Juxtapoz has gone back to its original roots. Yes, we are excited to announce that our first issue of 2018 is also our return to a quarterly format, only this time, we have more pages, bigger size, better paper and more artist features than we have ever had. We kick off Winter 2018 with a special cover story on one of America's most important living painters, Kerry James Marshall, as his career has been recently showcased in a major retrospective, Mastry, that has toured the United States. We get an intimate, candid conversation with the Chicago-based Marshall about his life in painting, the development of his style, and what an artist does now after getting a major retrospective. 




Also featured in Winter 2018
—Interviews with Anja Salonen, Daniel Rich, Luke Pelletier, Smithe and Kip Omolade
—A look back at the illustrious career of Gustav Klimt
—An in-depth, special dedication to our late founder, Greg Escalante, with comments from the artists in his life
Cheryl Dunn on her life in street photography
—We get inside the studio of the grotesque visionary, Sarah Sitkin
Kerin Rose Gold takes inside her creative process with her new eyewear collection
Martyn Reed writes about the historical importance of Stencil Art
Mike Lee shows his floating dancers to us in Tokyo
—Juxtapoz takes a city tour of Mexico City . . . 
— Plus we review the opening of Urban Nation in Berlin ... 

... and we take a look at the legacy of the legendary London print house, Pictures on Walls