Thomas Campbell "Capture and Release" @ Half Gallery, NYC

Juxtapoz // Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Northern California-based artist, filmmaker, surfer Thomas Campbell (one of our favorites, and cover of Juxtapoz' April 2007 issue) is set to open a series of new paintings, sculpture, and sewn paper stuff at Half Gallery in NYC on December 9, 2011. Besides Capture and Release at Half Gallery, Campbell will be creating a new mural at Max Fish from December 11—13. Mark the calendars.

Double Breaks: A group show co-curated by Jay Howell and Louis Schmidt, San Diego

Juxtapoz // Thursday, November 10, 2011
Opening this Friday, November 11th is Double Break's fifth exhibtion: Double Breaks. The group show is co-curated by LA-based artist Jay Howell and Double Break co-owner Louis Schmidt. The show hosts some of our favorite artists including Mark Mulroney, Thomas Campbell, Mark Whalen, Travis Millard, and Mel Kadel just to name a few.

Hamburger Eyes Auction Through September 13

Juxtapoz // Monday, September 05, 2011
Through September 13, Hamburger Eyes will be holding its annual auction fund raiser on Ebay. Proceeds go towards Hamburger Eyes' ongoing production of books and magazines. The auction will have work from the likes of Ed Templeton, Barry McGee, Thomas Campbell, David Potes, Dave Schubert, and many more.

Thomas Campbell Sends Us a Few Images, Prepares For "Happening" at Park Life

Juxtapoz // Monday, January 31, 2011
As we mentioned in our store visit to Park Life, Thomas Campbell will be showing Space Cakes at the Park Life Gallery with Kyle Field opening on February 18, 2011. As Thomas Campbell told us, it is going to more of a "happening" than a traditional art show. More images and info after the jump . . .

Thomas Campbell Yar-Ware at The General Store

Juxtapoz // Thursday, December 30, 2010
Perhaps these are already sold out, but upon seeing this collection of Thomas Campbell Yar-Ware that is available at San Francisco's General Store (owned by featured Jux artist Serena-Mitnik Miller from our December issue), we wish we could say we had a T. Campbell teapot in our collection. Again, we can't say for certain if the pieces are still out there, but a cool concept and collection nonetheless. Full collection after the jump . . .
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