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Radio Juxtapoz and Inuk artist, Saimaiyu Akesuk in Special Live Recording @ Canada Goose, Miami
Radio Juxtapoz will be in Miami again this year, and this time, we are hosting a special panel discussion with Canada Goose and Inuk artist, Saimaiyu Akesuk, on Thursday, December 7th start
December 02, 2023
Juxtapoz at 30: The Editor’s Letter from Issue #1, Winter 1994
As we celebrate the publishing of our WINTER 2024 Quarterly and the 30th Anniversary of Juxtapoz, we share the original Editor's Letter written by founder Robert Williams in the winter of 1994. You c
December 01, 2023
Book Release: "Tetsuya Ishida: My Anxious Self"
The first time I saw the paintings of Tetsuya Ishida was in the mid-1990s when I was a teenager. The works were obviously foreign to me, creating a sort of darkness that supermodernity can cast over
November 29, 2023
New Book: Katherine Bernhardt "Why is a mushroom growing in my shower?"
Pop culture, in itself, is an art form. From behind the curtain of mass production or just plain visual production, there are pieces of art thrown at our eyeballs every day. Think about advertising,
November 28, 2023
WINTER 2024 Quarterly Preview: 30 Years of Juxtapoz with George Condo, April Bey, Shepard Fairey and More
“Once you find yourself in another civilization, you’re forced to examine your own.” —James Baldwin
November 27, 2023
The Purgatory of Adolescence: An Interview with Rachel Gregor
Though the experience of being a teenage girl is not an experience that is universally relatable, there are some truths about the summer before high school that likely resonate far and wide: you are
November 22, 2023
New Versions of Old Stories: Pat Perry on Authenticity, the Supernatural, and Trees
The way the world is strange, magical, and sad has never been lost on Pat Perry. The multi-hyphenate artist (painter, muralist, photographer, illustrator, storyteller, freight train tagger, and beyon
October 25, 2023
Review: (un)BANNED @ Arion Press Gallery, San Francisco
Close on the heels of Banned Book Week 2023, the Arion Press presents an exhibition of 10 Bay Area Artists to spotlight contemporary and historical attempts to censor books in schools and libraries.
October 24, 2023
San Francisco is Still Alive: An Interview with Kim Cogan
You might think you’ve seen all of San Francisco until you see Kim Cogan’s paintings. Over the past quarter of a century, Cogan has been capturing the character of often unnoticed or unsung scene
October 23, 2023
Alison O’Daniel and "The Tuba Thieves"
The sound of a musical instrument can be hard to describe, but words like dark, pillowy, vibrant, buoyant, and full of presence collectively provide a vivid description of the mighty tuba, the almost
October 20, 2023
Russ Pope Takes Us Through The Grapevine of Milano
I haven't been back to Italy since before the pandemic and have really missed my regular trips to Milan to show with Antonio, Alessandra, Aloisia, and the crew at Antonio Colombo Gallery. It took alm
October 16, 2023
Baton Rouge Gallery Announces Open Call to Artists for Surreal Salon 16 with Special Guest Juror, Beth Cavener
Baton Rouge Gallery – center for contemporary art is proud to announce it is now accepting submissions for Surreal Salon 16, the juried exhibition celebrating pop-surrealist and lowbrow art. Artist
October 10, 2023
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