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KAWS “Where The End Starts” @ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

As we previously informed, on October 20the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth opened their 2nd, long awaited exhibition by Brian Donnelly aka KAWS.

The many characters of the streets of Japan

Shinya Arimoto’s black and white photographs from the streets of Japan focus on the eclectic mix of individuals that make up a massive population.

A.G. Geiger Art Book Fair

Today, in Los Angeles’s historic Chung King Plaza in Chinatown, A.G. Geiger Fine Art Books & Press is hosting a unique book fair with an assortment of international and local publishers, artists, workshops, artist talks, live music and an Art Book Swap Party sponsored by Juxtapoz.

Installations and Sculptures by Jannick Deslauries

Jannick Deslauries constructs large installations from delicate and often translucent textiles. By using soft fabrics to build objects that we normally perceive as tough, hard, and solid, Deslauriers explores themes of conflict, strength, and vulnerability.

Daan Botlek's New Pieces in Lagos, Portugal

It's been a while since we introduced the work of Daan Botlek but we had to share with you his latest series of works painted in Lagos, Portugal.

Mark Jenkins "Knock Knock" @ Ruttkowski;68

Back in Cologne, Germany for his third solo exhibition with Ruttkowski;68 gallery, Mark Jenkins just opened a solo show titled "Knock Knock" which once again metaphorically knocks the viewer’s mind calling norms into question.

"Fire in Cairo" by Matthew Connors

Matthew Connor's photographic series, Fire in Cairo emerged from Egypt as an oblique and fragmentary document of revolutionary struggle.

The Female Gaze- Madeline Keyes-Levine

Madeline Keyes-Levine is a 19-year-old photographer from California, who discovered her love of making images when she took a digital photography class in her sophomore year of high school.

Trenton Doyle Hancock "Pandemic Pentameter" @ James Cohan, NYC

January 2016 cover artist and Juxtapoz x Superflat artist Trenton Doyle Hancock is set to open a new body of work at James Cohan Gallery in NYC.

Limited Edition Posters For One Night Only Oasis: Supersonic Release

To celebrate this momentous intersection of music and film, A24 commissioned two artists and one design collective to create posters that imagine the unique documentary release as a musical event. 

Last Chance to see Meleko Mokgosi’s first New York solo show at Jack Shainman Gallery

Prolific Botswanan interdisciplinary artist, Meleko Mokgosi recently premiered his first New York solo show this month in partnership with the Jack Shainman gallery - exhibiting two bodies of work from the same ongoing project entitled Democratic Intuition.

Cali Thornhill DeWitt "29 Flags" @ Eighteen, Copenhagen

Los Angeles-based Cali Thornhill DeWitt just opened a new solo show, "29 Flags," at V1 Gallery's new sister gallery, Eighteen, in Copenhagen.

Sean Mahan "Rendered Problematic" @ Thinkspace Gallery

A mixed media painter from Florida, Sean Mahan creates soft and subtle figurative works in graphite and acrylic washes on wood panel.

Preview: KAWS "Where the End Starts" @ Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Following his 2011 showcase with Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, KAWS (cover artist of our May 2016 issue) is back in Texas with a major survey exhibition of his work.

Life in Color-Vision: the work of Jack Coulter

Often in art we seek to express and/or experience that which we struggle to understand and articulate in everyday life.

Scene Report: Bay Area

Each week we feature updates on current graffiti scenes in a number of major U.S. cities with the help of a few select photographers. 

Emily Mae Smith's "Tesla Girls" Installation

Following our preview of Emily Mae Smith's works for her current solo show with Rodolphe Janssen gallery in Brussels, we're bringing you install shots of her Belgian debut.