Plus, Gisele retires (again), Cannes is anti-selfies and more from the week in style.
Hiro Kurata is one of our favorite artists working today, with his eclectic mix of Eastern and Western styles, and this consistent baseball uniform motif that you see in each painting. Hiro just opened a solo show, Oh Yes We Did, at The Gallery in Morris/Lakeside, Connecticut, and had a studio visit documentary filmed about his practice. We got the video here, and info on the new show!
Last night marked the opening of Dutch mixed-media artist Nina Beier’s first New York solo show, which will be on view at Metro Pictures in Chelsea through May 23.
Mugwump & Luke Jenner: Halo The hosiery and exercise fetish on display in Mugwump’s previous video “Until You’re Worth It” has evolved into a monochromatic leather mask for the Belgian electronic music veteran’s “Halo,” directed by Sam Kadz with guest vocals from ex-Rapture frontman, Luke Jenner. From 1990s Ibiza to the current club scene in Brussels spearheaded by his own label Subfield and the Leftorium party he cofounded, Mugwump’s 20 year legacy has been built on deep, spacey disco and house music that’s unafraid of veering into 1980s pop culture or harder hitting Kraut influences.
The young artist’s abstract drip paintings for a new show at Miami’s Institute of Contemporary Art are the largest of his career.
A new exhibition in Calais, France, celebrates the 120th birthday of the late designer and founder of the fashion house.
Lexie Moreland’s photos of Michael C. Hall preparing for his role in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch” document private moments in the actor’s nightly transformation.
Tomorrow night, Tig Notaro’s comedy special Knock Knock, It’s Tig Notaro will debut on Showtime.
This week, we have selected our top three emerging Australian artists—those who come from a land down under and who will soon be on top.
Earlier this week in Los Angeles, we headed out to Known Gallery for a special exhibition and zine release for G-Shock's “Profiles Zine”. The art and zine featured Juxtapoz friends Steve Olson and Zio Ziegler along with art by Stephan Malbon, Eddy Tekeli, Azim, and Spanto