Entries Tagged as 'Juxtapoz Magazine'

Friday, May 28th, 2010

Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera [for Juxtapoz Magazine]

An exhibition intended to open discussion about surveillance and the gaze, Exposed: Voyeurism, Surveillance and the Camera opens this week at London’s Tate Modern. The show explores themes of eroticism, celebrity, violence and security in the world around us. Over 250 works have been selected by Tate Modern in conjunction with the San Francisco Museum […]

Monday, April 19th, 2010

Cut and Fade Out: Juxtapoz Feature on Miss Bugs

My latest piece for Juxtapoz Magazine is a feature on London’s Miss Bugs. It’s strange because although I really like them as people, I know they’re capable of better work than what’s being produced. I wish they’d shake the fear of being labeled political and actually embrace that element in their work – collage and […]

Tuesday, October 20th, 2009

Mutate Britain 09

After an enforced day off, I hauled my languid self to Ladbroke Grove to the Mutate Britain show for its private view. Knowing full well I wouldn’t get anywhere near seeing the art, I busied myself by fixing a grin on my face and calling people “darling”. I did, however, catch up with a few […]

Tuesday, September 29th, 2009

Kindred Times and Future Goodbyes

A few weeks ago, I went to an abandoned shell of a building in Tel Aviv to cover a show called “Kindred Times and Future Goodbyes” for Juxtapoz Magazine. It was put on by arguably the best artists in that town’s street art scene – Know Hope, Klone, Zero Cents, and Foma. Know Hope put […]