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However... I have grown increasingly disappointed at how parochial and incestuous Juxtapoz has become. Issue after issue, I see the same artists, doing roughly the same things at the same galleries: Roq la Rue. La Luz De Jesus. Copro Nason. Marion Peck. Mark Ryden. Tim Biskup. Lather, rinse, repeat. No matter how much I admire these artists, I would just expect more diversity and openness from a magazine that's supposed to showcase alternative, indie art.
The art in Juxtapoz is all in contrast to the world of modern/contemporary/whatever art that is usually just really boring, self-indulgent, and pretentious. The nice thing about that kind of art though is that it is done by people that are trying to create something that has never been done before, but, like I said, unfortunately it usually just ends up being really boring and pretentious. That's how I feel about it anyway. But then Juxtapoz's problem is just the opposite. A lot of these artists just seem to be doing the same thing. If you look at paintings by Robert Williams, Alex Gross, Mark Ryden, Todd Schorr, the Clayton Bros, you start to think that they're all doing the same thing. They have paintings that work as a loose narrative that have all of these different characters in them and often times many pop culture references. Don't get me wrong, I like all of these artists, but when I was subscribing to Juxtapoz I couldn't get excited about each issue because it was pretty much just the same thing over and over again.
Other major problems with the magazine:
-The same artists over and over again.
-There are rarely artists that I am not familiar with in here. Articles are almost always about very popular artists instead of artists that are new and exciting.
-There are features and regular articles that don't interest me at all. Read more ›