Ryan Bock’s solo exhibit I’m Afraid of Americans recently opened at Ground Effect Gallery in Paris. We previewed the show a few months ago, but now that the show is opened and the extensive install has been completed, there’s a whole new element to it that warrants a second look.
Beverly Fishman recently unveiled this 170 foot x 60 foot mural in downtown Detroit. The mural adorns the side of the Detroit City Club Apartments, and was commissioned by their owner Jonathan Holtzman in association with the Library Street Collective
Jacob Messex, a prolific photographer and our pal from the 2017 Juxtapoz Clubhouse, recently launched a new clothing brand called Million Dollar Doomsday. This new project is focused around skateboarders and Angelenos, and serves as not only a skate clothing brand but also, more generally, a platform for Messex and his posse to express their creative sides and have some fun
Young English artist Oli Epp, who we’re featuring in the upcoming Summer 2018 issue of Juxtapoz, is currently having a solo show with Semiose Gallery in Paris, presenting his most recent series of Post-digital Pop paintings. Titled Epiphanies, the exhibition includes images that depict banal and globally recognized moments, which are the artist’s reflections on human interaction in the post-digital age.
Usually when we sit down with Shepard Fairey for a conversation, it is on the occasion of a new body of work or massive museum show, as we did in our cover story with the Los Angeles artist for Juxtapoz issue n200. But this week, we sat down with the artist to discuss his newest collaboration with Hublot watches, which will see the release of two colorways of the Big Bang Meca-10 Watch featuring design work by Fairey.
Colin Lyon and Wes Bechtler are exhibiting a show of paintings at Chinatown Soup in New York City. VAXO 002 is part of a 3-year collaborative project, this show marks a development in their series and will prove to be an exciting event for those that can make it out.
It’s safe to say that back in 2011, be it Spain, Brazil or the US, the world was a much different place. Whether we are talking about political climate or even the microcosm of traditional street art, the world has accelerated into a digital blur. During that year, Juxtapoz was presented with the opportunity to interview Spanish street art icon Escif for the February cover story.
When Gomez Bueno makes art, he makes (it) fun, and his intentions are candidly clear. Whether grinning or grilling, he pulls no punches with snappy wordplay and gumball colors
Laura Berger’s characters and colors are hard to miss, or at least anywhere but a desert landscape perfectly organized into aesthetically pleasing shapes and spaces. However, Berger’s work is more than just aesthetics, she uses creating as a cathartic process to explore complex thoughts, focusing on the expression of feelings into a piece, minimizing the hindrance of words and convoluted thoughts that can cloud emotive expression. Her work has been increasingly circulated around the web and in galleries over the last few years, making her a must-watch artist for art-scene enthusiasts. We caught up with Laura Berger to hear her back-story, and therefore learned a bit more about where these beautiful pieces came from
“For 1 week in Los Angeles, 24 artists will be putting their work together for a group show.