Aperture, a not-for-profit organization with a focus on photography, recently opened its exhibit Photography is Magic at the Aperture Gallery.
Mexico City-based fine artist Apolo Cacho just opened his first Museum solo show at the Instituto de Artes Gráficas de Oaxaca, founded by Francisco Toledo.
For Portland2016, curator Michelle Grabner has forged her own Oregon Trail; it features contemporary art rather than dying oxen and necessitates a GPS in lieu of tracing a wagon trail.
The art world too global for you? Each week, Interview highlights in pictures the shows you’d want to see—if you could jetset from one international hub to the next.
On July 23, ANDREW RAFACZ Gallery in Chicago is set to present Dreams Burn Down, a solo exhibition of paintings, works on paper and sculpture by uber-talented a multi-Juxtapoz collaborator, Cody Hudson.
The world of street photography seems to be populated with a well-balanced combination of the old and the new. One artist that toes the line of classic and contemporary is Daniel Arnold.
Featured in the pages of Juxtapoz and at Takashi Murakami’s Hidari Zingaro Gallery in Tokyo, we take a look at the great live drawing performances of Kim Jung Gi.
“City at Large III” is an installation of wheat pasted photographs outside SF institution and landmark photo store, Adolph Gasser Photography. Eight Bay Area photographers who have been shooting the City for several decades are showing large black and white photographs enlarged up to 20 feet! Michael Jang’s photo of the Golden Gate Bridge is a size for size replica of the one currently hung in the new SFMOMA!
After quickly flipping through an exhibition catalog, an image by one particular artist stuck in my mind. This painting of a precocious young man, whose dignity rose above a cluster of mirrored spheres crowding his neck made me hungry to see Robin F. Williams’s paintings in the flesh, and I trekked through a New York snowmageddon to attend her opening at PPOW Gallery in Chelsea.