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Former cover artist and world famous artist RETNA will be opening new works with New Image Art in conjunction with the Getty’s Pacific Standard Time: LA / LA.
When you can describe your creations as “gods and buffoons,” it’s clear you’re drawing with a broad stroke and scope.
Victor Castillo just opened a new solo show at KP Projects in LA, and our man Birdman Photos captured Castillo in the studio and at the opening of Broken Hearts with a special video and photo series of the works in progress!
“The human subject is the most important thing. My work is abstract in the sense of having been designed and composed, but it is not abstract in the sense of having no human content.
The Skirball has commissioned Los Angeles–based artist Ken Gonzales-Day to create a new body of photographic work examining the mural landscape of LA—from East LA to Venice Beach, from Pacoima to South LA.
In one of the most anticipated shows of 2017, London's Barbican Art Gallery just opened a significant body of work from the legendary Jean-Michel Basquiat, the largest collection of works to date of the late and influential artist.
Alex Eckman-Lawn and Jason Chen are currently exhibiting their collaborative show, Asychronist, at Paradigm Gallery in Philadelphia.
The Greater Denton Arts Council is looking for submissions for their 31st annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition. Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, Materials: Hard + Soft began in 1987 and was originally initiated by
Spanish artist Pejac recently announced a 2-day popup show in Venice, Italy from September 30—October 1, 2017.
Underground at Ink Block is nestled beneath the bustling overpass of the I-93 which separates South Boston from the South End, and now represents a unifying new point of interest for the two neighborhoods and aims to be a cultural landmark with potential to gain international acclaim as an Urban Art
Banksy gives an ode to the legendary graffiti artist Jean-Michel Basquiat ahead of the much anticipated "Basquiat Boom for Real" at the Barbican in London opening this week.
The image contains 24 people, backs turned, gathered around and gazing up at a large brick wall. It’s unclear whether they are perplexed, contemplative, or at ease.
Varsi Gallery in Rome will be opening their new show season and a new space with a solo show by Polish artist Sepe.
On September 8th Equinox Gallery in Vancouver opened an exhibition of new paintings by Kim Dorland. The show, titled Nemophilia, consists of works that are researching an appreciation for the forest as well as the lumberjack culture.
It’s no secret Morgan Blair is one of our favorites. Recently featured in our August 2017 issue, we are always coming back for more.
Volcom’s #ThisFirst wrap party on Saturday at the Volcom Garden was a huge success, about 900 people in attendance celebrated the 15 global winners of the #ThisFirst campaign, which celebrates those who pursued their passion while raising over $750 in donations for the Salvation Army.
There's a long history between Juxtapoz and Vans.
UK artist David Bray is currently showing his exhibit Return of the Returner at Stephanie Chefas Projects in Portland, OR. Bray is well known for transcribing psychoactive iconography through the lens of singular imagery with his unique DIY aesthetic.
Seven years ago, NYC-based artists Michael Kagan and Jean-Pierre Roy started Singlefare, an open call exhibition for art on NYC metro cards.