Juxtapoz // Tuesday, April 01, 2014
We are just getting your calendars prepped for your mid-April exhibition schedule, and Shepard Fairey's "50 Shades of Black" should be checked out. The show is Shepard's third installment of his album cover series, and the 50 Shades of Black show is back on Fairey’s home turf of Los Angeles and the opening night event will include a performance by legendary DJ Z-Trip, who created the soundtrack to Fairey’s Sound & Vision show at Stolenspace in London.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, January 30, 2014
Last weekend we stopped by Subliminal Projects for the opening reception of “Avenues & Alleyways” the first solo exhibition by legendary musician and artist Tim Armstrong (you may know him from bands such as Operation Ivy and Rancid). Photos and more after the jump.
Music // Tuesday, January 14, 2014
SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS is proud to present the first ever solo show by musician, songwriter, and artist Tim Armstrong (Operation Ivy, Rancid, The Transplants), featuring never before seen artwork. The raw, hard-edged spontaneity in Armstrong’s art mirrors his approach to music making, exemplifying a “passion is more important than precision” aesthetic that speaks to the creative rebellion dwelling inside us all.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, December 18, 2013
This past weekend we stopped by Subliminal Projects for the opening of S.I.D (Superman Is Dead), a collaboration between Dennis Morris and Shepard Fairey. The show will feature collaborative paintings, photographs and prints of, and inspired by, Sid Vicious’ tenure as the Sex Pistols’ bassist. Photos and more after the jump…
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 03, 2013
A little something special for the post-Basel, pre-Christmas and New Year cheer in the art world will be going down in Los Angeles at Subliminal Projects on December 19, 2013. Shepard Fairey and photographer Dennis Morris have collaborated on a series of paintings, prints and photographs in "SID: Superman Is Dead," work created around the Sex Pistols and legendary bassist Sid Vicious. An installation of a hotel room Sid destroyed after a night of drinks, drugs, and depression in 1977 will also be on view.
Music // Friday, November 01, 2013
This past Wednesday, Juxtapoz attended a special benefit and auction hosted by Flea and Anthony Kiedis, all to benefit the Los Angeles area Silverlake Conservatory of Music. Past Juxtapoz featured artists Thomas Campbell, Retna, Shepard Fairey, Gus Van Sant, Ed Ruscha, and many more were in attendance, with art up for auction to support the school as well. To make it even better, Neil Young and the Red Hot Chili Peppers performed. All and all... a good cause and good night. Here are some of the shots...
Juxtapoz // Monday, August 05, 2013
Jonathan LeVine Gallery is pleased to present 10 Years of Wooster Collective 2003—2013, a group exhibition curated by Marc & Sara Schiller, featuring works and site-specific installations by over fifty local and international artists in a temporary space located at: 525 West 22nd Street in Chelsea. In conjunction with the exhibition, a number of participating artists will create public murals at various locations in Brooklyn.
Juxtapoz // Sunday, March 10, 2013
One of our favorite booths from the entire weekend of fairs in NYC was the Pace Prints booth at The Armory Show's Modern Fair. Pace featured works from Keith Haring, Wangechi Mutu, Shepard Fairey, Erik Parker, Ryan McGinness, Yoshitomo Nara, Hockney, and Chuck Close.
Street Art // Monday, February 04, 2013
In this new video by MTN Colors, Shepard Fairey confesses his adoration for the paint MTN Colors creates and why he chooses to use nothing else for his work inside and outside. The artist is interviewed in his massive Los Angeles-based studio named “Studio No. 2.”
Street Art // Tuesday, January 29, 2013
Our current February printed issue features an insightful and inspiring look at the work of photographer Aaron Huey, including discussion of his ongoing project documenting the life of the Lakota people on the Pine Ridge Reservation in South Dakota. Over the last seven years, Huey had been compiling images from the reservation, a place of intense poverty, violence, and suffering.