First Amendment Gallery is pleased to present Hot Tip, a solo exhibition of sculpture and neon works from Oakland-based artist Anika Rivers. The show features an array of pieces from Rivers’ sketchbook that she has made three-dimensional to encourage interaction and experience from viewers. Hot Tip coalesces around hope and optimism, in a time that these feelings seem to be fewer and farther between
Right after organizing and participating in the milestone Creenca residency earlier this year, a program from his Void Projects initiative, Axel Void relocated to Cadiz, spending three months to complete his new solo show, Mundane. He introduced the new exhibit on November 8th with his longtime friends, Delimbo Gallery in Sevilla.
We are only a few weeks out! The Juxtapoz Clubhouse once again is headed back down to downtown Miami, covering 3 locations at 32—60 SE 1st Street, 48 East Flagler and 200 E Flagler from December 5—9.
In anticipation of the fantastical Fashion piece on the Rodarte show in our upcoming Winter issue, check out sisters Laura and Kate on their November 8th opening night at the National Museum of Women in the Arts, as well as a peek at their closet full of dreams. The exhibit runs through February 10, 2019.
Jean Nagai and Lilah Slager Rose have created a diverse collaborative body of work for their show Avalon at Los Angeles’ H I L D E art space. The exhibition will include an immersive installation of collaborative textile pieces, sculptures by Rose along with paintings by Nagai
Former Juxtapoz cover artist Eric Yahnker (May 2011 issue), will be opening his 3rd solo exhibition @ The Hole in NYC, tonight, on November 15th. Factory Reset consists of all new large-scale pastel drawings on sandpaper, recontextualizing America’s socio-political and cultural past, present, and future, and calling on much needed “factory reset.”
Lauren YS’ latest body of work is comprised of ink drawings that address the idea of bodies in flux, both in states of identity and physicality.
Fresh off their successful show, Things That Can’t Be Seen, in Los Angeles, DabsMyla, the Australian husband and wife duo, have debuted their newest mural in Las Vegas. For the project, the famed street artists took over a secret stairway inside Palms Casino Resort, covering the multifloored passageway with their colorful and whimsical pop-art paintings. Guests heading from new Italian restaurant Vetri to APEX Social Club, the boutique nightclub located on the 55th floor of the hotel, will be surprised as they enter the seemingly nondescript stairway into an imaginative pop-art landscape
illycaffè just released their new illy Art Collection designed by Marc Quinn.
“We Ate the Acid is my attempt at sharing my experiences with psychedelics. The art used in the book was all made during a period of my life when I was experimenting with psychedelics and the paintings and drawings are my attempt to integrate and make some sense of those experiences.”––Joe Roberts