Works by Kevin Francis Gray

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 26, 2012
Kevin Francis Gray is a London-based artist hailing from Northern Ireland. His works utilize bronze casts and automotive paint to create clean and strange works such as this one below titled Hand Job (2007), using bodily forms as metaphor for metaphysical introspection.

The Eerie Mixed-Media Sculptures of Patricia Piccinini

Juxtapoz // Sunday, February 19, 2012
Having this job, you are presented really interesting artwork that expands your mind and makes you appreciate what the creative world is producing at any given time. Rarely have I been more blown away and/or in awe in seeing the mixed-media sculptures of Australia's Patricia Piccinini. Perhaps even disturbed. In a good way.

Hand-Cut Paper Sculptures by Jen Stark

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 15, 2012
One of our current favorite artists is Miami-based Jen Stark, currently featured in a 14-page interview and spotlight in the March 2012 issue of Juxtapoz. Some of our favorite work from Stark are her hand-cut paper sculptures, some that seem to almost explode and permeate off a wall, or create an illusion that the works descend deep into a tunnel of color within the gallery's walls. Stark's work is stunning to see in person.

Rammellzee "The Equation: The Letter Racers" @ Suzanne Geiss Company, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, February 09, 2012
One of the most fascinating artists to come out of the hip-hop and graffiti movements in the 1980s, as well as the highlight of MOCA's 2011 Art In the Streets and our issue done in conjunction was the late Rammellzee, a true visual and musical pioneer. Starting March 9, the artist's The Letter Racers sculptures will be on view in NYC for the first time.

Sleeping Hermaphrodite, Black Marble Sculpture by Barry X Ball

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, February 07, 2012
Looking through some morning art news and sites, we came across this incredible Sleeping Hermaphrodite sculpture by NY-based Barry X Ball, a 68-1/8 x 35-1/2 sculpture made of Belgian black marble. The way Ball captures the ruffle of the sheet and the cushion are quite stunning in our book.

Gino de Dominicis' 28-meter Long Skeleton

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 30, 2012
In 2007, Gino de Dominicis' 28-meter long skeleton sculpture, Calamita Cosmica, was placed in the heavily trafficked Palazzo Reale in Milan, Italy. We were looking back in our archives if we ever posted this, and it looks like we hadn't. And it is never too late to show you a 28-meter long skeleton.

Melted Plastic Sculptures by Stefan Gross

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Currently on display at Harlan Levey Gallery in Brussels, Stefan Gross has a body of work called Sustainable Trash, featuring a series of melted plastic sculptures. Gross works with "found objects, rescued toys, and childhood memories: the furniture that surrounds us and traditions we hold dear, to recreate a familiar world in wondrous way."

Foot Fetish Sculptures by Gwen Murphy

Juxtapoz // Friday, January 20, 2012
We do like the outsider art, and Gwen Murphy's Foot Fetish sculpture series is some of the more bizarre but great artwork you are going to see involving feet. With a MFA  Sculpture from Boston University College of Fine Arts, Murphy transforms footwear into personalities and creatures of expression.

The Paper Torso by Horst Kiechle

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 16, 2012
We have seen this piece circulate over the past few days, and we love it. Austrian artist and architect Horst Kiechle created the Paper Torso, made with removable organs. The artist designed the piece for the Science Lab of the International School Nadi in Nadi, Fiji Islands.

Paper Cities by Matthew Picton

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Matthew Picton creates aerial viewed paper sculpture maps of various international cities and specific historical moments, using books pages or film stills that represent that given moment that defines the city. For instance, he created an aerial view of Dallas with film stills that show JFK's route the day he was assassinated. Picton has an exhibition at Christopher Henry Gallery in Manhattan through January 29, 2012.


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