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Juxtapoz Exclusive: The Bronx Release
“We were introduced to The Bronx years ago when we were living in Australia,” DabsMyla says. “Our friend we were painting graffiti with had the first Bronx album playing in  his car while we were driving to the spot and from that point on we were both hooked. Being fans and getting to create artwork for the "Superbloom" single has been an honor!” And with that, we are excited to share the new single off the upcoming The Bronx LP, Bronx VI. 
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 7:30 pm
Radio Juxtapoz ep 071: BEEPLE is Just Making Art, Everyday
There's probably a good chance that you heard the news that BEEPLE, the graphic artist born as Mike Winkelmann, had just sold the third most expensive piece of artwork for a living artist and thought to yourself, "WTF is a BEEPLE?" Or if you were me you said just a plain "WTF?"  Sure, you probably knew a little bit about NFTs (Winkelmann had only just started working with NFTs in October 2020), but the fact that someone had paid $69,346,250 on March 11, 2021 for his work  Everydays: the First 5000 Days, the massive JPEG collage of images from his Everydays series, kind of felt like either a game-changer, an insane hedge, a turning point, a blip, a hero moment,…
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 10:27 am
Lone Wolf Sunset: Up High With Helen Bur
Meeting Helen Bur at the Artscape mural festival in Sweden was memorable in itself. I had borrowed her 60-foot boom lift as we anticipated her arrival. The night she flew into town, as I handed over the keys, I asked if she needed a video projector to sketch her mural on the massive 4-story wall that awaited. The way she looked at me—with this wisdom her eyes carry—I might as well have asked if she painted with noodles instead of brushes. She wasn’t judging the use of projectors, or critical of the question, but she’s clearly a purist, a magician with no need for technical support. Purists don’t use projectors, but they do pack Swiss army knives.
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 7:30 am
Made in the Dark: Coady Brown's International Solo Debut @ Stems Gallery, Brussels
Earlier this year we've featured Domesticated, a group show curated by the artist Coady Brown over at Richar Heller gallery in LA, but we've been long overdue featuring Brown's own work too. And what better occasion to do so than announcing her upcoming international solo debut which will open on April 21st over at Stems Gallery in Brussels.
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 7:18 am
Second City: Street Photographs by Jesse Marlow
“When I was at photography school, every few weeks our photojournalism teacher would send the class off into the city on 'Citywalks'. With an otherwise open brief, our only task was to keep an eye out for interesting scenes or moments. The aim was for students to open their minds visually by exploring our home town. I was instantly hooked by the freedom and unpredictability of shooting in this style. After studying, I spent the next five years exploring the Melbourne CBD thoroughfares and surrounding suburbs, slowly compiling the body of work Second City. I would often start and finish my day by sitting on the steps of Flinders Street Station, observing people as they moved in and around the…
Posted on 21 April 2021 | 7:08 am
New Book: Tattoo Artist Bert Krak and Friends Release
One of the highlights of Beyond the Streets' Brookyln exhibition was the interactive back-porch style tattoo parlor Magic Touch with Bert Krak on the tattoos and Alexis Ross on the structure. Krak was able to knock out over 100 tattoos over the summer, and much of that documentation is now part of the new book of the same name, Magic Touch, available at BTS. 
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 11:52 am
The Artist is Online: Painting and Sculpture in the Postdigital Age
We were a tad late covering this one, but we loved the show enought to give it a bit of a postscript. KÖNIG in Berlin just showed THE ARTIST IS ONLINE. PAINTING AND SCULPTURE IN THE POSTDIGITAL AGE curated by Anika Meier and Johann König, celebrating the interconnectivity of art and technology. Featuring around 70 works by 50 artists who are at home on social media and many of which were featured on Juxtapoz in the past, the exhibition presented ways of digitizing painting, visualizing data sets, and reflecting the mobility of images.From the exhibition press release: "For the generation of artists born around 1990, painting in the post-digital age has become a mashup of art-historical references, most evidently, when the…
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 7:52 am
Michal Chelbin: How to Dance the Waltz
Michal Chelbin’s photographs of acrobats and traveling troupes in Eastern Europe have earned her wide acclaim. In this new body of work taken over the last five years, Chelbin trains her eye on students in military boarding schools, matador training academies, and teenagers in Ukraine preparing for their proms.
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 7:23 am
Dis-Connection: A Conversation with Juan Manuel Sanabria, Winner of Surreal Salon 13
Every year, we celebrate the Baton Rouge Gallery's annual Surreal Salon, a juried competition that focuses on the pop-surrealist/lowbrow movement. This year, judged by Thinkspace's Andrew Hosner, the winner was Out of the Blue by Argentinian painter Juan Manuel Sanabria. This week, we got a chance to sit down with the painter to discuss his win, the work in particular and his practice around the idea of "dis-connection." 
Posted on 20 April 2021 | 7:14 am
1XRUN Celebrates the Annual LSD Holiday, April 19th, aka
It's been 78 years since Dr. Albert Hoffman famously discovered the psychoactive properties of LSD before stumbling off his bicycle. We like to celebrate this day because let's be honest; it was the pivotal moment for all the art, music, literature, film and probably all food we like too for all we know. Our friends at 1XRUN always celebrate what is called "Bicycle Day" with a special print series drop, often asking contemporary artists to give a spin on the famed 1960's psychedelic poster art style. And of course, on blotter paper. 
Posted on 19 April 2021 | 3:06 pm