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JR is currently installing wheatpastes and shooting a film in Ellis island's historic south side buildings as part of an upcoming exhibition "Unframed — Ellis Island" that will be part of the new public tours to be conducted by Save Ellis Island.
The interactive installation ENTITATIVITY by Klaus Obermaier creates a situation in which an aggregate of anonymous individuals sharing the same physical appearance and similar behavior is transformed into an entitative group by the intervention of the users.
Faig Ahmed disassembles the conventional structure of Azerbaijani traditional rugs and randomly rearranges the resulting components of the traditional composition then combines these fragments with contemporary sculptural forms.
We are so into this super fun cardboard pop up furniture made of a cardboard. We are not sure how sturdy this furniture might be but it’s a really good start to what could be.
In this short documentary, Juxtapoz' Joey Garfield spends an afternoon with The Sucklord, talking Star Wars, Gay Rights, and why Super Villains have the upper hand.
There are very few figures of the last 25 years that can cross the barriers of pop, underground, and progressive art quite like Bjork.
Very few artists garner an immediate identity when you simply utter their name, or create such an interesting paradox.
Our good friends at HUF have wisely brought Todd Francis (featured in our July 2014 issue) into the mix for a complete capsule collection for the Spring 2015 line.
This show just came down, but is definitely of note because it featured some of our favorite young photographers working today: Steven Kasher Gallery, in conjunction with Kasher|Potamkin, is proud to present the exhibition Pheromone Hotbox.
SUBLIMINAL PROJECTS is pleased to present Paper Cut, a group exhibition featuring artwork by six artists who cut into, tear into, and deconstruct the humble, traditional medium of paper to explore the terrain of their subject matter.
Our good friend and SF-based Zio Ziegler will be opening a new body of work alongside Paris-based painter Pierre Roy-Camille this week, March 6, at Jules Maeght Gallery in here in San Francisco.
Honor Fraser Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of works by multiple Juxtapoz cover artist Kenny Scharf, on view through April 4, 2015.
Since arriving in Japan aboard Japanese ships transporting sacred Buddhist scriptures from China in the mid-sixth century, cats have proceeded to purr and paw their way into the heart of Japanese life, folklore, and art. Life of Cats: Selections from the Hiraki Ukiyo-e Collection illustrates the dep
Atsuko Goto's illustrations are submerged in a cloudy haze, ethereal visions of otherworldly beauty. Working in watercolor and lapis lazuli on cotton, Goto investigates the fundamental relationships between humankind and nature, death, decay and regeneration.
Adam Batchelor's work is "a modern interpretation of naturalist painting and looks at the relationship we now have with nature and I illustrate the imbalance that we have incurred between the natural world and ourselves" Through drawing he wishes to look at how we portray and understand ecology and
We're loving this suspended sculptural grass walkway in Poland by Zalewski Architecture Group. The structures is mounted and suspended above a courtyard, giving residents access to the outdoors without walking all the way down the stairs.
Bloomingdale's had a handful of designers create pieces for Spring 2015 that were constructed and inspired by Crayola crayons.
Each artist wields a certain kind of mojo that make human hearts skip a beat. The more one looks at their works, the more one will start to see the emotional complexity that makes their paintings far deeper than just being eye candy for the soul.
Curated by Peter Galassi, former Chief Curator of Photography at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, “In the Studio: Photographs,” includes over 150 photographs by 40 artists—spanning from the origin of the medium to the late twentieth century—and is divided into three particularly rich themes with
Two weeks after the attacks on Charlie Hebdo graffiti photographer Ralph Roelse from the Netherlands went to Paris to hang out with TOMEK from the infamous Parisian PAL CREW. They climbed buildings, bombed walls, smashed party’s and had a lot of fun on the streets of the capital of love.