Morgan Slade—COMPANY KILLERS at Shooting Gallery this Saturday

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 05, 2011
Los Angeles-based artist Morgan Slade will be showing at Shooting Gallery in San Francisco starting this Saturday, January 8th with a nicely titled Company Killers. The show will featuere 10-12 mixed-media pieces around the themes of consumerism in relation to "communication and to our identification of the self or the group." With a name like Company Killers, you knd of have to go at consumerism head-on. Images after the jump . . .

Dan Witz at White Walls SF this Saturday

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, January 04, 2011
Pioneering street and fine artist Dan Witz will be showing What The %$#@? (WTF) at White Walls Gallery in San Francisco this Saturday, January 8, 2011. The Brooklyn-based Witz will be making his debut in San Francisco, and will present his Dark Doings series, both inside the White Walls as well as on the streets of SF. More information and video after the jump . . .

Preview of NOTHING TO SAY at Guerrero Gallery

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 03, 2011
A good way to start the year is by the group show method, as is the case with a great line-up at Guerrero Gallery for Nothing To Say. The show will feature works by Caleb Neelon, Alex Lukas, Wes Lang, Kelsey Brookes, Mike Davis, Matt Leines, Mark Mulroney, Alekis Mackenzie, Jim Houser, Larry Mullins, Brett Cook, and a lot more, almost too many to name here. More images and previews after the jump . . .

Never Heard Of Yah: Hamburger Eyes Photo Epicenter Visit

Juxtapoz // Friday, December 24, 2010
Besides producing one of the best photography magazines around, Hamburger Eyes founder Ray Potes runs Photo Epicenter, a full-service, professional darkroom facility. Photo Epicenter provides custom printing and offers monthly memberships for 7-days-a-week access to one b/w and two color darkrooms. Here are some photos of a recent visit to the lab, located in the heart of San Francisco's Mission District.  

Never Heard Of Yah: Serena Mitnik-Miller Studio visit

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 15, 2010
On a cold and rainy day I rode the train to the beach to see Serena Mitnik-Miller.  Serena's studio rests behind her retail store, The General Store, in the Sunset District of San Francisco.  I've always admired people who can successfully operate a business and actively pursue their creative outlet.  Serena has a great feature in the most recent December 2010 of Juxtapoz.  This is what I saw.

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.


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