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Radio Juxtapoz

89 EpisodesProduced by Juxtapoz MagazineWebsite

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

89 Episodes | 2018 - 2022

088: Aleah Chapin and the Many Faces of Painting | Radio Juxtapoz

May 9th, 2022


Living in the Pacific Northwest, Aleah Chapin's paintings feel like a reflection of the unique landscape. The way the blues mix with the greens, the way the waterways connect to the land; Seattle and the surrounding …

087: It's Still Life on Walls with BEZT | Radio Juxtapoz

April 25th, 2022


BEZT was part of the now legendary Etam Cru, the Polish mural and graffiti team that was part of a revolution in the ways that we looked at muralism …

086: Broken Fingaz Are the Everywhere Collective | Radio Juxtapoz

April 19th, 2022


For years now, the Haifa, Israel collective now as Broken Fingaz has been a bit of everything and everywhere: graffiti, murals, screenprints, …

085: Maya Hayuk is Weaving Her Ukrainian Heritage Into Murals | Radio Juxtapoz

April 12th, 2022


Accidents happen—on purpose. I’ve heard that phrase before and it feels reasonable, yet abstract enough to inform daily life. Ukrainian-American Maya Hayuk’s paintings are an elaborate stream of consciousness made in a …

084: Shadowboxing with Idris Khan | Radio Juxtapoz

March 28th, 2022


Through the most abstract of output, British artist Idris Khan is speaking to us in the most literal of ways. Through paintings and sculpture, Khan …

083: 1XRUN Reimagined Detroit and How to Collect Art | Radio Juxtapoz

March 23rd, 2022


It's not hyperbolic to say that for many people over the last decade plus, Detroit's 1XRUN has taught many how to collect art. To feel comfortable …

082: A Psychedelic Field Trip with Jacaeber Kastor | Radio Juxtapoz

March 3rd, 2022


We rarely get a chance to talk about psychedelics on the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, but we are jumping right into the ether now. In conjunction with the Outsider Art Fair 2022 and their 30th anniversary, Radio Juxtapoz sat …

081: John Fekner on Broken Promises in NYC | Radio Juxtapoz

February 28th, 2022


John Fekner is both a historian and pivotal artists who transformed the ways we looked at street art and graffiti. You know him for his work in the Bronx in the 1970s and early '80s, the massive stencil works that read …

080: A Vault by Vans Special | Radio Juxtapoz

December 22nd, 2021


In conjunction with our recent visit with Vault by Vans, the Radio Juxtapoz podcast sat down with Stephen Mills and Jake Mednik for an in-depth …

079: Nigel Howlett and the Face Before You Were Born | Radio Juxtapoz

December 16th, 2021


"I’m interested in transhumanism and our evolution as a species which is where the futuristic suit and robotic gloves come from," says London-based …

078: Peter Saul Passes the Torch to Anna Park | Radio Juxtapoz

December 10th, 2021


When you have been a magazine for 28 years, you see generations ebb and flow and meld and combine and all of the above. Peter Saul, a pop artist who …

077: Geoff McFetridge on Vault by Vans and How to Deconstruct an Idea | Radio Juxtapoz

November 22nd, 2021


Geoff McFetridge has rules, and he himself only knows how to break them. Or follow them, really. Over the course of multiple decades, the …

076: Thom Yorke & Stanley Donwood on Radiohead's "Kid A Mnesia" | Radio Juxtapoz

November 15th, 2021


Yes, this is how kick off a new season of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, and boy, do we have a banger. When you think of Radiohead, you automatically …

075: Ken Harman on 10 Years of Hashimoto Contemporary and Spoke Art | Radio Juxtapoz

October 18th, 2021


Longevity in the art world is something we take for granted, whether it's Juxtapoz at 28 years old or printmakers who perfect their craft for …

074: Khruangbin | Radio Juxtapoz

August 8th, 2021


When Houston, Texas-based band Khruangbin came onto the music scene over the last decade, the breath of fresh air that came along with the trio was felt on the international stage. Their instrumental music was a …

073: Umar Rashid (Frohawk Two Feathers) | Radio Juxtapoz

June 2nd, 2021


We often talk about artists as storytellers, moving from painting to painting like authors of their own universe. If you have met or seen the works of Chicago-born, Los Angeles-based Umar Rashid, formerly known in art …

072: When Does Street Art Become Cultural Appropriation?| Radio Juxtapoz

May 11th, 2021


It's hard not to find a bit of pop-cultural appropriation in the roots of street art. There has always been artists who take from Disney, Hollywood, …

071: BEEPLE | Radio Juxtapoz

April 20th, 2021


There's probably a good chance that you heard the news that BEEPLE, the graphic artist born as Mike Winkelmann, had just sold the third most …

070: Action Bronson | Radio Juxtapoz

April 11th, 2021


We have come to know Action Bronson as many things; a hip-hop artist with impeccable sampling taste and delivery, a celebrity chef, a VICE host, an author, a spokesperson, a body boarder (something we learned on his …

069: Chidinma Nnoli | Radio Juxtapoz

March 29th, 2021


In a new work by Lagos, Nigeria-based painter, Chidinma Nnoli, a woman stands and looks through to the viewer, or maybe she's even looking at a …

068: Melissa Koby | Radio Juxtapoz

March 21st, 2021


They may be faceless, but they are definitely not nameless. The works that painter, illustrator, designer and digital artist Melissa Koby has been shared, seen and loved without you maybe even knowing she was the artist …

067: Khari Turner | Radio Juxtapoz

March 8th, 2021


There are those moments in an interview where you know as soon as the subject has said something profound that it will become the centerpiece of their spotlight. In our conversation with Milwaukee-born, NYC-based …

066: RONE | Radio Juxtapoz

March 1st, 2021


We don't often have a guest on the Radio Juxtapoz podcast who is days away from opening a comprehensive survey of their work in a museum where they grew up. That is where we found Melbourne-based artist RONE this past …

065: Ania Hobson | Radio Juxtapoz

February 22nd, 2021


There is so much going on in the painting of Suffolk, UK-based painter, Ania Hobson. At first glance they are portraits, people posing, leaning, …

064: Carissa Potter of People I've Loved | Radio Juxtapoz

February 16th, 2021


There are people in your life you go to for some advice, some perspective, maybe even a little... real talk. Carissa Potter, the brilliant mind behind People I've Loved and a fine artist in her own right, is one of …

063: Franco "JAZ" Fasoli | Radio Juxtapoz

February 9th, 2021


It's amazing where the last year has taken us, but when we look at 12 month journey of Argentinian-born, Barcelona-based painter/muralist Franco …

062: Thinkspace Projects' Andrew Hosner| Radio Juxtapoz

January 18th, 2021


We are back with a new season and new year of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast! And while we were at it, we wanted to talk to someone who was also celebrating some newness in 2021. We called up our friend Andrew Hosner,

061: Steven Sweatpants | Radio Juxtapoz

December 15th, 2020


It seems apt that in a year of so much turmoil, angst and chaotic worry that we would end 2020 on a street corner in Bronx, NYC. Much of Radio …

060: Fintan Magee | Radio.Juxtapoz

December 8th, 2020


There was a moment in the new short documentary film on Fintan Magee, shot by Radio Juxtapoz alum Selina Miles, where he sums up 2020 quite perfectly. “There is too much chaos this year to string any common narratives, …

059: Roger Gastman| Radio Juxtapoz

November 29th, 2020


Over the course of our almost two years of bringing you the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, the core is looking at the stories and characters that have help shape the past, present and future of graffiti and street art. From …

058: Jillian Evelyn | Radio Juxtapoz

November 16th, 2020


It is, indeed, still life. Life is happening perhaps in new ways, and sometimes it seems like it's moving at a weird pace and a new anxiety may …

057: Radical Tradition | Radio Juxtapoz

November 9th, 2020


We often have those moments, the ones we literally denote as those where history stops for just one second to rewrite and reinvent itself. In America, you talk of 9/11, Pearl Harbor, Kennedy and MLK being shot, the …

056: Baldur Helgason | Radio Juxtapoz

October 30th, 2020


There is something both immediately recognizable and yet completely original in the paintings of Icelandic-born, Chicago-based artist, Baldur Helgason. For us at Juxtapoz, it's a classic style and such a fascinating new …

055: Arinze | Radio Juxtapoz

October 22nd, 2020


In recent weeks, and even in the hours before Radio Juxtapoz got on the phone with our friend and Nigerian-based hyperrealist artist, Arinze Stanley, …

054: Super Future Kid | Radio Juxtapoz

October 6th, 2020


A few years ago when we published our first interview with East German-born, London-based painter and almost mythical figure Super Future Kid, our deputy editor Kristin Farr asked the artist what her superpowers were. …

053: Bisa Butler | Radio Juxtapoz

September 11th, 2020


It's a new season here at Radio Juxtapoz, and where we were hoping that Fall would bring back art openings and a sense of normalcy to our already …

052: Low Bros | Radio Juxtapoz

August 20th, 2020


As an artist or creative known around the world for a thing—a style, icon, color scheme, character—you may be held or beholden to that aesthetic …

051: Dan Witz | Radio Juxtapoz

August 4th, 2020


Dan Witz is a pioneer man in so many ways, and has lived so many different lives that speaking with him in any setting that isn't 6 hours would prove …

050: Maria Qamar, aka Hatecopy | Radio Juxtapoz

July 27th, 2020


It's not everyday you get to celebrate a few milestones on a podcast, but here we are: Radio Juxtapoz not only has its 50th episode to share but our first trip up north to the good people of Toronto, Canada and our …

049: Larry Ossei-Mensah | Radio Juxtapoz

July 16th, 2020


Just one look at curator and cultural visionary Larry Ossei-Mensah's "LinkTree" on his Instagram, and you can see the breadth of what the man is …

048: Bill Posters | Radio Juxtapoz

July 6th, 2020


Absurdist reality. This is probably the best way to sum up 2020. You put your head down, phone down and take a nap and 20 minutes later you have Kanye West running for president, Donald Trump spending 15 minutes on …

047: Marcus Brutus | Radio Juxtapoz

June 17th, 2020


"It’s important to talk about why I make the paintings I do, and why there is a focus on ensuring that within each painting, the black figure is …

046: James Jean | Radio Juxtapoz

May 25th, 2020


If there was ever a Juxtapoz Hall of Fame, James Jean would be a first ballot inductee. Everything this magazine has stood for, whether it be …

045: Chip Thomas | Radio Juxtapoz

May 13th, 2020


Blame (or credit) Covid-19, but it’s as if, more than ever, we are attracted, and thus connected, by a good story. Many of us have spent the last 10 …

044: Cleon Peterson | Radio Juxtapoz

April 30th, 2020


There is a controversy that will surround works based on violence and war. For Cleon Peterson, the story of his works are as old as time. The …

043: Zaria Forman | Radio Juxtapoz

April 19th, 2020


We have spent a lot of time over the past few weeks talking about humanity, and in many ways it's a conversation about our relationship to the natural world around us. Climate change and the ways we traverse and use our …

042: Craig Costello/KR | Radio Juxtapoz

April 10th, 2020


"You can't steal everything," Craig Costello says, as he recounts his years in both Queens and San Francisco in the 1980s and 1990s. In many ways, Costello is right. As a graffiti writer, photographer and all around …

041: Austin Lee | Radio Juxtapoz

March 30th, 2020


A few weeks ago, before the doors opened for the second day of the Armory Show, we tucked ourselves on a quiet mezzanine to complete our last in a series of three podcasts from the revered art fair. The mood in the city …

040: Esiri Erheriene-Essi | Radio Juxtapoz

March 23rd, 2020


What a difference a week makes? Or in some cases, an hour makes. At the beginning of March, on a quiet Friday morning before the doors opened at Pier 90 for the Armory Show in NYC, we sat down with London-born, …

039: Ana Benaroya | Radio Juxtapoz

March 16th, 2020


Yes, these are complicated times. In a weird way, this Radio Juxtapoz podcast conversation marks a turning point in perhaps human history. A few weeks back, as coronavirus was just entering the American landscape and …

038: Mark Thomas Gibson | Radio Juxtapoz

March 7th, 2020


As part of our 3-part Radio Juxtapoz special at The Armory Show 2020, we sit down with Philadelphia-based fine artist and teacher, Mark Thomas Gibson.   

We first became aware of Mark's biting and often slyly humorous …

037: Felipe Pantone | Radio Juxtapoz

February 17th, 2020


Graffiti, and Street Art for that matter, have been analyzed so much over the past few decades for both its content and social impact as both vandalism at times, and now, for the most part, as the seeds for urban …

036: The HOMELESS Podcast with Void Projects | Radio Juxtapoz

February 3rd, 2020


Homeless is the latest project from artist and past Radio Juxtapoz guest, Axel Void and his ongoing residency, Void Projects. In association with Fifth Wall TV's and Radio Juxtapoz co-host Doug Gillen, Homeless offers …

035: Merry Karnowsky | Radio Juxtapoz

January 28th, 2020


Pop Surrealism has a special place in our hearts as Juxtapoz Magazine, whether it be the special universes created by Mark Ryden, Todd Schorr, Audrey Kawasaki or even Marion Peck, but how the city of Los Angeles helped …

034: Andrew Edlin | Radio Juxtapoz

January 13th, 2020


If there was ever a piece of art history that Juxtapoz likes to know more about, its Outsider Art. We could always use a crash-course, a 101 if you …

033: Alex Pardee | Radio Juxtapoz

January 2nd, 2020


When we look back on over 25 years of Juxtapoz Magazine, there is a huge chunk of our editorial influence that comes from underground comics and character development and how that has found its way into fine art. Alex …

032: Add Fuel | Radio Juxtapoz

December 18th, 2019


We close our trilogy of Miami Art Week Radio Juxtapoz episodes with an old friend, Diogo Machado, aka ADD FUEL. After talking about the subtle …

031: Jenny Morgan | Radio Juxtapoz

December 13th, 2019


We love when we get two former cover artists on Radio Juxtapoz, and following up on our conversation with Jean Jullien during Miami Art Week where

030: Jean Jullien | Radio Juxtapoz

December 6th, 2019


For the first Radio Juxtapoz Podcast conversation of Miami Art week, we sat down with the Paris-based artist on the rooftop of The Hotel of South Beach, where we were hosting a special exhibition, Juxtapoz at 25: In …

SPECIAL: Miami Art Week Kick-Off 2019 | Radio Juxtapoz

December 6th, 2019


We are back where it all started! A year into the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, we are back in Miami, this time in South Beach during Art Week with a special grouping of conversations with the artist's that have helped shape …

029: Ron English | Radio Juxtapoz

November 29th, 2019


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 …

028: Rebecca Morgan | Radio Juxtapoz

November 12th, 2019


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 …

027: Art From the Protest, A Focus on Lebanon | Radio Juxtapoz

November 1st, 2019


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 …

026: Stanley Donwood | Radio Juxtapoz

October 21st, 2019


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 …

025: How Cities Talk To Us, Live From Social Surfaces in Manchester, UK | Radio Juxtapoz

October 15th, 2019


"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 …

024: Paul Harfleet | Radio Juxtapoz

September 16th, 2019


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 …

023: HYURO | Radio Juxtapoz

September 11th, 2019


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, …

022: Molly Crabapple | Radio Juxtapoz

September 2nd, 2019


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 …

021: Anna Park | Radio Juxtapoz

August 26th, 2019


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, …

020: Ed and Deanna Templeton | Radio Juxtapoz

August 13th, 2019


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 …

019: Stephen "ESPO" Powers | Radio Juxtapoz

August 8th, 2019


"Speaking with pictures." That's a great way to start. Stephen "ESPO" Powers is a rare icon in the contemporary art world. Graffiti, sign painting, museum installations, books, major public art projects, gallery shows, …

018: Addam Yekutieli (aka Know Hope) | Radio Juxtapoz

July 29th, 2019


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 …

017: MADSAKI | Radio Juxtapoz

July 15th, 2019


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 …

016: Icy & Sot | Radio Juxtapoz

May 27th, 2019


The first time Juxtapoz met Icy & Sot, they were an up-and-coming brother-artistic duo, recently immigrated from Iran to USA, working primarily …

SPECIAL: Cultural Lens with Martha Cooper, Janette Beckman and Miranda Barnes Live at Vault by Vans | Radio Juxtapoz

May 20th, 2019


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 …

015: Ben Venom, Live at Vault by Vans | Radio Juxtapoz

May 13th, 2019


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 …

014: Live from Moniker Art Fair in NYC with Carlo McCormick, Li-Hill and Urban Nation | Radio Juxtapoz

May 8th, 2019


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 …

013: Live From Nuart Aberdeen with VHILS, Axel Void and Professor Jeff Ferrell | Radio Juxtapoz

April 29th, 2019


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 …

012: Live From Crystal Ship with Miss Van, Crystal Wagner and Case Maclaim | Radio Juxtapoz

April 17th, 2019


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 …

011: JR | Radio Juxtapoz

April 8th, 2019


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 …

010: Selina Miles | Radio Juxtapoz

March 25th, 2019


Are we excited for Radio Juxtapoz podcast, episode 10? You better believe it. We criss-crossed the globe to connect with acclaimed filmmaker, Sydney, …

009: Christian Rex van Minnen and Aaron Johnson | Radio Juxtapoz

March 12th, 2019


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 …

008: REVOK | Radio Juxtapoz

February 24th, 2019


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 …

006: Swoon | Radio Juxtapoz

January 14th, 2019


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 …

005: Axel Void and L.E.O. | Radio Juxtapoz

December 20th, 2018


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 …

004: Camille Rose Garcia | Radio Juxtapoz

December 13th, 2018


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 …

003: Muzae Sesay | Radio Juxtapoz

December 10th, 2018


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 …

002: Shepard Fairey | Radio Juxtapoz

December 10th, 2018


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 …

001: Lucy Sparrow | Radio Juxtapoz

December 4th, 2018


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 …

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