We first introduced our readers to the works of London-based Oli Epp’s work back in 2017, after instantly falling in love with his quirky and hyper-flat way of capturing everyday moments and parodying the familiar life routines.
Yancey Richardson Gallery is currently holding an exhibition of work by Larry Sultan, the first in New York since 2004. Sultan passed away in 2009. The photographs are selected from Sultan’s series Pictures from Home), Untitled Home Movie Stills and The Valley, in addition to editorial work made between 1993 and 2003 for Wallpaper and Bottega Veneta.
Coinciding with the release of his new book, I know How Furiously Your Heart Is Beating, Alec Soth will be opening five concurrent exhibitions of the work in Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco, and Berlin. The exhibitions mark a shift towards a stripped down, connection-driven approach to photography that Soth began exploring during his 2017 FraenkelLAB residency
Swampy has long been an enigma in the art world. Like a proper cult-followed figure, his incredible photos of train-hopping across North America are nostalgic and an insight into a new wave of bohemian American that feels more like folklore than a reality
There’s a term we often use about artists, and that is they are “universe makers.” Their art lives in its own place and time, own existence that doesn’t rely on any sort of contemporary influence or precursor. Trenton Doyle Hancock is literally the term, because his universe is so dense, so encrypted with his own myth-making, that it becomes engrossing in a way that you feel like you are immersed in 100 years of storytelling.
Travis Jensen’s new book, Barbary Coast Now: An Ode to San Francisco, “paints an entirely new picture of San Francisco–one that is both beautiful and uncensored. There are no cliche postcard views of the Golden Gate Bridge or comforting scenes of the city from the sea.
One of our favorite booths at ADAA in NYC a few weeks back was Judith Linhares works at P.P.O.W Gallery. The loose figurative works stood out amongst the other works in the fair, and felt like a breath of fresh air. Coincidentally, Linhares has a solo show, Hearts on Fire, up for a few more days at P.P.O.W’s New York gallery space, up through March 16th, where her roots in 1970s California counter-culture scenes shines through in these beautiful paintings
The foundations of Juxtapoz have always been in the place where illustration, nostalgia, and fine art meet. Our founder, Robert Williams, was a prolific comic illustrator, who believed that there was an unrecognized art movement surfacing from the American subcultural underground.
On March 2nd, Eighteen Gallery in Copenhagen introduced the latest solo exhibition by Sara-Vide Ericson titled Obsolete Decoy.
Aaron Rose recently directed a new documentary about Hamburger Eyes, chronicling its journey from a one-man project into a community dedicated to capturing the iconic moments of everyday life.