Paper-stack Photos by Aleksandra Domanović

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 06, 2013
Berlin-based artist Aleksandra Domanović piles size A3 and A4 paper with photos printed on them in the 'border-less' print setting, coloring the ends of the paper and revealing an image when stacked! 

Tony Hawk @ Ride It Sculpture Park, Detroit

Juxtapoz // Tuesday, November 05, 2013
If you have followed Juxtapoz over the past 5 years, you know that we have been working closely with Power House Productions in Detroit to help build and sustain a creative-driven and influenced neighborhood in Detroit. We have worked with Swoon, Monica Canilao, RETNA, Ben Wolf, Richard Colman, Matthew Barney, Lance Mountain, Thrasher Magazine's Joe Brook, and the PHP team of Mitch Cope and Gina Reichart to keep more and more projects alive in the neighborhood where our 15th Anniversary benefit and auction helped fund the purchase of numerous homes... 

MICHAEL JOHANSSON "Shades and Variables" @ Galleri Andersson/Sandström, Stockholm

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 01, 2013
This exhibition came down this past month in Stockholm, but we still had some great shots from Henrik Haven that he took of Michael Johansson's "Shades and Variables" at Galleri Andersson/Sandstrom. As the gallery notes, Johansson is "an installation artist obsessed with the investigation of spatial possibilities. Everyday objects are dismantled, re-organized and perfectly arranged into color-coordinated puzzles, filling out select voids of any dimension."

Sculptures Made From Wire by Seung Mo Park

Juxtapoz // Friday, November 01, 2013
We've previously posted Brooklyn-based Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park's incredible portraits made from wire. This morning we are equally if not more impressed by his sculptures constructed from aluminum wire. In this series, titled Human, Seung Mo bends and twists the wire in what seems to be an almost impossibly smooth and flawless fashion.

The Best of New York's Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 31, 2013
A 25-night-long Halloween event held in New York every year, the Great Jack O'Lantern Blaze produces some fantastic pumpkin carvings, carved pumpkin sculptures, and anything else involving pumpkins and spookiness! 

Paper Sculptures by Matt Shlian

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 30, 2013
As an artist working with paper and an engineer, Matt Shlian's work is rooted in print media, book arts and commercial design. He uses his engineering skills to create kinetic sculptures which lead to collaborations with scientists. Working on the nanoscale, Matt translates paper structures to micro folds. Beginning with a system of folding, the artists finds that at a particular moment the material takes over.

Book Sculptures by Thomas Wightman

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 25, 2013
This morning we take a look at the  book sculptures of Edinburgh, UK based graphic designer and artist Thomas Wightman. With titles like "Derailing my train of thought," the sculptures use metaphors to convey the effects of OCD on a person's life.

Adam Wallacavage "Magic Mountain" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 24, 2013
The last of the 3 exhibitions we saw this past Saturday night at Jonathan LeVine Gallery in NYC was longtime Juxtapoz photography contributor and sculpture artist, Adam Wallacavage. Magic Mountain is a mixture of Wallacavage's now famed mixed media chandeliers and sculpture works, as well as the artist's first limited-edition multiple.

"Damage Control: Art and Destruction Since 1950" @ Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C

Juxtapoz // Thursday, October 24, 2013
This looks to be a fantastic show, opening today in our nation's capital, with a special lecture this Saturday, October 26, featuring Yoko Ono and Raphael Montañez Ortiz, "participants in the original 1966 Destruction in Art Symposium; artist Monica Bonvicini; and art historian Dario Gamboni will explore the ways in which artists have used destruction as a means of responding to cultural and social issues."

Portraits Made from Thousands of Tiny Objects

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, October 23, 2013
London-based artist Joe Black's portrait of Barack Obama uses thousands of black and white toy soldiers. His other portraits use everything from small toys and chess pieces to nuts and bolts depending on the subject and the message he is trying to portray. The toy soldiers in the Obama piece, titled Shoot to Kill, "could indicate the ethos of good and evil, or right and wrong that is embedded in America's dealings with Eastern nations."

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