Pattern Recognition with Seonna Hong, Nikki McClure, Richard Colman, Dalek, Souther Salazar

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 07, 2010
If you pay attention, you’ll notice the world is chock-full of patterns and repetition. Subliminal Projects has assembled a great new show entitled Pattern Recognition, a group exhibition of works by Seonna Hong, Nikki McClure, Richard Colman, Dalek, and Souther Salazar.

Photos from Power House Productions in Detroit as Artists Prepare Housing Restoration

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 30, 2010
“Power House Productions just sent us a few shots of some walls and various places we may see some art get placed as Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Auction and Benefit,” reports Evan Pricco. “Phase 2 kicks off in a few weeks from Detroit...”   Read More...  

Juxtapoz x Detroit Power House Productions Artist Line-Up Announced

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 25, 2010
We are happy to announce the 6 artists joining Power House Productions in Detroit to re-imagine the homes that we purchased from the Juxtapoz 15th Anniversary Benefit and Auction last Fall. We got some winners coming to Detroit.

Back Talk with Richard Colman

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 09, 2010
Where do you even start with a guy like Richard Colman (Juxtapoz #116)? Modest, intelligent, fun, passionate, and damn talented, Colman has earned international respect for his intense focus, refusing to bask in the glow of past accomplishments and instead using that energy to come back with yet an ever better body of work. You learned about him in his September 2010 feature interview, now hear what’s on his mind when he’s not only talking about his work.

Welcome, September 2010

Juxtapoz // Saturday, August 21, 2010
The September issue of Juxtapoz is kind of like the All-Star Game. You have Retna, Jeffrey Deitch, INSA, Richard Colman, KC Ortiz, Pose, Allyson Mellberg, and Jamie Caliri all in there just in time for back to school and back to work and whatever "fall" back things you have going on.

Cody Cochrane and the case of originality

Juxtapoz // Friday, August 20, 2010
We were looking through emerging artist profiles last night and came across the work of Cody Cochrane, a painter and illustrator living and working in Toronto. Then we noticed a lot of folks out there comparing her work to that of Richard Colman’s (who we have featured in our new September 2010 edition).

Early Taste of September 2010 from Juxtapoz with RETNA x INSA

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, August 17, 2010
We just got issues of our next September 2010 edition in and we must say, they’re pretty hot. RETNA graces the newsstand cover with a feature interview with MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch, while the subscriber cover features the powerful imagery of London’s INSA.

A Progress Report from Power House: Summer 2010, Detroit, Michigan

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, July 28, 2010
We just received a summer update from Power House, whom we raised money for during our 2009 15th Anniversary Benefit and Auction. This Fall we are sending artists [Richard Colman, Rene Almanza, Saelee Oh, Retna, Monica Canilao...] to Detroit to help paint, organize, and build in the neighborhood, and Power House has spent the past 6 months buying homes, and prepping the entire ongoing project.   Read More...  

Meeting Up with Richard Colman

Juxtapoz // Thursday, July 01, 2010
Richard Coleman is one unique, bizarre, talented person, but then again, aren't many good artists? “We have a little feature cooking with Richard right now, and he is also going to Detroit for our project with Power House later this Fall, so we had a lot of conversing to do.”   Read More...  

Can you ever have Too Much of a Good Thing: Power House at MOCAD

Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 03, 2010
Power House Project's Mitch and Gina, the group that Juxtapoz' 15th Anniversary Auction benefited and is in the midst of a major Juxtapoz collaboration on the ground in Detroit, are having an exhibition under their Design 99 name at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, called Too Much of a Good Thing. Read More...  

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