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Yu Maeda: The Balance of East and West
For decades, Americans, especially artists, have had a unique curiosity (well, an obsession) with Japanese culture. From comics to fashion, ceramics to underground art, Japan has set the standard
July 08, 2020
The Surreal Watercolors and Illustrations by Marija Tiurina
Over the past few years, we love to check-in on the works of London-based illustrator and watercolor painter, Marija Tiurina. Her work seems to meld surreal universes and almost psychedelic
June 29, 2020
Ermsy "Took It Easy" and Remixed Pop Culture Icons @ Thinkspace Projects
We have scattered attention spans, don't we? One minute we could be looking at our friend's dinner party on IG, the next a meme about Donald Trump on Twitter, followed by a cat video posted by yo
June 24, 2020
Resting Space: The Prophetic Works of Mark Thomas Gibson @ M+B Gallery
It’s both poignant and prophetic to have had such a wide-ranging, in depth conversation for Radio Juxtapoz with Philadelphia-based painter, Mark Thomas Gibson just prior to the pandemic a
June 24, 2020
"Tell Me A Story, I Don’t Care If It’s True": New Works on Paper by Toyin Ojih Odutola
"I go back and forth between wanting to be abundantly simple and maddeningly complex." This quote is attributed to the late great Californian artist, John Baldessari, whose conceptual works actua
June 06, 2020
Video: Amy Nathan on "Objects as Handwriting Drawing"
We are excited today to share our newest collaboration video with If You Were Here Now, a workshop of painting and communicating with objects as opposed to formal letters with Berkeley, Californi
May 27, 2020
F$ck You All and Other Works by David Shrigley in "Lockdown Drawings"
If there was ever an artist that could sum up these times, both with humor and piercing social commentary, it is UK-based, David Shrigley. He has always had this keen sense of catching humanity's
May 26, 2020
Radio Juxtapoz ep 046: James Jean on the Otherworldly Power of Imagination and Reinvention
If there was ever a Juxtapoz Hall of Fame, James Jean would be a first ballot inductee. Everything this magazine has stood for, whether it be reinventing the comic book form, learning the experti
May 25, 2020
A Sci-Fi Future That Feels Like the Present: Looking Back at the Works of Kilian Eng
Many of the sci-fi artists that we love deserve a second view these days, especially in light of the complete overhaul of our daily lives over the past 10 or so months. When we think of contempor
May 15, 2020
The Early 20th Century Erotic Works and Influence of Danish Artist, Gerda Wegener
We first wrote about the Art Nouveau/Art Deco works of early 20th century artist Gerda Wegener (1886-1940) back in 2013 (and much of her life and relationship to her "first spouse, a tr
May 10, 2020
Kristina Micotti Opens the "Pet Store" with Recess, San Francisco
We need a little bit of animal love in our life right now, a bit of companionship for these uncertain times. Recess gets our vibe, and our set to open Pet Store, a solo exhibition by San Francisc
May 08, 2020
Walt Disney Family Museum Kicks Off "The World of Tomorrow: A Virtual Community Art Exhibition"
The day Disneyland opened, forged tickets created an over-capacity crowd, temperatures soared over 100 degrees and a plumber’s strike resulted in non-functioning drinking fountains. It was dubb
May 01, 2020
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