It’s like art world inception as Juxtapoz Magazine posted a preview of the upcoming “JUXTAPOZED” exhibition at the Fort Wayne Museum of Art. The exhibition is inspired by the New Contemporary Art movement and its influence on Juxtapoz magazine. The exhibition opens April 22nd in conjunction with Robert Williams’ “SLANG Aesthetics!”, to view more information on the show visit Thinkspace Gallery’s website.
Juxtapozed, a show title drawn from the magazine of the same name in the imperative tense, celebrates the legacy made possible by Juxtapoz Magazine. The access the publication has facilitated since the early “90s to a widely cast variety of media and expressions has shaped the movement itself and preserved its continued relevance.
Cinta Vidal was interviewed for the December 2016 issue of Juxtapoz magazine discussing her love of gravity and the details of her creative process. The issue is on newsstands now and the interview can be viewed on Juxtapoz.com.
Cinta Vidal‘s gravity defying work has been capturing the attention of the art world. She’s executed murals around the world from Long Beach to Tokyo, and her topsy-turvy pieces continue to be in demand. We’re excited to be showing new pieces from Cinta Vidal at Scope Miami this week, and for those interested in seeing new work from Vidal make sure to sign up for our mailing list to receive the preview.
How do you manage the accelerated pace of the demand for your work?
I am very happy to see that many people like what I do. I receive many proposals and I would like to accept all of them but I can’t. I am learning to manage this. It is not easy to say no, but I have to say it often. Sometimes it is frustrating, because I am forced to reject really interesting proposals. But I can’t complain. I paint what I really want to paint and I am able to earn a living with that. I know I am very fortunate. – Cinta Vidal in Juxtapoz