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Oli Epp's "Epiphanies" in Paris

Oli Epp's "Epiphanies" in Paris

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
Interview: Shepard Fairey on His Newest Collaboration with Hublot Watches and Beyond the Streets

Interview: Shepard Fairey on His Newest Collaboration with Hublot Watches and Beyond the Streets

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
VAXO 002 at Chinatown Soup in NYC

VAXO 002 at Chinatown Soup in NYC

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
Escif: The Wall and I

Escif: The Wall and I

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,
Gomez Bueno Brings His "Mental Discoveries" to the Fullerton Museum Center

Gomez Bueno Brings His "Mental Discoveries" to the Fullerton Museum Center

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. The style is signature
Fluidity, Evolution, and Connection: Laura Berger's Wide Open World

Fluidity, Evolution, and Connection: Laura Berger's Wide Open World

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
"Life Is 2 Short," Curated by Homeless Cop at Delicious Vinyl

"Life Is 2 Short," Curated by Homeless Cop at Delicious Vinyl

"For 1 week in Los Angeles, 24 artists will be putting their work together for a group show. Why? They are well aware of the impending doom that awaits us all, and this hatred of death unites them in
Eron's "W.A.L.L." in Milan May Be One of the Largest Street Art Pieces Ever Created

Eron's "W.A.L.L." in Milan May Be One of the Largest Street Art Pieces Ever Created

Last month, Italian street artist Eron completed what may be one of the largest street art interventions ever created, a 1000 square meter mural in Milan, Italy titled W.A.L.L. (Walls Are Love's
A Modern Funhouse With Surreal Drama: René Magritte at SFMOMA

A Modern Funhouse With Surreal Drama: René Magritte at SFMOMA

Are we comparing apples to apples or apples to oranges? In the case of René Magritte, it’s both. He paints, and we ponder. But it’s a pleasure to do the pondering. This Saturday, May 20th marks the
Academy of Art Hosts Their 2018 Spring Show in San Francisco (Sponsored)

Academy of Art Hosts Their 2018 Spring Show in San Francisco (Sponsored)

Academy of Art University’s 2018 Spring Show officially opens on Thursday, May 17, 2018, from 7:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., to showcase the finest student work from the Academy’s emerging talents in all
Kazuki Takamatsu Premieres New Solo Show at Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome and London

Kazuki Takamatsu Premieres New Solo Show at Dorothy Circus Gallery in Rome and London

Kazuki Takamatsu is premiering 16 new paintings for the Dorothy Circus Gallery's inaugural London exhibit, titled For Tomorrow. Twelve pieces will be displayed in their Rome location on June first,
Nathaniel Russell's "Peace Jazz" at Gallery 16

Nathaniel Russell's "Peace Jazz" at Gallery 16

Gallery 16 is hosting a solo exhibition of work from one of our long-time friends and favorites, Nathaniel Russell. Russell's work has graced the pages of Juxtapoz and the New York Times on more than
Giovanni Reda Leads a Vision Walk in Los Angeles

Giovanni Reda Leads a Vision Walk in Los Angeles

Raised in a blue-collar neighborhood of Brooklyn where most didn't get the chance or never chose to venture very far from, Giovanni Reda's interest in skateboarding and photography exposed him to a
Matthew Namour Gallery Opens a New Group Show With Ron English and More

Matthew Namour Gallery Opens a New Group Show With Ron English and More

Matthew Namour Gallery is debuting a brand new group exhibition in their Montréal gallery space. The show will feature some of the most prominent figures in contemporary art, including some mainstays
Zoer Is Exploring The Form of Man Made Objects

Zoer Is Exploring The Form of Man Made Objects

French artist Zoer is currently having his first solo exhibition in Spain, presenting a new body of work at Bilbao's SC Gallery. Running through June 7th, "La Forme" consists of all new paintings
Merging Identities: Keith Rankin On Ohio, Running a Record Label, and His Surreal Artwork

Merging Identities: Keith Rankin On Ohio, Running a Record Label, and His Surreal Artwork

Keith Rankin is an illustrator, musician, and producer based in Columbus, Ohio. Also known by his music-moniker Giant Claw, he is the co-owner of Orange Milk Records with Seth Graham, a small record
Pejac's Waterline is coming to Paris

Pejac's Waterline is coming to Paris

Pejac, featured in our current Spring 2018 issue of Juxtapoz, just announced another pop-up event to be held this June in Paris. After a successful, self-produced showcase in Venice last year, the
David Schermann's Photographs Explore Solitude Through the Character of a Space Man

David Schermann's Photographs Explore Solitude Through the Character of a Space Man

A thoughtful and beautifully colored photographic series about solitude and alienness, but also about passion and love. He uses the character of a spaceman juxtapozed against a familiar yet alien
RETNA Designs Featured In the Seattle Opera's Rendition of "Aida"

RETNA Designs Featured In the Seattle Opera's Rendition of "Aida"

Graffiti legend RETNA recently collaborated with the Seattle Opera for their production of Aida, which opened at the McCaw Hall earlier this month, after debuting in San Francisco in 2016. The