Art Truancy: Celebrating 20 Years of Juxtapoz Magazine at Jonathan Levine Gallery

Posted by The G on May 21, 2014 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.  Various Artists.

Juxtapoz 20 - Alex Gross

Juxtapoz 20 – Alex Gross

New York!  Head over to Jonathan Levine Gallery to celebrate 20 years of Juxtapoz Magazine with their exhibit Art Truancy.

Juxtapoz 20 - Mark Ryden

Juxtapoz 20 – Mark Ryden

The exhibit features so many of my favorite artists who’ve been featured on this site before and a few that are new to me.

Juxtapoz 20 - Brett Amory

Juxtapoz 20 – Brett Amory

The full lists of artists featured are:  Alex Gross, Alex Pardee, Andrew Schoultz, Brett Amory, Camille Rose Garcia, Chloe Early, Clayton Brothers,  Conor Harrington, Craola, Dennis McNett, Don Ed Hardy, Doze Green, Dr. Lakra, Faile, Frank Kozik, Gary Baseman, Grotesk, Horkey, How & Nosm, James Jean,
James Marshall (Dalek), Jeff Soto, Jeremy Fish, Jeremy Geddes, Josh Agle (Shag), Marion Peck, Mark Ryden, Maya Hayuk, Miss Van, Neckface, Olek, Parra, Pushead, Revok, Richard Colman, Robert Williams, Ron English, Sage Vaughn, Saner, Scott Musgrove, Seonna Hong, Shepard Fairey,
Swoon, Tara McPherson, Thomas Campbell, Tim Biskup, Todd James and Todd Schorr.  Whew!  What a lineup!

Juxtapoz 20 - Craola Simkins

Juxtapoz 20 – Craola Simkins

You can also see more photos on The Worley Gig.  (Link will open in a new window).

Juxtapoz 20 - Grotesk

Juxtapoz 20 – Grotesk

Art Truancy” is up through June 14, 2014 at two Levine spaces:  557C West 23rd Street and 529 West 20th Street in Manhattan.  Don’t miss it!

Juxtapoz 20 - Jeremy Fish

Juxtapoz 20 – Jeremy Fish

Summer Group Exhibition at Joshua Liner Gallery

Posted by The G on August 23, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | Read the First Comment

Photos by G.

Ian Francis - Three People Lose Track of Time in the Financial District of San Francisco

The Joshua Liner Gallery in New York has a cool group exhibition currently showing now through September 2, 2010 that features the work of a diverse group of 23 international artists.  You’ll see work from Cleon Peterson, David Kassan, Dennis McNett, Evan Hecox, Ian Francis, James Roper, Jeremy Fish, Jessica Joslin, Kris Kuksi, Mac, Mi Ju, Mike Davis, Oliver Vernon, Pema Rinzin, Pete Watts, Ryan Bradley, Ryan McLennan, Shawn Barber, SWOON, Tat Ito, Tiffany Bozic, Tomokazu Matsuyama and Tony Curanaj.  I’ve chosen 4 images to share to give you a sample of the works on display, but don’t just settle for pictures, go see this exhibit for yourself.

Kris Kuksi - The Plague Parade - Opus 3

The Summer Group Exhibition at the Joshua Liner Gallery runs until September 2, 2010 and is located at 528 West 28th Street, 3rd Floor.

See two more images after the jump.

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I Need Your Skull at the MF Gallery

Posted by The G on June 7, 2010 under Artsy Fartsy | 2 Comments to Read

Photos by G.

Art by Gilbert Oh.

The MF Gallery in Brooklyn has an amazing exhibit that is showing now through June 20, 2010 called “I Need Your Skull.”  The exhibit boasts dozens of artist renderings of skulls in all shapes, sizes, styles, mediums and colors.  It’s really cool!  The 30 plus international artists in the exhibit are as unique as the pieces they’ve created and the results are stunning.  When I toured the gallery, Martina Russo (the M in MF Gallery) told me that the gallery has started its most ambitious project yet – they are building a 20 foot 3-D skull to affix to the top of the building!  I saw a sketch of the skull design and it’s going to be really awesome!  All proceeds from the sales of the works in “I Need Your Skull” will be going towards the manifestation of their skull vision.  Once this exhibit closes, the following exhibit will be Zombies!  If it’s anything like “I Need Your Skull,” it’s going to be wonderful.  Thanks again to Martina for being so cool.  The MF Gallery is located at 213 Bond Street in Brooklyn.  You can see some more photos of this great exhibit either by clicking on the MF Gallery link above or by visiting Gail’s Rad Blog.

Art by Angie Mason.

See some more images of this really cool exhibit after the jump.

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