December 2017 #203
We can all admit, 2017 was a bit tumultuous no matter where you lived in the world. For the December 2017 issue, we went with a reflective pose, a piece of paradise in the distance vibe. Jules de Balincourt is the artist behind the December 2017 cover of Juxtapoz, and the NYC painter has been mastering the lush, adventure style paintings, transforming the rural and urban into a dreamlike setting. Sitting down with fellow NYC artist, Marcel Dzama, de Balincourt discusses community, Vincent Price and the surfing in Costa Rica.
Also in the December 2017 issue:
—Amir H Fallah on the art of intervention
—Genieve Figgis on play
—A look back on the influential and illustrious career of Robert Rauschenberg
—APEXER on being a San Francisco staple
—Sainer of Etam Cru finds the road to harmony
—We follow John Wentz on his journey around NYC
—Eddie Martinez gets the institutional credit at Wellesley College
—Maria Svarbova finds the perfect color and balance in her photography
—Ezra Koenig of Vampire Weekend on his Netflix show, "Neo Yokio"
—The MoMA asks the question, "Is Fashion Modern?"...
—... and Robert Williams pens a tribute to his late friend, Juxtapoz co-founder, Greg Escalante