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Beautiful, Still: Colby Deal's Photographs of Life in the Third Ward
Beautiful, Still. is the first monograph from photographer Colby Deal, documenting the people, objects, and environments of everyday life in the Third Ward neighborhood in Houston, Texas, where the a
August 16, 2022
Radio Juxtapoz ep 092: Glenn Lutz is Asking Us to Find Ourselves
We are asking more questions these days, aren't we? As fractured as we all seem, as disjointed and uncertain the present and future may seem, we are beginning to have conversations about how we face
August 04, 2022
Romantic Lowlife Fantasies: A Conversation with Laura June Kirsch + Book Signing Update
Last year we announced the release of Romantic Lowlife Fantasies, a collection of photos of Juxtapoz contributor and Brooklyn-based Laura June Kirsch. This month, Kirsch will be celebr
August 03, 2022
Luo Yang's Latest Book Continues Her Story of Youth Culture in China
When we talk about “Ba ling hou” (born after the 1980s) in China, we are actually talking about the first generation born under the one-child policy and raised during the reform and opening up le
August 02, 2022
New Book Release with "Decade: 2011- 2021: Andrew Schoultz"
Hashimoto Contemporary and Paragon Books are pleased to present Decade: 2011 - 2021—a new artist monograph and accompanying retrospective exhibition by Los Angeles-based Andrew Schoultz.
July 15, 2022
Swoon Announces Her New Monograph, "The Red Skein"
It seems wild that Swoon hasn't put out a book in over 12 years. The legendary street artist has gone through many different projects and iterations in this decade plus, from museum shows to stop-mot
July 14, 2022
An Exploration of Identity, Transformation and Coming-of-Age in the Amazon
Daniel Jack Lyons’ debut monograph, Like a River, continues the American artist’s long-term commitments to visualizing the social and political rights of under-represented communities. Initially
July 07, 2022
Rinko Kawauchi's Beautiful Photographs of an Art Welfare Facility
Japanese photographer Rinko Kawauchi spent three years visiting and photographing the members of Atelier Yamanami, an art center and welfare facility for the disabled that has been gaining recognitio
July 05, 2022
Larry Towell's Friendship with the Old Colony Mennonites
"In 1989, I discovered them in my own back yard, land-hungry and dirt poor. They came looking for work in the vegetable fields and fruit orchards of Lambton, Essex, Kent and Haldimand-Norfolk Countie
June 22, 2022
New Book: Felipe Pantone: PRAESENTIA
When we sat down with Spanish artist Felipe Pantone for the Radio Juxtapoz podcast in early 2020, before Covid altered all our lives forever, he was talking about the future. Not just a year from the
June 16, 2022
Curran Hatleberg's New Book is an Episodic Hallucination of Life Lived Outdoors
Curran Hatleberg is known for traveling America, guided by intuition, to create scenes of American life and landscape. Working collaboratively with the people he meets, he recounts intimate stories o
June 10, 2022
Thomas Campbell on "Artisan United: Skateboard Illustration and Fine Art" Book
On the occasion of the new Santa Cruz book, Artisan United, filmmakers Jason Arnold and Joey Ruiz sat down with Thomas Campbell to talk about his life in skate, art and creating.
June 09, 2022
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