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SINGULAR DUALITY: ME CAN MAKE WE: Amoako Boafo @ Roberts Projects, Los Angeles
From the moment his paintings began to find an international audience, you knew that Amoako Boafo would be a star. There was a rawness and vulnerability to his portraits, a deep understanding of pattern and texture and the prominence of the subject. Perhaps it is because he paints with his fingers, but you can feel the artist care in each touch of paint to surface. In our Spring 2021 Quarterly feature on the artist, Boafo said “This lack of instrumental barrier sets me free and diffuses a barrier between myself and the subject. I am able to connect with the subject in a more intimate way, which allows me to create an expressive skin tone. I don’t think this type of…
Posted on 20 September 2021 | 7:58 am
Kayla Mahaffey: Chicago Hope
Like clusters of colorful balloons bobbing with uncontained hope and perseverance, the wide-eyed children thriving in Kayla Mahffey’s portraits strive with a bright determination. 
Posted on 20 September 2021 | 7:55 am
Mark Yang Kicks Off Various Small Fires'
As an inaugural presentation at and Milk, a newly opened, smaller project space within Various Small Fires in Los Angeles, the gallery is currently introducing a new suite of paintings by Mark Yang. As one of the artists using the human body as an endless source of inspiration and inexhaustible reference, the Korean-born and Brooklyn-based artist is particularly interested in the male body with an emphasis on male intimacy.
Posted on 20 September 2021 | 7:35 am
Tyler Mitchell: An Imaginative Arrangement of the Things Before Me
An Imaginative Arrangement of the Things Before Me is an exhibition of new works by artist Tyler Mitchell, a 2020 Gordon Parks Foundation Fellow, curated by Deborah Willis. Mitchell is known for his images that reflect and celebrate the vast beauty and intimacies of Black American life.
Posted on 20 September 2021 | 7:32 am
Lack of Pleasure: A Conversation with Jillian Evelyn
"I think a lot of people related to the New York Times calling out this feeling as 'languishing'," Jillian Evelyn said of her new solo show, Lack of Pleasure, opening at Hashimoto Contemporary on September 18th. "That feeling is all I could conjure when I sat down to draw, its all I could see in a lot of the people around me...I was looking for ways to dissociate. This body of work is just that, it’s being stuck & the moments we try to push past it." As she was set to open her inaugural solo show with the gallery, we asked Evelyn a few questions about her sharpened work, determined characters and the opening of the world. 
Posted on 17 September 2021 | 6:42 pm
Nirvana
In October 28, 1991, just as Nirvana were tearing up the rock'n'roll rule book with their major label debut Nevermind, Austin photographer Kirk Weddle was commissioned to shoot the band for photos to promote the impending blitz. His idea? Toss the band into a swimming pool to mimic the album's infamous naked baby cover image he’d shot a few months earlier.
Posted on 17 September 2021 | 9:26 am
Nick Brandt's
The Day May Break is an exhibition of new works by Nick Brandt, made in 2020, portraying people and animals that have been impacted by environmental degradation and destruction.
Posted on 17 September 2021 | 7:22 am
Shepard Fairey, D*Face and Kai and Sunny Display
StolenSpace are pleased to welcome world renowned artists, D*Face, Kai & Sunny and Shepard Fairey in an unique collaborative exhibition.
Posted on 17 September 2021 | 7:13 am
Kayla Mahaffey: Remember the Time @ Thinkspace Projects, Los Angeles
"Cartoons have always been special to me, and I even considered becoming a cartoonist," Kayla Mahaffey told us in our Fall 2021 Quarterly. "Later, I saw the work it took to become one, and said I’ll stick to paintings that don’t move. Maybe that’s why I try to add motion into my still concepts." When looking at her new solo show, Remember the Time, opening at Thinkspace Projects on September 18th, there is a perfect combination of cartoon and fine art, motion and stillness that make her works continue to grow. 
Posted on 17 September 2021 | 7:04 am
Juxtapoz Shop Exclusive: Jane Dickson's 3-Print Suite
On the occasion of the Fall 2021 Quarterly and a feature on NYC-based Jane Dickson, we are releasing 3 prints with the artist as timed-releases: Puddle Jumping 8th Avenue, Live XXX and Roses and Tattoos. The works will be available on Shop.Juxtapoz.com from September 16—23, 2021.
Posted on 16 September 2021 | 11:27 am

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