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  • Objecting Reality in Hong Kong

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  We are still catching up on all the things that went down in Hong Kong a few weeks back, and WOAW Gallery’s Objecting Reality, a group exhibition curated by our old friend Sasha Bogojev, was high on the list. The group exhibition showcases recent paintings of 11 distinguished…

  • A Portfolio: Catherine Repko

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  We are back with A Portfolio, and today we look at London-based Catherine Repko’s paintings. According to her gallery, HuxleyParlour, “Catherine Repko’s current practice explores the relationship between the artist and her three sisters. Intimate and poignant, Repko’s work examines familial bonds, identity and humanity, examining both…

  • Graphic Designer Captures Pantone Hues Across Landscapes and Cities

    Source Design You Trust  Today, I would like to offer you the opportunity to observe how graphic designer Andrea Antoni (previously featured) interprets the world through the use of Pantone colors. Everyone has a different point of view on the world. As a result of Antoni’s vision, landscapes and cityscapes are transformed into stunning color…

  • The Emotional and Poetic Portraits of Sena Adjovi

    Source Design You Trust  The ethereal portraits by Montreal artist Sena Adjovi evoke the cadence and resonance of poetry. Rendered in delicate lines and muted hues, her subjects emerge through a veil of gentle distortion and fragmentation, as if materializing from the gossamer threads of memory. Adjovi’s figures are often fading or incompletely realized, dissolving…

  • Austin Leong “A Wonderful Offer” @ Climate Control, SF

    Source Juxtapoz Magazine – Juxtapoz Magazine – Home  In A Wonderful Offer, Austin Leong’s first solo exhibition in San Francisco, a three-part narrative unfolds, blending disparate temporal layers: familial footage from the late 50s, the sonic landscape of the 60s via a single album by the San Francisco Psych Rock band Fifty Foot Hose, and…

  • Spectral Transformations: The Macabre Masterpieces of Roberto Diaz’s Artworks

    Source Design You Trust  Roberto Diaz’s mixed-media art is both unsettling and captivating. Using a blend of traditional drawing and digital painting techniques, Diaz creates surreal portraits of historical figures marred by monstrous alterations. His somber palette, reminiscent of the Old Masters, contrasts with vivid reds depicting blood and flesh. Each piece strikes a balance…

  • The Unique Style of Jose Gallego Gallego’s Fallas Art

    Source Design You Trust  Jose Gallego Gallego, born on February 21, 1980, in Gandia, is a renowned Fallas artist. He began his career at the age of eighteen, apprenticing under notable artists like José Sanchis, Palacio, Serra, and Pere Baenas. His solo career started in Beniarjó, where he opened his workshop. Gallego’s work is characterized…

  • In Billowing Sculptures, Joris Kuipers Suspends Cloud-Like ‘Gardens’ from the Ceiling

    Source Colossal   “Jardin Suspendus 3.” All images © Joris Kuipers, shared with permission Although trained in traditional painting techniques, Dutch artist Joris Kuipers isn’t satisfied with the constraints of a rectangular frame or pieces that sit stationary on the wall. His undulating, cloud-like installations appear to float and flutter as if a clump of giant,…

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