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Juxtapoz, Fall 2019

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Publishing art that inspires and provokes, the acclaimed, independantly published art and design mag Juxtapoz shakes the establishment, loosening conventions and ideas. Holding back on the essays but notching up practical articles and tips that matter, Juxtapoz provides artists from all the mediums with a platform that enourages discussion, thought and exploration. Essential reading for adventurous artists and art professionals.

In this issue:

Juxtapoz Magazine is proud to close out its 25th year with one of our most wide-ranging issues we have ever published! For issue Fall 2019, issue 211, we are excited to showcase a cover story on Baltimore-born, Brooklyn-based fine artist, Derrick Adams. The Fall 2019 issue feels like an ideal companion to this overarching camaraderie and authenticity. To have our founder, Robert Williams, featured for his newest works and show, alongside Derrick Adams, who has emerged over the past five years as one of the most exciting painters of his generation, is a perfect example. That Naudline Pierre and Alicia McCarthy are pages away from each other, Anna Park and Tomoo Gokita as well—it’s not a passing of the baton, but finding ways to build a kinship between the generations, no matter where they are in their respective careers. That is what we have been striving for since 1994, and in the Fall of 2019, we savor the momentum. In Fall 2019: Features on Derrick Adams, Robert Williams, Alicia McCarthy, Naudline Pierre, Anna Park, Tim Biskup, Michael Kagan, Tomoo Gokita, Heather Benjamin Spotlights on George Clinton and Fluevog, Kensuke Koike, Dave Shuten, Kendra Yee, Ruohan Wang, RVCA World Tour, Pedro Pedro, Mike Shine’s Berlin travels, Gil Bruvel, Sarah Cain, and the art history of Mickey Mouse at the Disney Family Museum.


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