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Troy Lovegates: Like There is No Other
There is a meandering, obscure history of North American railroad markings, otherwise known as monikers that, by many accounts, predates the popularized New York graffiti tale. Depending on with whom you’re speaking, the chronology and key players can vary drastically. Ultimately, this is a direct result of folkloric culture, where publicizing information was once shamed, and ostracization a likely punishment. In the mid ’90s, monikers began to take on a new form, evolving from the traditional signature and character-based style.February 13, 2017
Interview: Jaime Molina's "Inner Lives"
Jaime Molina recently opened his latest exhibition at SVPERORDINARY gallery in Denver, Colorado. In another iteration of undeniably charming yet wistful characters, Molina's "The Tells" features beautifully distressed man-creatures with cacti blooming from their bodies.December 16, 2016
New perspecitives of the The American West
Based in Detroit, Millee Tibbs is a visual artist who works as an assistant professor at Wayne State University. Her series Mountains + Valleys examines the falsehood of a romanticized ideal of the American West through the use of imagery that praises a vacant wilderness.November 07, 2016
An Interview with Coast Modern and Artist Dai Ruiz
Sometimes the only way to get ahead is to stop following the leader, and start running your own race. Coast Modern flies out of the pack with a refreshingly uninhibited sound for disenchanted dreamers everywhere. Building on an admiration for the spirit of misfit alternative bands and the fearless ethos of modern hip hop, the duo creates alternative pop with a wink that aims to push the genre into the future.July 29, 2016
Jesse Harris with Star Rover "Miyazaki"
Veteran singer, songwriter and musician Jesse Harris has just announced the release of new album No Wrong No Right, out Feb. 10 on Dangerbird Records. We are happy today to show you the new video for the track, "Miyazaki," directed by Luis Ortega. Juxtapoz got both Harris and Ortega to talk about the video, and as you can see, the director gets right to the point.January 20, 2015
Paintings by Gabriel Grun
'Gabriel Grun, born in 1978 in Buenos Aires, has exhibited at Art Madrid, ArteBA, and the Cultural Center of Recoleta, Buenos Aires, among numerous other renowned spaces and galleries. He was only trained formally for a brief period before breaking away from a constrictive educational system that he finds contrary to his style as an artist.'October 28, 2014
Mauricio Garrido & Claudia Peña "Sleeplessness" @ Merry Karnowsky Gallery, LA
Mauricio Garrido and Claudia Peña will be opening an exhibition titled "Sleeplessness" at Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angles tomorrow Saturday, Feburary 1st, 2014. Often described as Neo-Baroque, Garrido’s multi layered collages reference various media such as sculpture, collage, textiles and video art. Pena’s paintings show a index of images whose fragmented composition are...January 30, 2014
Matt Canosa's "Desnudas"
Matt Canosa is a photographer and art director working in Buenos Aires, Argentina. His series of black and white photos entitled "Desnudas" take a simple concept into execution with stunning grace and sensitivity. These "nudes," shot from the stomach up, feature unclothed women each clutching a different flower. The nuances in pose and expression reveal a great intimacy, unique to each photo. These are lovely expressions of the female spirit.January 21, 2014