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Radio Juxtapoz

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Audio conversations with the Juxtapoz staff on all things contemporary art, culture, music, street art, graffiti, art happenings and more.
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Audio conversations with the Juxtapoz staff on all things contemporary art, culture, music, street art, graffiti, art happenings and more.

More places to listen

029: Ron English On Art, Activism and Popaganda, Live from DesignerCon | Radio Juxtapoz
It's rare that you can sit down with one artist who represents so much of a cultural shift that you can't easily define where to start with their impact. Ron English is that artist. From street art, pop surrealism, activism, political art, public interventions, performance art, music, vinyl toys... the list could go on, but Ron English has played a major roll in shaping the directions in which contemporary art could and has gone over the last 4 decades.  The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast sat down with English at DesignerCon in sunny Southern California in mid-November 2019 for a wide-ranging (thank you iced Americanos!) conversation about not only the influential career he has had, but how the contemporary political climate has helped and hindered his art practice. Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco, who worked with English on a Juxtapoz Political Art issue back in 2012, sits back and let's the artist ruminate on Trump, street art and how DesignerCon has taken the baton for underground art expressions.  The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco. Subscribe to the Radio Juxtapoz podcast HERE.
1:02:36
November 29, 2019
028: Town & Country with Rebecca Morgan | Radio Juxtapoz
The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is back, live from the back of a restaurant in Chelsea! That's where we met up with Rebecca Morgan, a few days before her latest solo show at Asya Geisberg Gallery, Town & Country, was to come down. We have been huge fans of Morgan's work for years: she was part of our Juxtapoz x Superflat museum exhibition with Takashi Murakami, been featured in our print edition and has had work in other group shows we have curated. As a professor and artist, Morgan always has an interesting perspective on not only  her process of making art but a wider scope of how art can be communicated to others. Her characters are part self-reflection and almost mythical, fairy-tale-esque figures, and have a unique quality of being grotesque and salacious, comic book-like yet autobiographical. For episode 28 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, Morgan and Jux editor Evan Pricco indeed set themselves up in the backroom of Bottino on 10th Avenue on a Friday afternoon to discuss Town & Country, the widening gap between rural and urban America, growing up in Pennsylvania and Morgan's continued work in the academic world. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen from Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco. 
49:09
November 12, 2019
027: Art From the Protest, A Focus on Lebanon | Radio Juxtapoz
When we started the Radio Juxtapoz podcast almost 12 months ago, we never wanted it to be just about ONE thing. With so many different stories emerging around the globe where art was the center of protest and cultural shifts was something we wanted to talk about, and in recent weeks, our co-host Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV was able to spend sometime working on a series of stories from Lebanon. In episode 27 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, we speak to journalist Joey Ayoub and artist Jad El-Khoury to get an insight into what makes this wave of protests so significant in Lebanon. Having spent time with Jad at Nuart in Stavanger, Norway this past fall gave us a chance to hear his stories of process and the importance of his work in Beirut, and now we have an even wider-scope of the works and protest movements coming out of Lebanon at the moment. Subscribe to the Radio Juxtapoz podcast HERE. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco.
42:25
November 1, 2019
026: Radiohead's Visual Legacy and the Evolving Art of Stanley Donwood | Radio Juxtapoz
For nearly 30 years, Radiohead's visual identity has been established from the mind and evolving style of artist, Stanley Donwood. Like a 6th member of the band, his experiments in his own creative process have gone hand-in-hand with the band's constant reimagining of their own sound. Often embedded in the studio while album's are being made, Donwood listens, expands, visualizes and tells his own creative story while one of the biggest bands in the world tells their own. The bond has made for a consistent and special conversation between artist and musicians, one that rarely gets to grow together as music packaging has become more of a luxury.  On the eve of the release of his first monograph, There Will Be No Quiet, Radio Juxtapoz sat down with the British artist in Shoreditch before a few appearances he was making around London to coincide with the book. We talked about Donwood's unique partnership with Radiohead, his relationship to the early days of London street art and Lazarides Gallery and some of the newest collaborative work and public art projects that coincided with Thom Yorke's ANIMA record. Donwood's history is an incredible journey through music, literature and underground art, and in a candid interview, we get his story.  Subscribe to the Radio Juxtapoz podcast HERE. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco.
51:39
October 21, 2019
025: How Cities Talk To Us, Live From Social Surfaces in Manchester, UK | Radio Juxtapoz
"Interventions in urban spaces do not just equal resistance and opposition, they signify innovation and raise questions as to how cities come to be the way they are." That's a lovely quote from Adrian Burnham of Flying Leaps, and the centerpiece of this unique episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast. This week we are at Social Surfaces +0161 in Manchester, UK, where our co-host Doug Gillen spent the week documenting the unique conference of public art and intervention ideas and conversation. As better put:  "Social Surfaces +0161 brings together a wide range of voices to consider ways of intervening in, and changing, city life. Artists, academics, architects, psychogeographers, visual activists, photographers, critics and more contribute to a programme of street displays, walks, talks, films and workshops to explore fresh perspectives on the city. Our common thread is a commitment to both investigating and making interventions that reveal and question hidden boundaries: that test agency and the power relations woven into the material and emotional life of urban environments. In short, how our cities ‘talk’ to us, with us, and about us." On this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, Doug speaks with activist/craftivist Carrie Reichardt, artist/organizer Jordan Seiler, and interventionist and Dispatchwork artist, Jan Vormann. Each conversation revolves around this idea of how the city can be shaped, how it speaks to us and how interventions help reimagine the power of the places we live and visit. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. 
58:48
October 15, 2019
024: Paul Harfleet's "The Pansy Project" and Queer Art Activism in 2019, Live From Nuart | Radio Juxtapoz
The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast found a surprise superstar in Stavanger, Norway this year during the Nuart Festival. On a rainy day, running around the city trying to find good places for art interventions, we spent time with Paul Harfleet, the London-based artist/activist whose "Pansy Project" has been going for 15 years. The Pansy Project sees Paul "plant pansies at the site of homophobic abuse; he finds the nearest source of soil to where the incident occurred and generally without civic permission plants one unmarked pansy." Seeing that its impossible to get pansies in September in Norway, Paul painted pansies around the city, a new practice for him but just as powerful, or as he calls it, "gesture of quiet resistance." The Pansy Project being part of the Nuart Festival gave us a chance to sit down with Paul for episode 24 of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast. We talk not only talk about the origins of the project on the streets of Manchester, but the various ways queer art activism has grown in recent years and how he has been able to take his pansy work around the world. We talk about his now unique relationship to street art, and how perhaps him painting pansies could add another dimension to his work. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco.
40:34
September 16, 2019
023: HYURO Is Comfortable in Crisis, Live from Nuart 2019 | Radio Juxtapoz
This feels like an exclusive on the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast! For episode 23, we have something special, the first ever podcast interview with one of the world's leading muralists, Valencia, Spain-based, Argentina-born, Hyuro. For years, her works and her persona have had a bit of mystery to them, poetic imagery that was both timeless and politically in line with the times. In the classical sense of what a muralist is, Hyuro takes the history of social realism and storytelling to enigmatic but bold imagery. We remember years ago Detroit Institute of Arts director, Graham Beal saying of his institutions Detroit Industry Murals by Diego Rivera, “All of the (other) panels are more allegorical, much more symbolic. They deal with the good and the bad, with man and machine, organic vs inorganic, really it's a very complex program.” Hyuro is touching on these levels. Man vs modernity, the changing tides of society, that organic connection we all have in an increasingly inorganic world. Radio Juxtapoz sat down with Hyuro after she completed both an outdoor mural and indoor installation at the 2019 Nuart Festival in Stavanger, Norway. As the festival was themed as a conversation about "retro vs. brand new," Hyuro is the perfect embodiment: she balances a history of storytelling in public space with the world audience paying attention, just a click of a button away. We talk to her about feeling comfortable in a creative crisis, how her color palette is defined by the fabrics we wear and how leaving a wall behind for others to live with is an enormous task. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco.
35:55
September 11, 2019
022: Drawing Blood: Molly Crabapple On the State of Art and Activism | Radio Juxtapoz
We have a wide-reach when it comes to the history of Juxtapoz Magazine. After 25 years, we have covered painters, graffiti and street artists, poster artists, designers, fashion people, sculptors, curators, musicians, musicians who want to be painters, actors who want to be painters... the list goes on. But rarely do we get a chance to talk to such an original spirit such as Molly Crabapple. The writer, illustrator, journalist, painter, social activist and all around, in our opinion, voice of reason and progress, has made a name for herself for such an incredible range of artistic output its hard to pinpoint one topic of conversation with her. So we didn't. We went for it all. In Episode 022 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, Molly Crabapple gives us a quite wonderful over-arching view of the current state of the art world, not so much from a nuts and bolts perspective of sales and shows, but what it means to create and be active in such an era of contradictions and much-needed nuance. We talk about climate change, the changing landscape of America's cities and her recent book collaboration and 2018 National Book Award long-listed, Brothers of the Gun, an illustrated collaboration with Syrian war journalist Marwan Hisham, and her own award-winning memoir, Drawing Blood. Of course we talk about her various art projects and journalistic works as well. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor, Evan Pricco. 
1:06:25
September 2, 2019
021: Anna Park's Charcoal Works Are Pure Elation and Pure Debauchery | Radio Juxtapoz
NY-based fine artist Anna Park's charcoal works immediately caught our eye and felt like the perfect reflection of our times. Not in an overtly, politics-by-numbers sort of way. But in a chaotic world, where emotions tend to ebb and flow by the second, with news and even worse news hitting us constantly, these works are about release. That moment, as she notes, between "ecstasy and pure fuckery," when, as an observer, you have an out of body experience at a party, perhaps too drunk, and you can soak in that balance all at once. It disappears quickly, this awareness, but Anna Park is documenting that feeling.  That moment.  As Juxtapoz unveils the Fall 2019 issue, we sat down with featured artist and current New York Academy of Art student, Anna Park, to talk about how these works have taken the attention of the art world in less than a year. We discuss how this transition happened, as well as her recent residency in Neo Rauch's hometown in Germany, what its like to balance her last year of study with a budding fine art career and how a childhood of relocating around the world has found its way into these ghostly, yet powerful, new works. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast episode 21 is hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz Editor-in-chief, Evan Pricco. 
1:16:08
August 26, 2019
020: Ed and Deanna Templeton and the Magic of a Good Photo | Radio Juxtapoz
A few weeks back, Radio Juxtapoz traveled to Tokyo, Japan for the RVCA World Tour, a 7-day takeover of the city that saw numerous art shows, signings, screenings, pop-ups occur in and around Shibuya. Obviously, our focus was the Beautiful Losers: Now & Then show, and it gave us a chance to talk with two of our favorite photographers: the talented and influential Ed and Deanna Templeton. Ed Templeton has been blazed across our memories as a legendary skater who was able to take his skate craft and create fine art and photography that has made him famous the world over. Deanna Templeton has been making these incredibly poetic projects for years, with her The Swimming Pool coming to mind first and foremost.  We sat down with Ed and Deanna on a steamy hot Tokyo summer day after a day of RVCA press for the couple. Our conversation went all over: how it feels to bring the Losers back together again, what an Ed shot is versus a Deanna shot, how their longtime home base of Huntington Beach may not be inspiring them anymore and what makes Tokyo a magical place to take photos.  The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen and Evan Pricco. Thank you to RVCA for their support of Episode 019 and 020 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast.  Subscribe to the Radio Juxtapoz podcast HERE.
1:01:41
August 13, 2019
019: The Tokyo Connection with Steve "ESPO" Powers | Radio Juxtapoz
"Speaking with pictures." That's a great way to start. Steve "ESPO" Powers is a rare icon in the contemporary art world. Graffiti, sign painting, museum installations, books, major public art projects, gallery shows, international recognition, Art In the Streets, Beyond the Streets, Street Market, The Art of Getting Over... I started listing all these things because, to me, ESPO has been a pivotal figure in my understanding of art, and especially, the art that I felt belonged to me the most. He added wit, humour and wry observations to the art genres that I loved, and before there was ever meme culture or Instagram, ESPO was creating these perfectly poetic fine art sign paintings that almost seemed to predict what the future of communication would be.  At the end of July 2019, Juxtapoz went on the RVCA World Tour to Tokyo, where one of the highlights was the re-imagining of Beautiful Losers, the seminal art exhibition and movement that ESPO was part of and has grown from. On episode 019 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, we caught up with the 3x Juxtapoz cover artist in a phone booth in the basement of the Cerulean Tower in Shibuya at the end of the trip and with a bit of a reflection on the "reunion" vibe of the RVCA World Tour and Beautiful Losers show. We talked about ESPO's unique relationship with Tokyo, his history with the Beautiful Losers artists, the family vibe of RVCA, finding respect in the Philly graffiti scene and how he speaks with pictures.   Subscribe to the Radio Juxtapoz podcast HERE. The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosted by Doug Gillen and Evan Pricco. Thank you to RVCA for their support of Episode 019 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast.  Follow Stephen "ESPO" Powers at @steveespopowers
38:37
August 8, 2019
018: The Politics of Change with Addam Yekutieli (aka Know Hope) | Radio Juxtapoz
On the newest episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, we caught up with one of our great friends and favorite conceptual street artists, Addam Yekutieli (aka Know Hope). The California-born but Tel Aviv, Israel-raised has found a unique voice in the street art world, creating a poetic and politically strong body of work that has balanced everything from text-based work, street characters to muralism. From focusing on the conflicts of his homeland in not a literal way but delving into more complex themes of giving voice to the marginalized and overlooked moments in history, what was once work that spoke to Israel is more and more speaking to the world at large.  We talked to Addam as he was wrapping us his month-long stay at the Bed-Stuy Art Residency in Brooklyn, where he will be hosting an open studio to show his new works on Monday, July 29. Addam talks about this particular time in NYC, his ongoing projects that span the globe and an upcoming project in Jerusalem that has him excited.  The Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is hosting by Doug Gillen and Evan Pricco. 
52:46
July 29, 2019
017: MADSAKI Is Not Spiritually Bankrupt, Live from Beyond the Streets | Radio Juxtapoz
When we first met Japanese-born, New Jersey raised painter MADSAKI in person, he had just completed a site-specific mural for the Juxtapoz x Superflat exhibition at the Vancouver Art Gallery. This was a little less than 3 years ago, and since then, he has become not only a staple in Takashi Murakami's Kaikai Kiki roster, but one of the most exciting and sought-after painters in the world today. His unique way of bending and breaking the rules of traditional Western artworks into a hybrid of Japanese style and street culture aesthetic. On the eve of his new solo show at PERROTIN in Hong Kong on July 17, 2019, and his work now on view at Beyond the Streets in NYC through the summer, we sat down with MADSAKI to talk his first years in Japan, growing up in New Jersey and his subsequent move back to Tokyo with a fresh perspective on being a career painter. We talk a lot about his relationship to his mentor, Takashi Murakami, and how the last few years have felt like an "art training" ground for the years to come. We recorded the day Beyond the Streets opened to the public, when Radio Juxtapoz visited with MADSAKI before his long flight home to Tokyo and last-minute preparations for Hong Kong. To kick off episode 17, hosts Doug Gillen and Evan Pricco catch up after a break, with updates on Beyond the Streets, Lucy Sparrow's massive project in Beijing with M WOODS and Gillen's newest short film with Icy & Sot in Greece at the site of a refugee camp.
1:06:22
July 15, 2019
016: Icy & Sot, From Iran to the USA and New Artistic Focus | Radio Juxtapoz
The first time Juxtapoz met Icy & Sot, they were an up-and-coming brother-artistic duo, recently immigrated from Iran to USA, working primarily in stencil art. Yet in recent years, their work began to evolve to an almost conceptual level of public and street art, mixing stencil art with sculpture, installation, and at times, spontaneous acts of intervention. They have become some of the most political active street artists working today, focusing on the refugee crisis around the world to environmental art ... and who can forget their infamous wad of US money left on Wall Street in 2018? Radio Juxtapoz caught up with Icy & Sot a few weeks back in Manhattan during Moniker Art Fair, just as the brothers were getting ready for their newest solo show, "Faces of Society," currently on view at Underdogs in Lisbon, Portugal. We talked about their youth in Iran, the big move to NYC, a high profile feature in Playboy, how their museum show in Amsterdam alongside Banksy changed their career and how a new focus on sculpture and installation has changed their process.  Hosted by Evan Pricco (Editor-in-chief, Juxtapoz Magazine) and Doug Gillen (Fifth Wall TV).  https://www.juxtapoz.com/ https://icyandsot.com/ https://instagram.com/fifthwalltv/ https://www.instagram.com/epricco/
59:48
May 27, 2019
SPECIAL: Cultural Lens with Martha Cooper, Janette Beckman and Miranda Barnes Live at Vault by Vans | Radio Juxtapoz
This episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast is a Special Edition, not only because it features a distinguished panel and guest moderator, but we felt that it stood as its own podcast discussion outside of our typical programming. This past week, May 14, 2019, live from the Vault by Vans boutique at 219 Bowery in NYC, Juxtapoz hosted a special collection of three generations of NYC street photographers: Martha Cooper, Janette Beckman and Miranda Barnes, guest moderated by author, critic and cultural savant, the one-and-only, Carlo McCormick. We called the panel "Cultural Lens." This was a wide-ranging panel: the photographers not only talked about the craft of street photography and photojournalism, but finding your voice and the narratives that you want to embed your careers in. From Martha Cooper's landmark Subway Art, to Janette Beckman's legendary hip-hop portraits to Miranda Barnes's latest works as a contributor to the NY Times, we get three distinct artists talking about the intricacies and magic of photography. In this podcast you will hear Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco, briefly introduce the panel, and is quickly followed by Carlo McCormick and the artists. Recorded live at Vault by Vans, May 14, 2019. 
1:01:53
May 20, 2019
015: Ben Venom On Quilt-making and New American Craft, Live at Vault by Vans | Radio Juxtapoz
As part of Juxtapoz's 25th anniversary, the magazine created a special pop-up exhibition and bookstore at the Vault by Vans store in NYC at 219 Bowery for the month of May 2019. For the takeover, Juxtapoz invited San Francisco-based textile artist, Ben Venom, famous for his unique reinterpretations of quilt-making and the reimagining of American craft art, to showcase some of his newer works for the occasion, celebrating the spirit of originality and uniqueness that Vault by Vans represents, and the Outsider Art history of Juxtapoz Magazine.  In episode 015 of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, hosts Evan Pricco (editor, Juxtapoz Magazine) and Doug Gillen (Fifth Wall TV) sat down with Ben Venom at the Vault store in front of a gathered audience, to learn more about not only the tradition of textile and fiber arts, but how Venom was able to take a love of heavy metal, skateboarding and lowbrow culture and transcend it into a fine art practice. Vault by Vans will showcase Juxtapoz and Ben Venom's work until early June 19, 2019, at 219 Bowery, NYC.
51:25
May 13, 2019
014: Live from Moniker Art Fair in NYC with Carlo McCormick, Li-Hill and Urban Nation | Radio Juxtapoz
On episode 014 of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, hosts Evan Pricco (Juxtapoz Magazine) and Doug Gillen (Fifth Wall TV) recorded live at Moniker Art Fair, which held its biannual urban contemporary fair in NYC this past weekend. On the episode, the Radio Juxtapoz team sat down for a special panel on the state of "urban art" with Urban Nation director, Yasha Young and artist Li-Hill. The episode also features a segment with the legendary author, curator, critic and historian, Carlo McCormick on how much the history of graffiti and street art is part of the fabric of NY art history.  https://www.monikerartfair.com/ https://www.juxtapoz.com/ https://www.instagram.com/fifthwalltv/ http://www.li-hill.com/ https://urban-nation.com/
1:06:30
May 8, 2019
013: Live From Nuart Aberdeen with VHILS, Axel Void and Professor Jeff Ferrell | Radio Juxtapoz
The Radio Juxtapoz world tour continues, as hosts Evan Pricco (Juxtapoz) and Doug Gillen (Fifth Wall TV) were in Aberdeen, Scotland this past week for the 3rd annual Nuart Aberdeen festival. The Nuart Festival has long been the leading street art festival in the world, mixing unique themes, international artists, curators and professors into a mural, street art and academic conference. For the 13 episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, we sat down with a few participants of the festival, from Lisbon's VHILS, to a wonderful lecture by TCU professor, Jeff Ferrell, and for a second time (!), our good friend Axel Void and Evan Pricco sat down for a special panel. Also, Doug and Evan discuss what makes Nuart so special, the right use of the word wanker and a recap on how Aberdeen has taken to the Nuart family. 
56:09
April 29, 2019
012: Live From Crystal Ship with Miss Van, Crystal Wagner and Case Maclaim | Radio Juxtapoz
This week Radio Juxtapoz have teamed up with leading Belgian street art festival, The Crystal Ship. Recorded live from the coastal town of Oostende, we chaired a round table discussion on life around art, with artists Miss Van, Case Maclaim and Crystal Wagner. You can listen back on to the audio version or watch the whole thing unfold on youtube.
55:15
April 17, 2019
011: JR and the Chronicles of San Francisco | Radio Juxtapoz
It seems like a tall task to try and tell a wide-ranging and in-depth visual story of a city, especially one with such a diverse and intriguing counter-culture history like San Francisco, California. But that is exactly what world-renowned street artist, photographer, activist and documentary filmmaker, JR did over the course of a year in the City By the Bay. In his latest project, "The Chronicles of San Francisco," set to open as an interactive installation/mural at SFMOMA on May 23, 2019, JR uses all the great strengths of his craft: photography, filmmaking, storytelling and community engagement to create on his grandest  and most in-depth projects to date. Of course, we sat down with JR just before his awe-inspiring work at the Louvre in late March 2019, a project that saw the French-born artist celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Louvre's "Pyramid" with a grand 4-day street art project at the base of the museum. We are proud to have JR as our 11th episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast. Also in this episode, hosts Evan Pricco (editor, Juxtapoz Magzine) and Doug Gillen (founder of Fifth Wall TV) talk about all the latest action in the art world, including the JR at the Louvre project, as well as the incredible record-setting week of KAWS in Hong Kong. Enjoy the listen! 
1:13:20
April 8, 2019
010: Selina Miles and the Making of "Martha: A Picture Story" | Radio Juxtapoz
Are we excited for Radio Juxtapoz podcast, episode 10? You better believe it. We criss-crossed the globe to connect with acclaimed filmmaker, Sydney, Australia-based Selina Miles, on the eve of her first full-length documentary film directorial debut, "Martha: A Picture Story." We wanted to catch Miles before the world premiere of her film at the Tribeca Film Festival at the end of April, 2019. After recently screening the film for its subject, the legendary photographer, Martha Cooper, in NYC, we caught Miles back in her Sydney studio. For the past few years, Miles has been following and working on a film about the life and work of groundbreaking and influential graffiti and street art photographer, Martha Cooper. Martha's work, including the seminal Subway Art and four decades of photographing the evolution of one of the world's largest art movements,  has also connected multiple generations to the powerful global art form. In many ways, Martha is the glue that holds these generations together, both a rite of passage for artists but an active and vital artist for the movement as well. Our hosts, Juxtapoz Editor-in-Chief Evan Pricco and FifthWallTV's Doug Gillen talk to Miles about the making of "Martha," the pressure on working on a legacy as it continues to grow, and on our highly praised work on the hyper-lapse film, Limitless  and her 2016 , 6-part series, The Wanderers.  This is an episode not to miss. Evan and Doug also discuss the myth of famous paintings, Phlegm's impressive show in Sheffield and Doug's continuing journey toward the North Pole. 
1:05:19
March 25, 2019
009: Christian Rex van Minnen and Aaron Johnson on a New Era of American Painting | Radio Juxtapoz
In episode 9 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, hosts Evan Pricco and Doug Gillen sit down with American painters Christian Rex van Minnen and Aaron Johnson the night after their collective solo show, In Heaven, Everything is Fine, opened at Ross + Kramer Gallery in NYC. Both painters have shared a friendship for years that has blossomed into showing work simultaneously, and at times, collectively. In this episode, we talk about a new era of painting, what lowbrow has meant over the centuries and internalizing the current political climate and finding a new voice in both artists' paintings. At the beginning of the episode, Evan (editor of Juxtapoz Magazine) and Doug (founder and director of FifthWallTV) discuss the idea of hero worship and how one can, if possible, separate the art from the artist. 
55:33
March 12, 2019
008: REVOK on His Second Childhood and Reimagining His Craft | Radio Juxtapoz
Juxtapoz has a very special guest for Episode 8 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, and that is none other than the highly influential and imaginative graffiti-turned-fine-artist, Jason REVOK. The Los Angeles-based painter recently wrote an essay for our Winter 2019 issue, and with increasing presence as an experimental artist, with his custom-painting machines he has been using both on the street and in his studio, we wanted to talk to Jason about this evolution and how he has been able to grow as an artist in recent years. Produced and hosted by Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Evan Pricco, Editor-in-chief of Juxtapoz Magazine. Doug and Evan also discuss some of the upcoming shows and festivals on their radar, and, as always, a little fun banter about contemporary art.
1:05:06
February 24, 2019
007: Anthony Lister Has Been Found | Radio Juxtapoz
We are back with episode 7 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, this time sitting down with iconic and infamous Australian street artist, Anthony Lister. As a new full-length documentary, "Have You Seen The Listers?" is now on Netflix, talks about his position in street art, handing over his life to the filmmakers and living with the "party" image as a famed painter.  Produced and hosted by Doug Gillen of FifthWallTV and and Evan Pricco of Juxtapoz, the hosts also discuss some of their favorite museums, some intimate Lister memories and the busy upcoming schedule of worldwide art events happening this spring.  
1:00:41
February 10, 2019
006: Swoon Reinvents Her Legendary Career | Radio Juxtapoz
In the 6th episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, we have sit down with the great and legendary street artist, Swoon, to talk about her new show and some of the great commentary she has been sharing through her social media channels in recent weeks. Not to mention Swoon is featured in Juxtapoz's Winter 2019 issue, a celebration of 25 years of the print publication.  Also, our hosts Doug Gillen of Fifth Wall TV and Juxtapoz's Evan Pricco talk about some of the early highlights of 2019, with a wide-range of shows opening in the last few weeks from pioneers of the scene, including FUTURA, OSGEMEOS and Margaret Kilgallen. 
58:46
January 14, 2019
005: Axel Void and L.E.O. On the Every Changing Miami | Radio Juxtapoz
We are back with episode 5 of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, once again coming to you from Miami, Florida, where Juxtapoz's Evan Pricco and Fifth Wall TV's Doug Gillen sit down with Miami-based painters and muralists Axel Void and L.E.O. We discuss a variety of topics, including the changing neighborhood landscape of Miami, how street art and gentrification can get lumped together, the ambition of Axel Void's "Void Projects" residency program and the art of keeping things democratic.
59:30
December 20, 2018
004: Camille Rose Garcia Teaches Us How to Drink Tequila | Radio Juxtapoz
On the latest episode of the Radio Juxtapoz Podcast, Juxtapoz's Evan Pricco and Fifth Wall TV's Doug Gillen sit down with 2x cover artist and extremely influential fine artist Camille Rose Garcia. In the episode we talk shop about tequila, telling stories through paintings and that oh-so-special era of lowbrow art in Los Angeles. We kick off the episode with a discussion about Juxtapoz's editorial process, a little bit about the Juxtapoz Clubhouse in Miami and how the 25th anniversary of the magazine will be celebrated.
1:04:29
December 13, 2018
003: Muzae Sesay On The Next Generation of California Art | Radio Juxtapoz
In now the third episode of the "Radio Juxtapoz" podcast, editor Evan Pricco and Fifth Wall TV's Doug Gillen get to chat with Muzae Sesay, the great painter based in Oakland, California who has also been featured in the Winter 2019 issue. On the podcast we discuss the idea of home, living in California and Sesay's newest work featured at Pt.2 Gallery in the Juxtapoz Clubhouse. Recorded live at Mana Contemporary, Miami.
38:45
December 10, 2018
002: Shepard Fairey on 30 Years of Obey Giant | Radio Juxtapoz
In the second episode of the "Radio Juxtapoz" podcast, editor Evan Pricco and Fifth Wall TV's Doug Gillen sit down with legendary street artist and designer Shepard Fairey, who in 2019 will celebrate the 30th anniversary of his Obey Giant project. As Juxtapoz prepared to open the Clubhouse in Downtown Miami, where Shepard's Subliminal Projects will transform a former storefront into an art gallery and tee shirt printing studio, he made time for us to discuss his career, the impact of Juxtapoz and how he sees Obey 30 years in. Recorded live at Mana Contemporary, Miami.
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December 10, 2018
001: Lucy Sparrow, Felt Master, and the Start of Radio Juxtapoz | Radio Juxtapoz
In the first episode of the "Radio Juxtapoz" podcast, editor Evan Pricco and Fifth Wall TV's Doug Gillen sit down with artist Lucy Sparrow, who has created quite an art phenomenon with her "all-felt" installations. As she prepared to open a Sparrow Mini-Mart at the Juxtapoz Clubhouse on December 5th in Downtown Miami (48 East Flagler), Lucy made time for Radio Juxtapoz all while sewing a broken heart.
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December 4, 2018
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