Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 10, 2015
We always like a show like this. Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle has asked some of their regularly exhibited artists to show new works alongside artists that they themselves like and are inspired by. The result is a great way to learn about the thinking of the artists you like and collect, and also find a new group of artists to check out.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, December 09, 2014
Stacey Rozich just opened a new body of work, "Shrine," at Roq La Rue Gallery in Seattle last weekend, and as we catch up on the post-Basel madness, this was one show that stood out. In the new body of work, Rozich describes the the trappings and rituals of death, painting figures standing or laying near ornamental mausoleums and gravestones. They are joined by a cast of skeletal or animal demon spirits that comfort them, antagonize them, or stand guard as they begin their journey through death. Though they might be protective, they are also tricksters – dancing, drinking, and reveling in their non-corporeal existence in spite of ours.
Juxtapoz // Monday, July 08, 2013
Nothing says summer vacation like the French Riviera. But in the case of David Choe and Estevan Oriol, they much prefer to spend the summer in one of the hardest places in the world to get into: Afghanistan. For the August 2013 issue, we get an exclusive, Anderson Cooper 360 style report from Afghanistan from the journals of David Choe and photos of Estevan Oriol. We follow their trek through the mountains, palaces, jails, and neighborhoods that most of the world has yet to see in over a decade. And they brought paint.
Juxtapoz // Friday, July 05, 2013
Antler Gallery recently opened it doors in a new location last week, proudly featuring an amazing 3 person show with Allison Sommers, Stacey Rozich, and Morgaine Faye. Currently residing in; Brooklyn, Seattle, and Portland, the artists were chosen for the differences in their work as much as the similarities.
Juxtapoz // Friday, April 26, 2013
Kicking off the exhibition program at Roq La Rue's new Seattle space in Pioneer Square will be Stacey Rozich's Within Without Me. We have been showing Rozich's work on the site for a few years, but this show is noted for "a jump up from previous shows containing larger, more complex works rendered in her trademark mediums of watercolor and gouache, as well as a deeper, more profound exploration of contemporary global social political themes."
Illustration // Wednesday, January 25, 2012
The mysterious creatures and dark folk narratives of Stacey Rozich's illustrations pack a visceral punch, depicting an unfamiliar yet captivating mythology unique to Rozich's imagination, her clean lines and bold colors skillfully imbuing each illustration with its own self-contained story in the context of a larger mythos.
Illustration // Monday, January 09, 2012
Stacey Rozich is a Seattle-based Illustrator and Graphic Designer. Stacey studied Illustration at California College of the Arts as well as Design at Seattle Central Creative Academy. Her client list includes The FADER, The Stranger, K Records, Southern Lord, and more. She has also shown in galleries in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Milwaukee and Berlin.
Illustration // Monday, December 26, 2011
From Seattle-based illustrator Stacey Rozich and animators Sean Pecknold and Britta Johnson come this visually breathtaking and incredibly poignant music video, set to the Fleet Foxes' "The Shrine/An Argument," from their latest album Helplessness Blues.
Music // Monday, November 21, 2011
You have to love a band like Fleet Foxes, who release a critically acclaimed debut only to be just as solid on their sophomore effort. FF frontman Robin Pecknold's brother, Sean, just created this fantastic animation video for the epic track "The Shine/An Argument" off Fleet Foxes 2011 LP, Helplessness Blues. Great work. Stacey Rozich, whom we have profiled in the magazine before, did the character illustrations.
Street Art // Friday, August 26, 2011
We recently received the newest issue of King Brown Magazine in the mail and were quite impressed by the overall quality of this publication. Based in Australia, this 104-page magazine contains no ads and is thoughtfully curated, showcasing contemporary artists from around the world...