Bonus Coverage: Andrew Schoultz for March 2012 Juxtapoz

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 05, 2012
San Francisco-based fine artist Andrew Schoultz is the cover artist of our current March 2012 issue, where he discussed his history with San Francisco murals, his attention toward repetition, and his recent exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art alongside Paul Klee. We have a few excerpts from SFMoMA John Zarobell's conversation with Schoultz that didn't make it into the print edition...

Swoon: Back In San Francisco's Mission District

Juxtapoz // Monday, March 05, 2012
Last Friday, Juxtapoz went and checked out the new Swoon piece that had been placed at 24th and Hampshire in San Francisco's Mission District. An older, ornate, beautiful Swoon wheatpaste from years ago was unexpectedly removed months back, and after much conversation and speaking with the building owner and Swoon, a new piece has been added to the neighborhood at the same location. Watch the video after the jump . . .

"Soft and Wet" @ Ever Gold Gallery

Juxtapoz // Friday, March 02, 2012
Photographer Sandy Kim opens a new show tomorrow night titled Soft and Wet at Ever Gold Gallery in San Francisco.  The gallery describes the artist's works as, “Perspective, honesty, and lack of filter reflects on Sandy Kim’s feelings on the surreal microcosm of her life..."


Juxtapoz // Friday, March 02, 2012
On Friday, March 2, Queens Nails Project in San Francisco will be hosting another installment from their ongoing public programming for Assed Out and the Mini Dramas.  Conceptualized by Andrew McClintock and Guy Overfelt, the night’s activities include free pool, live music, and cold PBR. It’s currently happening right now until 10 p.m. Live music at 8 p.m. Go!

Manifest Destiny in San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 26, 2012
Mark Reigelman and Jenny Chapman’s Manifest Destiny! was a temporary cabin placed on the side of a building in the crammed downtown area of San Francisco. The project is a "is both homage to the romantic spirit of the Western Myth and a commentary on the arrogance of Westward expansion."

Classic Grey in San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 23, 2012
Before San Francisco was mostly wiped heavily of its grimey aspects, boats decorated with the name Grey sat sideways in the bay. Throwback from the mid '90s.

Preview: Amy Casey "Building Toward a Solid Ground" @ Michael Rosenthal. SF

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 21, 2012
Amy Casey, who is quickly becoming one of our favorites, will be opening a new body of work, Building Toward A Solid Ground, at San Francisco's Michael Rosenthal Gallery this Saturday, February 25. Talking about the tiny universes and rows of homes that exist in her acrylic works, Casey says, "I like to think about how communities work - from small towns to a world community - how we depend on each other to create civilization..."

Die Antwoord Installation @ FIFTY24SF Gallery, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 19, 2012
Fresh off an incredible music video directed by leading contemporary artist Roger Ballen, South African artists and musical group Die Antwoord will be having a one-night installation at San Francisco's Upper Playground/FIFTY24SF Gallery this Wednesday, February 22. The one-night installation will also see a presentation of Die Antwoord's new vinyl art piece, Evil Boy.

Matthew Palladino "Sweet Relief" @ Eli Ridgway, San Francisco

Juxtapoz // Monday, February 13, 2012
Matthew Palladino, the San Francisco-based artist who has seen much success over the past few years, just opened a new body of work, Sweet Relief, at Eli Ridgway Gallery in SF this past weekend. Normally creating work in a unique, flat aesthetic, Pallandino's new work features enamel coated plaster casts made from commercial chocolate molds. A gif to explain is after the jump . . .

Feature: A conversation with Kyle Ranson

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 24, 2012
Imagine some anime character charging his ki as waves of plasma vaporize everything in a fifty foot radius. Throw in a Post-Impressionist sensibility and few cues from underground comics and you'll have Kyle Ranson's explosive brand of portraiture. Since his arrival in the 1990s, this former East Coaster has made himself, and his work, right at home in the Bay Area. We recently sat down to chat about volcanoes, embryonic goo, and R. Crumb.


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