Presenting a gallery of underground artists who influence much of the graphics, fashion, and new art seen today, Juxtapoz gives readers the latest in modern art worldwide! Each issue features interviews and reviews of artists, as well as photos from galleries and exhibits, rare sketches, portfolios, and full-color layouts of painters and cartoonists and their works.
Knowing how many significant events occurred in and around 1967, especially in San Francisco, there is something so resonant about San Francisco’s de Young Museum, residing directly in the middle of Golden Gate Park, the epicenter of the Summer of Love, to now be hosting the exhibition, The Summer of Love Experience: Art, Fashion, and Rock & Roll, through August 20, 2017. It really couldn’t be any other place. In honor of the 50th Anniversary of the Summer of Love, Juxtapoz is pleased to present a special cover story on the events of 1967, with a cover image from the infamous Stanley Mouse and Alton Kelley psychedelic poster for the Grateful Dead.
Also in the June 2017 issue: —We take a trip to Mark Ryden’s ballet —Daniel Arnold takes us on a street photography tour —Shantell Martin paints the room —Paco Pomet gives surrealism a new name —Jason Bard Yarmosky preps a museum show in Maine —Shiri Mordechay takes us in the insomniac’s garden —Sonnenzimmer gives us a printmaking history of Chicago —Kenya’s Joseph Bertiers makes masterful pop paintings —Timothy Saccenti and Christian Joy make fashion harmony —Studio Elana Schlenker has the fresh fruit … —… and At The Drive-In is Back and Making Art Sounds….
126 page full color magazine
High Speed Productions, 2017