Dice Sculptures by Tony Cragg

Juxtapoz // Saturday, November 05, 2011
These sculptures would be impressive even if the material wasn't dice. The Liverpool-born Tony Cragg creates these impressive dice sculptures that weave and exist fluidly as if they were created digitially. They have a life to them.

AJ Fosik "Time Kills All Gods" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 31, 2011
Last weekend we attending the opening of Portland-based AJ Fosik's second solo show at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC, Time Kills All Gods. The exhibition featured Fosik's signature and evolving sculptural work, with each wood piece being a 100% locally sourced, sustainably grown Oregon lumber with all parts manufactured in the USA.

Otherworldly Sculptures by Benjamin Phelan

Juxtapoz // Saturday, October 29, 2011
Benjamin Phelan is a Brooklyn-based artist and a Rhode Island School of Design graduate. His sculptures create strange forms out of styrofoam, resin, wood, enamel, and other materials that bring to mind some psychedelic hybrid of Lynda Benglis and Yayoi Kusama.

Kim Keever @ David B Smith Gallery

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 28, 2011
We saw a lot of art here at the magazine each day, but occasionally you get stopped in your tracks, and Kim Keever's work just did that to us. Currently showing at David B Smith Gallery in Denver, Keever shoots large-scale photographs of incredibly detailed topographies in a 200-gallon tank, which is then filled with water.

In Street Art: Very Hungry God

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 24, 2011
Back in 2006, New Dehli-based artist, Subodh Gupta created the following piece titled “Very Hungry God.” Constructed of Stainless steel kitchen utensils in reaction to reports that French soup-kitchens were using pork as an ingredient to deter Muslims from partaking in the meals.

In Erotica: Lovers From the Hereafter by Jean-Marc Laroche

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 23, 2011
French sculpter Jean-Marc Laroche has carefully crafted life-sized skeletons out of varnished resin, held together in ecstaticly sensuous positions by an invisible steel framework for his new installation up at the Museum of Sex in New York City. The show “Les Amants du Néant,” or “Lovers from the Hereafter,” will run through November 4th.

Metalmorphosis by David ?erný

Juxtapoz // Sunday, October 23, 2011
Metalmorphosis is a moving, mirrored fountain and 14-ton sculpture in Charlotte, North Carolina by Czech artist David ?erný. The steel layers of the sculpture rotate and at time, align to create a coherent and massive head. And it has a webcam aimed at it. We just showed you Cerny's gun installation in Prague this past week...

Junk Landscapes by Tom Deininger

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 20, 2011
Tom Deininger creates landscape junk assemblages, idealistic landscapes constructed with various junk materials. If you look closely at this Monet recreation, it is constructed with various toys, plastics, and pieces of literal junk.

In Street Art: Google Headquarters' Sculpture Park

Juxtapoz // Monday, October 17, 2011
Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, Ca has been collecting a variety of unique sculptures over the years. The most recent addition is an Ice Cream Sandwich character to celebrate the unveiling of their next operating system, known as Android Ice Cream Sandwich.

Paper Sculptures by Anna-Wili Highfield

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 14, 2011
We are not sure what you do with your torn paper, but we are not able to make a sculpture this detailed and well-done like Anna-Wili Highfield and her bird series. In fact, we can barely bird watch, and we want to be like Jonathan Franzen and be able to bird watch. So we will just watch these torn-paper bird sculptures instead.


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