ivory & Black Gallery in London are getting set for a strong group exhibition this June 15, with Juxtapoz stalwarts Andrew Schoultz, Cleon Peterson, James Jean, Ryan Travis Christian, and Richard Colman making up the Gin & Juice show. Good title, we think.
Juxtapoz // Monday, April 02, 2012
Last week, March 2012 cover artist Andrew Schoultz and former Juxtapoz featured artist and Detroit project artist, Richard Colman, opened the exhibition, To Be Announced at Copenhagen's V1 Gallery. As we see in the photos, both Colman and Schoultz created site-specific murals and installations to accompany their bodies of work.