Feature: Blek le Rat interviews HUSH

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 18, 2010
  In conjunction with (and presented by)  White Walls Gallery of San Francisco, HUSH’s New York City exhibition Found opens tomorrow, November 19 in NYC at Angel Orensanz Foundation For Contemporary Art. In honor, we had legendary street artist Blek le Rat ask HUSH a few questions in regards to his 25 new mixed-media works and installation he will be presenting. Interview after the jump . . .

To do tonight: Tiffany Bozic in NYC, Ericailcane in SF

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 11, 2010
Just your friendly neighborhood reminder that two great shows are going on tonight on opposite ends of the coast: Tiffany Bozic's Confiding To Strangers at NYC's Joshua Liner Gallery (which has probably started by now, so get moving), and Ericailcane's We Were Living In the Woods at San Francsico's FIFTY24SF Gallery. Both will feature a lot of animals done with tremendous skill, but done so very differently. Details after the jump . . .

Here's 'Something Better' from Richard Colman

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 15, 2010
Richard Colman (Juxtapoz #116) is finishing up the installation portion for his solo, Something Better, opening tomorrow evening at Guerrero gallery. The show explores Colman’s ongoing artistic journey through a thoughtful exploration of past themes and styles, re-imagined in a fresh new landscape.

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.

Richard Colman: Keep Out the Light

Juxtapoz // Monday, May 10, 2010
Keep Out the Light is the next solo exhibition featuring new paintings, sculpture and site-specific installations by Richard Colman. Not only is Richard extremely innovative and talented, he’s also an exceeding down to earth guy.

Who Killed The Music Grammy Art Show Opens Tomorrow

Juxtapoz // Saturday, January 23, 2010
Who Killed The Music can be seen as a double entendre meaning who literally killed the music (industry) and who is killing it right now. Who Killed The Music (WKTM) is an art exhibition co-curated by performing artist will.i.am, artist Kris Lewis and David B. Smith opening tomorrow, January 24th, 2010 with some top artists involved.

Who Killed The Music

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 19, 2010
An upcoming exhibition, curated by master of pop culture Will.i.am, brings together visual artists to address the question: who killed the music?

JUXTAPOZ Issue #82 - NOVEMBER 2007

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 22, 2007
When an already declared legend has a big year, we like to give a little notice, hence Shepard Fairey gracing the cover of the November 2007 issue of Juxtapoz. And guess what! We got an exclusive never-before-seen cover and 18 pages of Obey magic. Shepard covers everything from the current state of his artwork to the future at hand for Obey Giant. Also featured in this issue: the fine artist and up-and-coming star Saelee Oh; former tattoo king turned fine illustrator Chris Conn Askew gets literary with Mike Giant; the king of the provocative, Terry Richardson, talks about stealing his roommates groceries and hallway escapades; and Australian duo Perks and Mini get weird and normal all in one story. November also sees a little Dave Ellis, Brent Rollins, Scott Caan, Shooting Gallery, Corey Arnold, Mario Wagner, Kelsey Brookes, and some new research into the Geneva Convention. [JUXTAPOZ Issue #82 - NOVEMBER 2007] On sale now.
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