Emil Melmoth’s wax, anatomical models revel in a dark and surreal environment, and where his depraved sculptures live in affliction: fragile beings in an eternally harrowing state of mind. Melmoth’s new show The Wanderer’s Dissection opens this month at Last Rites Gallery in NYC.
UK-based artist duo Kai & Sunny are preparing for their second solo exhibition at Subliminal Projects.
People who mispronounce his last name say Mezzy, his father-in-law nicknamed him Ponyboy, and we call him Sweet Jimmy because he keeps everything fresh and light, never salty or bitter. I recently spent time with Brooklyn artist Jimmy Mezei as he installed a new two-story mural of gestural lines and wooden shapes inspired by nature’s lines, a metaphor for new opportunity, which also fits his growing foray into large-scale work.
Prior to Juxtapoz-favorite Josh Reames’s new solo show at Jacob Lewis Gallery, opening September 15, JLG gave us some behind-the-scenes looks at Reames in the studio preparing for the ants are my friends, and they’re blowin’ in the wind. The show will run through October 21, 2017 at Jacob Lewis’s space in NYC.
The Whitney Museum’s most recent exhibition is titled An Incomplete History of Protest, and contains a selection of protest pieces throughout the 20th and 21st century. The show includes work that called for immediate change, as well as work that aimed to enact slow, gradual change towards a brighter future.
Our cover artist for the January 2013 issue, Aryz recently wrapped up another impressive mural this time in Vantaa, Finland. Painted as a part of the Street Art Vantaa Festival, the piece is one of artists distinctive still life compositions.
Corey Helford Gallery is opening a new exhibit by Sarah Emerson in her first solo exhibition with the gallery, entitled Ruin in Reverse. The show explores the fundamental laws and tendencies of nature and the universe.
Opening this Saturday at Booth Gallery in New York; Maria Kreyn’s May You Live in Interesting Times, and Ronit Baranga’s Embraced, which both dive into deeply emotional and personal themes.
During these globalized yet strongly divided times in which we live, it is necessary to be reminded of the traditions that can bring us together, as well as those that tear us apart. Blinded by modernization, progress and everything that comes along with it, one tends to forget the beauty and importance of heritage. Whether we’re talking about small neighborhood communities or entire cultures, these specific traditions are too often trounced by mass, fleeting trends