Feature: In Conversation with Parra

Juxtapoz // Monday, April 02, 2012
Last week, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened the new mural installation, Weirded Out, created site-specifically by Amsterdam artist, Parra. We caught up with Parra as the artist was finishing up the mural that stands on the museum's second landing, and discussed how his work has evolved since his March 2008 cover, working in black and white, and his first visit to SF.

Parra @ San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, February 08, 2012
Former Juxtapoz cover artist (March 2008), Dutch artist and designer Parra will be creating a site-specific mural at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art next month. The mural will be Parra's first US museum showing.

Francesca Woodman @ SFMoMA

Erotica // Wednesday, November 09, 2011
No sparkling sunrises in sight, the first Francesca Woodman retrospective had to unfold in the Fall when the haunting is subtle but pervasive. Slowly crumbling walls like falling  leaves are not swept away, but  form the soil from which many of her subjects take root Swathed in sepia, the black and white prints – save the large scale blueprints at the end of the exhibit - are surprisingly small, inviting  inspection and introspection.

Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective @ SFMoMA

Juxtapoz // Friday, October 14, 2011
We were lucky enough to attend the preview of Richard Serra Drawing: A Retrospective at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art this past week. Perhaps even more importantly, Mr. Serra, the San Francisco native, was in attendance at the preview, providing an illuminating context about his works and his origins in sculpture and drawing.

Texture Paintings by Tauba Auerbach

Juxtapoz // Saturday, September 03, 2011
Taura Auerbach is a young and successful San Francisco/New York-based artist, and also a Stanford graduate. And by successful we mean museum collections, one of the leading artists of her generation sort of successful. Auerbach's paintings create captivating textures on canvas, ie, flat canvases with these textures painted as an image.

Opening Photos: Paul Klee and Andrew Schoultz @ SFMoMA

Juxtapoz // Sunday, August 14, 2011
As we mentioned on the site the other day, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened a new exhibition this weekend, Images in Dialogue: Paul Klee and Andrew Schoultz. We have a photo essay by photographer Aeschleah DeMartino, following SF-based Schoultz around for a few days prior to the SFMoMA opening.

Images in Dialogue: Paul Klee and Andrew Schoultz @ San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Juxtapoz // Thursday, August 11, 2011
We are very excited to see San Francisco-based fine artist, Andrew Schoultz, who has been one of the mainstays in the contemporary art movement here in the Bay Area, will be opening a new exhibition at the SF Museum of Modern Art with Images in Dialogue: Paul Klee and Andrew Schoultz.

Paintings and works by Thomas Eggerer

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 08, 2011
We recently saw one of Thomas Eggerer's paintings at "The More Things Change" exhibition at the SFMoMA, and thoroughly enjoyed his colors and use of figurative and spacial abstraction. Here we have a brief survey of his work.

Don Ed Hardy for Juxtapoz June 2011 Issue

Tattoo // Wednesday, May 11, 2011
Juxtapoz is pleased to announce that Don Ed Hardy, the pioneering tattoo and fine artist, is both the newsstand and subscriber cover artist for our new June 2011 issue. We spoke with Hardy about his show at the Artists Gallery with SFMoMA on June 9, 2011, The Unruly Art of Don Ed Hardy.

2010 Favorites: Barry McGee Super8 Footage from SFMoMA by Creative Lives

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 29, 2010
We previewed Creative Lives Season 2 and contest yesterday on the site, and because it is the last week of 2010, we are looking through some of our favorite moments. We always liked the Super8 footage that was shot by Creative Lives while McGee was setting up the centerpiece installation of the SFMoMA's 75th Anniversary Show. Watch after the jump . . .
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