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Follow the slime trail: Aesop Rock Interviews Gunsho

Follow the slime trail: Aesop Rock Interviews Gunsho

Blood and mucus and things that leave a stain—New England’s purveyor of the grotesque, Gunsho, combines influences from comics, mythology, and the occult to illustrate a cast of warped creatures that
Juxtapoz Clubhouse 2018 Preview: Dosshaus and the "AmericOs" sculpture

Juxtapoz Clubhouse 2018 Preview: Dosshaus and the "AmericOs" sculpture

The previews and details are rolling in, and the 2018 Juxtapoz Clubhouse, taking over downtown Miami at 32-60 SE 1st Street, 48 Flagler Station and 200 E Flagler from December 6—9 (opening night is
GDS Brings a Bit of São Paulo to Montreal

GDS Brings a Bit of São Paulo to Montreal

GDS from São Paulo crew Os Cururu recently took a trip to Montreal, Canada, and hit some spots using a technique called Pixação that originated in his home city. The Brazilian style involves climbing
Jonni Cheatwood Dresses Up For The Letdown In His Latest Solo Show

Jonni Cheatwood Dresses Up For The Letdown In His Latest Solo Show

Hong Kong's Over the Influence is currently showing a solo exhibition by Jonni Cheatwood titled Dressed Up For the Letdown. On view since November 2nd, this showcase rounds out a successful year for
KAWS: Art Louder Than Words

KAWS: Art Louder Than Words

It’s hard not to notice the astronomical change in the art landscape over the past 25 years. The notoriety and fame that a generation of artists have achieved while still active in both the fine art
Winter 2019 Issue with KAWS, Swoon, Andy Warhol, REVOK Celebrates 25 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine

Winter 2019 Issue with KAWS, Swoon, Andy Warhol, REVOK Celebrates 25 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine

Over the past 25 years, we at Juxtapoz have seen our scope grow from the underground scenes of pop surrealism, graffiti, comics and collectibles become a worldwide phenomenon. As the Winter 2019 issue
Sound and Vision: Nas' "Illmatic"

Sound and Vision: Nas' "Illmatic"

Nas’ 1994 debut album Illmatic is the type of album that comes around once in a generation, if that. The Queens-born rapper had made a splash in the NYC underground scene in the preceding years,
Symbols of Death, Signs of Life: A Review of New Works by Emilio Villalba

Symbols of Death, Signs of Life: A Review of New Works by Emilio Villalba

Emilio Villalba @ Modern Eden Gallery by Matt Gonzalez At first glance, Emilio Villalba’s new paintings at Modern Eden Gallery seem to be a departure from the dramatic portrait work he has become
Ryan Mosley's Under Moon @ Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp

Ryan Mosley's Under Moon @ Tim Van Laere Gallery, Antwerp

Tim Van Laere Gallery is currently showing their second solo exhibition of Ryan Mosley, titled Under Moon. As the title suggests, the new series of paintings is directly inspired by the looming
TWOONE explores the power of the "Object" at Backwoods Gallery

TWOONE explores the power of the "Object" at Backwoods Gallery

Pushing his expansive practice even further, Hiroyasu Tsuri aka TWOONE communicates concepts of value and objectivity through depicting objects across a vast range of media in his new series, OBJECT.
Pejac Installs A Stone Water Well in The High Seas

Pejac Installs A Stone Water Well in The High Seas

Pejac, the Spanish artist we featured in the Spring 2018 issue, recently revealed his latest "public" intervention, continuing his ongoing series of work that aims towards raising awareness about the
Behind The Mesmerizing Mandalas of James Stanford's "Shimmering Zen"

Behind The Mesmerizing Mandalas of James Stanford's "Shimmering Zen"

Contemporary artist James Stanford opened a new exhibition featuring photomontages of vintage Las Vegas landmarks and the city’s famed neon signs. The free exhibit, titled Shimmering Zen opened on
Mando Marie Checks Out in New Solo Show at Montreal's Station 16 Gallery

Mando Marie Checks Out in New Solo Show at Montreal's Station 16 Gallery

Station 16 Gallery is opening a new solo exhibition by Mando Marie titled Checked Out. The show highlights Marie’s iconic "Reading Girl" series as well as several pieces combining vintage book covers,
Tomoo Gokita Introducing Taka Ishii Gallery's New Concept-Based Shop in Hong Kong

Tomoo Gokita Introducing Taka Ishii Gallery's New Concept-Based Shop in Hong Kong

Taka Ishii Gallery recently announced the opening of SHOP Taka Ishii Gallery, a new concept-based store in Hong Kong which will exhibit and offer artworks by their artists and other select products.
Two Purple Tigers: Josh Sperling's Sculptural Paintings On View in Seoul

Two Purple Tigers: Josh Sperling's Sculptural Paintings On View in Seoul

Josh Sperling does things with a canvas that we didn’t think were possible. The works bend and blend, becoming both object and painting at the same time. This sort of aesthetic, combined with
Brandon Stanciell Reframes Blackness and Masculinity in His Moving New Series

Brandon Stanciell Reframes Blackness and Masculinity in His Moving New Series

"Black men are commonly seen in society as monolithic, being the same person, having the same interests or feelings. 37 niggas, as photographer Brandon Stanciell explains, aims to dismantle that
Jewels and Gems From Around the Globe at San Francisco's Legion of Honor

Jewels and Gems From Around the Globe at San Francisco's Legion of Honor

“Things do happen and you find that gemstones follow the greatest power.” In describing the path of the French crown jewels, Fine Arts Museums Curator Martin Chapman charts these polished passages
Jaune Brings His Little Dudes to Amsterdam

Jaune Brings His Little Dudes to Amsterdam

Almost 2 years since his debut show with Vroom & Varossieau gallery in Amsterdam, Jaune will return to the Dutch capital for a new solo exhibition. After turning the entire gallery space into an