Bay Area-based publishing house Nighted just released their latest mega-zine Nighted Life 12. Each issue of Nighted Life is bound together by a theme encapsulated by a phrase, this issue’s theme being “the things that happen when the world’s not watching,” captured through film photography from seven contributors including Akasha Rabut, Angelo Partemi, and Katie Sadie
The rapidly rising painter Mike Lee, who we featured in our Winter 2018 issue, is presenting his European debut I’ve Missed You at The Garage gallery in Amsterdam on September 29th. The exhibition will feature his latest series of paintings which are inspired by the forcible family separations at the US-Mexico border.
Superchief Gallery LA has a new group exhibit coming up titled Feral Ways, featuring Kashink, Kristen Liu-Wong, Lauren YS, Boy Kong, and Marlon Pruz.
The Greater Denton Arts Council is hosting their 32nd annual Materials: Hard + Soft International Contemporary Craft Competition and Exhibition. Recognized as one of the premier craft exhibitions in the country, Materials: Hard + Soft began in 1987 and was originally initiated by Denton-area artist Georgia Leach Gough. The exhibition celebrates the evolving field of contemporary craft and the remarkable creativity and innovation of artists who push the boundaries of their chosen media
My T-shirt drawer in the 1980s was as colorful as Steve Nazar made it. I never surfed a day in my life, but his iconic, cartoon cast of T&C Surf graphics, featuring beach-lurking, wave-riding troublemakers helmed by an anthropomorphic gorilla named Thrilla sure as hell made me feel like I was part of something. The only graphic tees successful enough to garner their own Nintendo title, Nazar’s cast eventually faded into obscurity as I faded into adulthood
Thinkspace is pleased to present Viewpoints, the gallery’s second solo presentation of works by Barcelona-based painter Cinta Vidal. Trained professionally at the Taller de Escenografia Castells Planas in St.
First things first, like a Fiona Apple album title, let’s visit the full title of Mr.’s newest exhibition at Perrotin in Hong Kong: People misunderstand me and the contents of my paintings. They just think they are nostalgic, cute, and look like Japanese anime
The Juxtapoz team recently came back from Stavanger, Norway for the 18th edition of the esteemed street art festival and academic conference, Nuart Festival. As we have been prepping our recap coverage, one artist in particular we wanted to focus on today, as Korean-born, now Berlin-based Jazoo Yang has not only been creating a fantastic body of work in both Korea and Germany exploring both a political and re-imagining of gentrification, but implementing both historical and contemporary spins on her practice.
Art has the unique ability to raise public awareness and engage audiences via social commentary on a huge scale. Artists have a platform to tackle some of the worlds’ biggest cultural issues and at Mana Contemporary, conceptual artist Maya Vardaraj is doing just that.