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Thank you to everyone who came out for @k8klingbeil and @lilmeggyc ’s two-person show at the @juxprojects gallery, we are so proud of the exhibition. As of this month, Juxtapoz Projects will be transitioning out of Mana Contemporary New Jersey. We are so grateful to our fans and followers who have showed us support through this initial project and can’t wait to bring new and engaging programming to our audience. We’ve got some exciting things lined up for the year and Juxtapoz Projects will continue to serve as an inclusive platform for emerging artists and creators. Stay tuned! ❤️

2019-04-20 18:42

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Thank you to everyone who came out for @k8klingbeil and @lilmeggyc ’s two-person show at the @juxprojects gallery, we are so proud of the exhibition. As of this month, Juxtapoz Projects will be transitioning out of Mana Contemporary New Jersey. We are so grateful to our fans and followers who have showed us support through this initial project and can’t wait to bring new and engaging programming to our audience. We’ve got some exciting things lined up for the year and Juxtapoz Projects will continue to serve as an inclusive platform for emerging artists and creators. Stay tuned! ❤️

Calder performing the "Circus" from a 1955 film by Jean Painleve. #AlexanderCalder via the research of @chicojefferson for #juxsaturdayschool

2019-04-20 16:23

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Calder performing the "Circus" from a 1955 film by Jean Painleve. #AlexanderCalder via the research of @chicojefferson for #juxsaturdayschool

Happy Bicycle Day!!! Here’s some relevant artwork by @pupsintrouble from his new book “Brian Blomerth’s Bicycle Day” with @anthology and a foreword by Dennis McKenna. Drops this June.

2019-04-20 00:11

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Happy Bicycle Day!!! Here’s some relevant artwork by @pupsintrouble from his new book “Brian Blomerth’s Bicycle Day” with @anthology and a foreword by Dennis McKenna. Drops this June.

The Man. The Myth. The Legend. @steadmanart at the @vansvault / @wildaid event in NYC, debuting his new line of shoes with @vans and in conversation with @trevornoah 🔥

2019-04-18 23:47

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The Man. The Myth. The Legend. @steadmanart at the @vansvault / @wildaid event in NYC, debuting his new line of shoes with @vans and in conversation with @trevornoah 🔥

@nuartaberdeen is kicking off this week! Check out our Story the next few days! 🎥 @fifthwalltv

2019-04-18 15:33

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@nuartaberdeen is kicking off this week! Check out our Story the next few days! 🎥 @fifthwalltv

 #RadioJuxtapoz podcast episode 12, live from @thcrstlshp with @vanessa_alice @artistcrystalwagner @case_maclaim hosted by @fifthwalltv 👆👆👆 link in bio

2019-04-17 23:05

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#RadioJuxtapoz podcast episode 12, live from @thcrstlshp with @vanessa_alice @artistcrystalwagner @case_maclaim hosted by @fifthwalltv 👆👆👆 link in bio

Towards the end of his career, American painter Norman Rockwell began to explore substantially more controversial imagery in his work. This piece, titled “The Jury,” was published on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 14th, 1959. In the last decade, the painting has also gained an alternate title; “Being A Woman On The Internet.”

2019-04-17 17:51

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Towards the end of his career, American painter Norman Rockwell began to explore substantially more controversial imagery in his work. This piece, titled “The Jury,” was published on the cover of The Saturday Evening Post, February 14th, 1959. In the last decade, the painting has also gained an alternate title; “Being A Woman On The Internet.”

“s. I like the strange still life, the corner of a painting, the close crop of two hands touching. Then I often come up with mental images and leave space for free association. One thing leads to another...” — @julietuyetcurtiss in the Spring 2019 @juxtapozmag

2019-04-16 16:31

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“s. I like the strange still life, the corner of a painting, the close crop of two hands touching. Then I often come up with mental images and leave space for free association. One thing leads to another...” — @julietuyetcurtiss in the Spring 2019 @juxtapozmag

A mind-melter from @brunopontiroli 
See some of @brunopontiroli ‘s work and much, much more at this year’s @monikerartfair in New York from May 1-5. We’ll be posting more details soon

2019-04-15 23:37

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A mind-melter from @brunopontiroli See some of @brunopontiroli ‘s work and much, much more at this year’s @monikerartfair in New York from May 1-5. We’ll be posting more details soon

Read our review of the incredible @daltmejd show at @whitecube Hong Kong on our site today. One of the best shows of 2019... 📷 @sashabogojev

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Read our review of the incredible @daltmejd show at @whitecube Hong Kong on our site today. One of the best shows of 2019... 📷 @sashabogojev

We need this mellow groove to kick off our week. @masonlondon for @kiefdaddysupreme via @stonesthrow

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We need this mellow groove to kick off our week. @masonlondon for @kiefdaddysupreme via @stonesthrow

It’s hard to avoid romanticizing the surreal story of two friends working together at a Georgetown Häagen-Dazs would go on to define the two major strands of DIY punk in the 1980s and 1990s. Those two friends were Henry Rollins, of Black Flag and later the Rollins Band, and Ian Mackaye who formed The Evens, Fugazi, and of course, Minor Threat. We can save Rollins’ story for a different Sunday, because today we’re zeroing in one of the most unique bands in American music history, Minor Threat.

Despite their gigantic influence in almost all things DIY, Minor Threat technically only made one studio album, 1983’s “Out of Step.” However their 1989 compilation, simply titled “Complete Discography” is the image and sound most folks would identify with the band, especially the album’s cover photograph of Mackaye’s younger brother Alec, head in hands, with the band’s name written boldly along the right side. The photograph was taken by Susie Josephson and the type was created by Cynthia Connolly, originally for the green-tinted cover of Minor Threat’s EP “In My Eyes” and earlier compilation “Minor Threat.” Their “Complete Discography” is a perfect expression of their DIY ethos; a forty seven minute long album with twenty six songs that speak truth to power, and if you had five bucks, you could see it all when they came to town.

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It’s hard to avoid romanticizing the surreal story of two friends working together at a Georgetown Häagen-Dazs would go on to define the two major strands of DIY punk in the 1980s and 1990s. Those two friends were Henry Rollins, of Black Flag and later the Rollins Band, and Ian Mackaye who formed The Evens, Fugazi, and of course, Minor Threat. We can save Rollins’ story for a different Sunday, because today we’re zeroing in one of the most unique bands in American music history, Minor Threat. Despite their gigantic influence in almost all things DIY, Minor Threat technically only made one studio album, 1983’s “Out of Step.” However their 1989 compilation, simply titled “Complete Discography” is the image and sound most folks would identify with the band, especially the album’s cover photograph of Mackaye’s younger brother Alec, head in hands, with the band’s name written boldly along the right side. The photograph was taken by Susie Josephson and the type was created by Cynthia Connolly, originally for the green-tinted cover of Minor Threat’s EP “In My Eyes” and earlier compilation “Minor Threat.” Their “Complete Discography” is a perfect expression of their DIY ethos; a forty seven minute long album with twenty six songs that speak truth to power, and if you had five bucks, you could see it all when they came to town.

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