Juxtapoz #214

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Juxtapoz connects modern genres like psychedelic and hot rod art, graffiti, street art, and illustration, to the context of broader more historically recognized genres of art like Pop, assemblage, old master painting, and conceptual art.

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Created in one of the most tumultuous times in our 26 years as a print publication, Juxtapoz is excited to share our newest Quarterly edition, Summer 2020 Issue #214. For the cover story and artwork, we had Brooklyn-based painter, Kelly Beeman, premiere one of her newest watercolor works, a painting that spoke to our current global mood of both harmony, togetherness, anxiety and fear. We also share in-depth conversations Jose Parla, Felipe Pantone, Calida Rawles, Anna Weyant, Jess Johnson, Molly Bounds and Koichi Sato, as well as stories on the history of Levi’s, Heath Ceramics. Summer 2020 also highlights the works of Bill Posters, Kristine Potter, Yu Maeda, 1010. And in perhaps a perfect tale of these past months, we get a journal from Martin Machado as he took a riverboat from San Francisco to Sacramento, at the early stages of the pandemic, away from the news and one with the natural world.

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