You are beautiful,
Everyone is beautiful,
Transcendence and purity.
Everyone thinks of others and the world is in balance.
Mexico has one of the richest art histories of any country we cover, and of the moment, it has some of the best artists we cover as well. Juxtapoz has a long history with Mexico City in particular, as we had offices there recently and had a fantastic showing of contemporary Mexico-based artists back in
We never tried to hide the fact that we’re big fans of everything Ed Templeton. From regularly featuring his exhibitions, book releases, commissioned works, and other projects through the years, over a podcast episode with him and Deanna Templeton on Radio Juxtapoz, to having him as a cover artist of our June 2016 issue, he’s got
Archaeologists in Oman have found 4,000-year-old stone board game at a Bronze and Iron Age settlement site near the village of Ayn Bani Saidah in the northern Hajar mountains’ Qumayrah Valley. “Such finds are rare, but examples are known from an area stretching from India, through Mesopotamia even to the Eastern Mediterranean,” Piotr Bielinski, a
In August 1932, Venice raised the curtain on the world’s first film festival, showing Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde as the first in a fortnight of screenings during the city’s famed Biennale. Conceived as a showcase for new films amid a tide of American imports, it was a European cultural salvo that echoed down the