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The lives of male dancers in the French Quarter

When the word “hooker” is used, the majority of people tend to think of females first. In Colin Robinson’s world and images, men are the only hookers being photographed.

On Sale: Juxtapoz x Denik Notebooks and Sketchbooks

Head over to Denik to get your hands on our new notebook and sketcbook collaborations! 

Audrey Kawasaki's "Bloom" Mural in Miami

As a part of this year's FearLess project by Wynwood Walls, Audrey Kawasaki painted her 5th mural for Art Basel week in Miami.

Following the drug trafficking and human smuggling in The Rio Grand

The striking and compelling images that make up Kirsten Luce’s newest body of work are irresistible in their presence.

Oakland United @ The Fox Theater

A benefit show at the Fox Theater in Oakland for the Oakland Fire Relief Effort with performances and stories from musicians and journalists, including Primus, Dan Deacon, Hieroglyphics, Tycho, Tune-Yards, and more.

ONLY NY Releases Their Holiday 2016 Lookbook

Because even grandma has Internet this holiday season, or lives in the Lower East Side, may we suggest some ONLY NY gear for your wardrobe?

"Moments of Being" by Liz Calvi: NSFW

Wither her newest ongoing series Moments of Being; photographer Liz Calvi’s lens focuses on various subjects’ intimate and tender moments, examining sexuality and gender identity.

Unsatisfying Moments Animated

A video about unsatisfying situations: the frustrating, annoying, disappointing little things of everyday life, that are so painful to live or even to watch

FKA Twigs' "Baltimore Dance Project" Documentary

A new short film from FKA twigs and WeTransfer Studios documents freek dance workshops the artist held back in July with 400 dancers from the Baltimore area.

Picture Book: Akasha Rabut

“Thanks for asking. I sort of just quit shooting photographs three weeks ago,” Akasha Rabut replied when I asked about featuring her work in these pages.

Tamara Kostianoysky's Fabric Carcasses

Using fabric and textures to "conjure flesh," artist Tamara Kostianovsky creates life-sized sculptures of animal carcasses and slabs of meat.

Minas Halaj's Floral Minds

Incorporating elements of classical education with contemporary influences, Minas Halaj’s art manifests itself by way of a symphony of graphics, sculptures, collages and figurative compositions.

Thomas Prior Photographs a Festival of Exploding Sledgehammers

Every February the small Mexican town of San Juan de la Vega erupts with a testosterone-fueled commemoration of a four-century-old battle.

Broken Fingaz' "Reality Check" in Rome

After years experimenting with psychedelics on paper and on their brains, Broken Fingaz Crew check in on reality in an exhibition of all new works at Galleria Varsi, Rome – their first exhibition in Italy.

Polly Nor Gets Animated

Polly Nor was recently featured in our magazine and we love the way she illustrates stories of powerful women confronting and embracing their shadow selves.

Heikki Kaski's "Tranquillity"

There is a town off the 5 highway, a little closer to San Francisco than Los Angeles, but more near San Joaquin Valley’s Fresno than anything.

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. 

Recap: Juxtapoz Clubhouse and Swoon's "Pearly's Beauty Shop"

This past week Juxtapoz Magazine, in conjunction with Mana Urban Arts Project, created an immersive artist retreat and exhibition space in Miami's Wynwood District.

Jose Parla's "Roots" @ YoungArtsCenter

The National YoungArts Foundation in Miami is currently hosting a site-specific installation of new paintings and sculptures by Jose Parla titled "Roots." Commissioned as part of the Rolls-Royce Art Programme in partnership with the Savannah College of Art and Design and organized by Bryce Wolkowitz

Mike Mills: Our Place in the World

Attending a screening of his latest film, 20th Century Women, I laughed out loud with the rest of the audience more times than I can count, sang along to many of the soundtrack songs and found my eyes welling up.