Richard Hambleton: A Retrospective NYC Opening Recap

Juxtapoz // Sunday, September 18, 2011
Richard Hambleton: A Retrospective presented by Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld and Andy Valmorbida, in collaboration with Giorgio Armani and Phillips de Pury & Company, opened last week in New York City to an all-star, international crowd of over 2000 celebrating the final stop of the international tour.

Welcome July 2010 with Os Gemeos and New Juxtapoz Subscription Offers

Juxtapoz // Saturday, June 26, 2010
This July, our newest issue features Brazilian twins Os Gemeos on our cover. Along with the new issue comes along a set of great deals, including a free trial to our digital subscription, tee-shirt offers, and more.

July 2010 with Os Gemeos

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 22, 2010
In case you haven’t noticed, July arrives next week and with it our newest issue featuring Brazilian twins Os Gemeos. Inside, we also feature a collection of more talented individuals.

Richard Hambleton: The Second Coming

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 05, 2010
“'Unsung godfather' and last living contemporary of Keith Haring, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Andy Warhol—New York City's 1980s original art heroes—Richard Hambleton has risen again,” writes Juxtapoz' Erin Dyer. “Much to my, and the public's (past and present included), liking.” Read More...  

Art Auction to Benefit Stoked Mentoring

Juxtapoz // Thursday, April 03, 2008
It’s tough to come up with something cooler than gathering some of the hottest contemporary artwork to benefit at-risk youth. The people at Stoked Mentoring have once again partnered with the prestigious Milk Gallery in Manhattan for their benefit art auction on Saturday, April 5th. Stoked brings together at-risk youth and successful adults to learn a new non-traditional sport like surfing, skateboarding, or snowboarding. These sports serve as the groundwork and means for enhancing mentoring relationships and introducing life skills that elicit the best from both parties. Stoked is partnering with a prized selection of contemporary artists for the second year to auction their work to benefit the organization and its programs. This year’s contributing artists include: Tom Sachs, Barry McGee, David Hockney, Francesco Clemente, Richard Hambleton, Kenzo Minami, William Wegman, Howard Schatz, Swoon, Kehinde Wiley, Danielle Mailer (shown: Downward Dog, 2006 Courtesy of the artist) Michael Dweck, Phil Frost, Russell Young, Emilio Perez and many other contemporary greats. Details at www.stokedmentoring.org.

Art Auction to Benefit Stoked Mentoring

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 25, 2008
Stoked Mentoring has once again partnered with the prestigious Milk Gallery in Manhattan for their benefit art auction on Saturday, April 5th. Stoked is a non-profit organization with the mission of developing “Successful Teens with Opportunity, Knowledge, Experience and Determination” through action sports, mentoring, and life coaching. Stoked brings together at-risk youth and successful adults to learn a new non-traditional sport like surfing, skateboarding, or snowboarding. Stoked is partnering with a prized selection of contemporary artists for the third year to auction their work to benefit the organization and its programs. This year’s contributing artists include Tom Sachs, Barry McGee, Francesco Clemente, Richard Hambleton (whose work to be auctioned is shown,) Kenzo Minami, William Wegman, Howard Schatz, Swoon, Kehinde Wiley, Danielle Mailer, Michael Dweck, Phil Frost, Russell Young, Emilio Perez and other contemporary greats. Past contributions have included Andy Warhol, Jeff Koons, Alex Katz, and Julian Schnabel. This year, Stoked is expanding its relationship with the arts into its mentoring programs and partnering with MoMA’s High School Education Department for a skate deck painting workshop. Knowing great programs like this are taking place to benefit of youth makes us feel all warm and fuzzy inside! Take a peek at their website for details. Image courtesy: Richard Hambleton, Gang of Four (1-4), 2005, Courtesy of Woodward Gallery, NYC

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