Sharon Lockhart is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Lochart’s Goshogaoka, filmed in a middle school gymnasium in suburban Japan, takes as its ostensible subject the exercise routines and drills of
We are so excited to be able to premiere the new video from Juxtapoz friend, contributor all around hip-hop superstar Aesop Rock and the track, "Get Out of the Car"
US President Donald Trump made a visit to Bethlehem. And, drove past Banksy's Walled Off Hotel. See, everyone wants to see Banksy's new project.
The ever successful street art festival made its debut in Aberdeen, Scotland this past month, and now it has itself a documentary.
The purveyors of the jingly indie pop has made a colorful animated video for a track of their new LP, where you can "create" your own psychedelic version.
Dusty Loops is a jack of all trades. Hailing from Brampton, Ontario (Canada), he is best known for producing up and coming rappers but he’s not too shabby with the camera either.
Six characters meet in a public bath house: the pedant bath house manager, a couple with a strange way of communicating and a gang with shady intentions. Something goes wrong.
Gabi Ben Avraham is a photographer from Tel Aviv which also happens to be the subject matter of the majority of his work.
Whore24, a graffiti writer, DJ, designer, and sign painter who recently passed away, is honored by Tunks on this wall in his hometown of Sacramento.
“Out of the Basement: From Cheap Trick to DYI Punk” by David Ensminger, tells the story of underground music in Rockford, Illinois from 1973 to 2005.
Dinara Mirtalipova's folkloric illustrations draw inspiration from her upbringing in Uzbekistan. She uses a wide range of materials tools, like carving lino blocks, gouache, acrylics and many others.
One of our favorite painters at the moment, NYC-based Grace Weaver, just opened a solo show at Soy Capitán in Berlin.
Fantasy, action, bizarre creatures, foul monsters, and of course pretty young girls wearing little more than a bit of armor and a smile - these are the hallmarks of illustration duo Steve Fastner and
Linda Lopez creates work in both two and three dimensions. Lopez presents sculptures that are both abstract and rooted in the domestic landscape. With skill and sensitivity Lopez imbues these incredi
"Drone Boning" captures beautiful scenic shots of landscapes...including people who are getting it on.
Craig Burrows is a Photon-packing generalist photographer with a penchant for weird and surreal forms of light.
This is the last week to checkout Marianna Rothen’s Shadows in Paradise, her first solo exhibition in New York at the Steven Kasher Gallery.
Rob Zeller’s debut book on drawing and painting the human figure offers one of the most ambitious and definitive takes on the subject in decades.