Opening: Richard Jackson "Ain't Painting A Pain" @ OCMA, Newport Beach

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Richard Jackson surveys the scene at his February 16th opening at the Orange County Museum of Art, comfortable in immaculate Vans and impeccably unpressed khakis, looking typically bemused. And why not? Museum goers enter the building, which is graced and disgraced by his 28-foot Bad Dog puppy who mistakes it for a fire hydrant and ushers the tone of this irreverent and important show.

"Bad Dog" sculpture outside OCMA by Richard Jackson

Street Art // Sunday, February 17, 2013
A giant black Labrador is currently peeing yellow paint onto a wall outside the Orange County Museum of Art. The sculpture created by 73-year-old artist, Richard Jackson, is part of his retrospective exhibition “Ain’t Painting a Pain” which is on view until May 5, 2013. Jackson was recently featured in our February 2013 printed issue of Juxtapoz. Remember his show “The Little Girl’s Room” a few years back that was quote the spectacle?

Issue Preview: February 2013 w/ James Jean, Matthew Barney, and Lance Mountain

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 07, 2013
Today, we announce our February 2013 issue, featuring our old friend James Jean, who is set to open a new body of work at Jack Tilton Gallery in NYC on January 9, 2013. February 2013 also features our very special (and limited edition cover, more on that tomorrow) project with famed artist Matthew Barney and skateboard legend Lance Mountain. We document Mountain's ride on a Barney-designed skate deck (part of the Drawing Restraint 19 series), at the Ride It Sculpture Park in Detroit as part of Juxtapoz ongoing collaboration with Power House Productions.

Richard Jackson's "The LIttle Girl's Room" @ David Kordansky Gallery, LA

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 15, 2011
Running until October 20th is Richard Jackson's The Little Girl's Room at David Kordansky Gallery. The show is Jackson's first solo show in Los Angeles in 20 years. Jackson, if you are not yet familiar, is known for his innovation and experimentation within painting.

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