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.
“As you’re going through, just stay loose, and digest,” Leonardo Drew tells visitors who approach him at Sikkema Jenkins & Co., where his work is currently on display. He will not explain away his work; instead, he encourages looking and listens to what viewers have to say.
Katy Wiedemann’s work explores the field of scientific illustration, particularly that of human and animal anatomy.
Since 2005, artist collective Random International has created works that blend art and science, with the goal of making participants more aware of the way our bodies interact with and identify machines.
In her home country of Israel, Michal Rovner lives on a farm, haunted by the howl of jackals.
Photographs by Henry Holmes Smith are currently on display at Gitterman Gallery in New York through October 5, 2016.
Juxtapoz’s friend, Chris Johanson, just opened a new series of works, “Imperfect Reality with Figures and Challenging Abstraction,” at The Conversation in Berlin through December 3, 2016.
“Full Moon Children” at Haven Art Gallery is Dilka Bear’s first solo show in the states and features 13 paintings of Dilka’s quintessential young figures interacting harmoniously with animals and creatures in the landscape.
Multidisciplinary artist Mickalene Thomas is known for her richly detailed, intricate studies of black female sexuality and power.
In 1995, Larry Clark cemented himself in America’s filmic memory with Kids , a stark tale of sex-, drug-, and angst-fueled adolescence.