In only its second year, Paris Photo Los Angeles, opening this weekend, has become a must-see for its extensive array of photographic work — and has already inspired an alternative fair, Photo Independent.
Born in 1964 with a curious and sensitive eye for people, Matthias thoroughly learned his trade at Bayerische Lehranstalt fuer Fotografie in Munich. Ever since he graduated in 1990, his reportages sent him travelling around the world.
Joanna Hogg: Exhibition Thursday, April 24, 2014 “I had absolutely no fear,” says former Slits guitarist and punk icon Viv Albertine of taking on the role of artist D at the last minute, at the behest of her close friend Joanna Hogg. “I said: ‘I’m putting myself completely in your hands, I’m like your baby, do what you want with me.’” The writer and director’s third feature film Exhibition depicts the often-silent relationship of her two protagonists—D’s husband H is played by conceptualist one-time YBA, Liam Gillick—who are readying to leave their home
Jeanine Oleson is an artist whose interdisciplinary practice incorporates multiple media, including film/video, installation, performance, photography, and text.
Every day in April the Bazaar beauty team is partaking in Aveda’s 30 Day Yoga Challenge with Good Vibes yoga studio. The aim? To raise as much money for WaterAid throughout April
A great new piece by Pref that says “It Has No Style” in his signature multi-layered style.
Technology-based art can a bit of a tough sell. Getting people with scant knowledge of coding to transition from traditional to digital tools can be a challenge, even for a new generation of artists. So gargantuan Google has thrown its hat into the ring with DevArt, a contest oriented around creating art utilizing a combination of code, hardware, and openly available data in a unique and, hopefully, beautiful way..
Daniel Alexander Smith completed a BFA in Photography at The University of Georgia. He is currently an MFA Fellow at Indiana University
Soze Gallery is pleased to present “PAPER TELLER,” a solo exhibition of all new works by artist Moneyless, who is based out of Italy. Soze has featured Moneyless’ art previously in the “Graffuturism” exhibitions that have also traveled to White Walls Gallery…
Muddguts is proud to present the first New York solo show of Chris Lux, a San Francisco-based painter and sculptor. Lux is known for work that reflects his multilevel approach to history and visual arts. In his new exhibition “Painting and Drawings,” Lux continues expounding on this theme through numerous flat works, drawing inspiration from..
After having his heart broken while attending Tulane University, Frank Relle turned to his neighborhood of the Garden District in New Orleans to stroll and clear his head at night. Four years after graduating college, he once again turned to his hometown for comfort during hard times and decided to begin photographing the homes and scenes that he was turing to by creating long exposure nighttime photographs. Relle gives each home he photographs a personality of it’s own
From L-R: E. Tautz, Richard Nicoll, Christopher Shannon. Pictures courtesy of the BFC
Petit Bateau x Satu Maaranen Wednesday, April 23, 2014 “For Petit Bateau, its iconic piece is the marinière ,” says Finnish designer Satu Maaranen, who was given carte blanche to recreate the classic, striped piece for the long-standing French atelier, as part of her capsule collection for the brand. “I wanted to add my twist, inspired by toothpaste and candy canes.” Explore Satu Maaranen’s inspirations in today’s interactive and shoppable film. Originating far from the fashion world as part of the regulatory uniform for the French Navy, the earliest design of a marinière stipulated that there should be 21 stripes, one for each of Napoleon’s victories.
Swoon just released a new print! Nee Nee in Braddock is an 8 color silk screen print on hand made paper. It is an adaptation of one of Swoon’s intricately carved linoleum block prints, depicting the streets and homes of Braddock, PA, a town where Swoon has been engaged in community based work since 2007…
We think there is probably no better way to celebrate Earth Day here on the Juxtapoz website than with the paintings of artist Josh Keyes! The February, 2010 cover artist has a handful of fantastic new work on his website.
For his debut solo exhibition at Honor Fraser Gallery, Meleko Mokgosi will present the final chapters of his three-year long history painting project Pax Kaffraria. The exhibition will also include a series of charcoal drawings of iconic breeds of southern African dogs and text-based paintings interrogating recent exhibitions of African Art and imagery of Africa.
She dresses like a Sixties chick, but drinks beer with the boys. She’s got the voice of an angel, but swears like a sailor. Meet our latest musical obsession, Louisa Rose Allen, AKA Foxes Foxes is all doe-eyed perfection when we meet her at Shoreditch House…
Playing Gus Grimly, the earnest Midwestern police deputy facing off with a murderous Billy Bob Thornton in Fargo , Colin Hanks has found a role that perfectly harnesses the dynamic small-screen presence witnessed in spots on Mad Men and Dexter .
Partners and recent collaborators, former Bay Area artists Maja Ruznic and Joshua Hagler exhibit paintings together for the first time in their two-person exhibition entitled Among The Missing. Both of them painters with an affinity for abstracted figuration, the pair spent three months in 2013 traveling through Eastern and Western Europe and Syrian refugee camps in Jordan.
Legendary pop star Boy George, AKA George Alan O’Dowd, released This Is What I Do , his first studio album in 18 years, last October. He’ll be on tour through July, stopping off in New York City to perform tonight at Irving Plaza.