Juxtapoz // Friday, July 10, 2009
Get Over It featuring Steve Powers, Greg Lamarche, and Greg Gossel opens tonight, July 1oth, 2009 at Show & Tell Gallery. Words can barely convey our excitement; all of these artists are some of the most sought after in today's contemporary art game. Each artist offers a unique variety of imagery exploring the concepts of typography and iconography.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, August 27, 2008
Australian artist Trent Whitehead has an upcoming show in Melbourne, titled Cornucopia. Unveiling an installation and new work, Whitehead’s Cornucopia will open this Friday, August 29th, 2008 and is presented by Lee and Monster Children Gallery. Word is Cornucopia’s supposed to be quite something. Good thing our Australian-based buddy Alana Armstrong took some time to write about Mr Whitehead’s upcoming show, because the artist has “been slaving away for the last year,” says Armstrong. And slaving artists deserve a lil love.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, June 24, 2008
RVCA and Cinelli’s collaborative blow-out show, Pressure, opened last week at San Francisco’s VASF on Haight Street. If you weren’t able to push your way through the crowds or deceive security in order to check out the show in person, don’t worry because Pressure will remain on display in SF through July 31, 2008 and will then tour select locations around the globe including Milan, London, Tokyo and Sydney. Showcasing art and custom designed bikes by Clare Rojas, Barry McGee, CR Stecyk III, DMOTE, Ashley Macomber, Dan Murphy, Jesse Geller, Josh Lazcano, KAWS, Madsaki, Phil Frost, RVCA founder PM Tenore, and Stephen Powers, Pressure proves bikes aren’t just for hipsters; they can be art too. See opening photos online at rvca.com
Juxtapoz // Friday, June 20, 2008
RVCA joined forces with Italian bicycle company Cinelli to present Pressure, an art show that opened last night at San Francisco’s VASF Gallery. Showcasing art and custom designed bikes by Clare Rojas, Barry McGee, CR Stecyk III, DMOTE, Ashley Macomber, Dan Murphy, Jesse Geller, Josh Lazcano, KAWS, Madsaki, Phil Frost (work shown,) RVCA founder PM Tenore, and Stephen Powers, Pressure had kids lined up down the street to get a peek at the debut. If you couldn’t make it out last night, the show will be on exhibit through July 31, 2008 and will then tour select locations around the globe including Milan, London, Tokyo and Sydney. Peep some more artsy shots at sketchypad.com and on Flickr.
Juxtapoz // Monday, November 19, 2007
"Players want to play, and ballers want to ball!" If you were lucky enough to catch Stephen "Espo" Powers outside his Coney Island sign shop singing an R. Kelly jam, you know the man and his style. The December 2007 issue of Juxtapoz celebrates the "Art of Getting Over" author Stephen Powers as the godfather of taking art from the streets to the gallery. But the fun won't stop there: Matzu MTP gives Juxtapoz a run-down on the Brooklyn scene, Evan Hecox says goodbye to San Francisco and hello to some nature, Liz McGrath reminisces about grade-school, Charles Glaubitz gives Tijuana an artistic face, and Mister Cartoon talks with Jack Rudy about the origins of Los Angeles tattoo art. [JUXTAPOZ Issue #82 - NOVEMBER 2007] On sale now.
Juxtapoz // Tuesday, October 23, 2007
Art Syndicate's Derek Ihnat made it out for the opening of Stephen "ESPO" Powers new exhibit at the Pennsylvania Acadamy of Fine Art in Philadelphia this past Saturday and brings us photos from the show and a history lesson detailing the influence of the artist sometimes known as ESPO.