In this video by Relative Minds, Bay Area graffiti writer, Csaw of HCM crew paints a number of tributes for Gloom in a massive abandon structure.
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.
Currently on display at Bruce Silverstein / 20 is the group exhibition "Inscribed," running through January 9, 2016
On January 7th, at Apple's Meatpacking District store in NYC, Juxtapoz will moderate a panel discussion with five contemporary artists on how they use the new tools of the trade: iPads, iPhones, and
Sitting in the Dark with Strangers is Richard Finkelstein’s second exhibition with Robert Mann Gallery.
"Dispersal," a half-book, half-box created by Arianna Sanesi, is a scrapbook-collection of photographs, writing, and natural objects described by Sanesi as a purely “physical experience.”
Benrubi Gallery is pleased to announce Brooklyn-based photographer Corinne May Botz’s Bedside Manner, her first solo show with the gallery.
Vinna Laudico's photographs of Otakuthon, Quebec’s largest anime convention, are not quite what you would expect.
Photographer Caroline Tompkins focuses on “catcalling” street-harassers in her series "Hey Baby."
Steven Siegel’s “New York Snowstorms” manages to find a plethora of situations when The City That Never Sleeps appears surprisingly serene.
Danziger Projects has collected some of America's great photographers working in the tradition of the photographic western landscape for the group show, The New Pioneers.
Photographer Greg Miller uses an 8x10” camera to focus on relationships at carnivals around the country in "County Fair."
Spencer Wohlrab’s series "Girls" is a seductive and refreshing group of images featuring various young women.
Dominika Gesicka’s most recent project All that will remain is the orchard is a haunting commentary on the passage of time.