Rusha & Co, in collaboration with Juxtapoz and curators Evan Pricco and Kim Stephens, present I'd Love To See You, the first exhibition in a series to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the independently published art magazine. The exhibition features all works on paper, created in the spirit of Juxtapoz as a democratic meeting place of the arts for over the past three decades.

I'd Love to See You; a title with multiple meanings. Earlier this year, we overheard and oversaw a man in Times Square staring into his phone, deep in a facetime conversation he said that simple phrase: "I'd love to see you." Founded by Los Angeles artists and based in San Francisco, Juxtapoz has wandered the globe and has a history in Times Square, home of a two-week residency with our famous Newsstand in 2015, and we also have a history of being something social, a meeting place. Artists work best in the context of a collective spirit and Juxtapoz has always had community at its heart, a place for everyone to access the arts, and where artists love to see each other too; batons passed, stories shared, faces often deeply buried or hidden in the studio, finally seen. 

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I'd Love To See You is akin to putting together an issue of Juxtapoz. It is a group discussion from a multitude of perspectives. A magazine that began as a printed publication, founded just as the Internet was growing, a survivor of the blogosphere and social media boom, takes a moment away from technology and brings it back to its roots: paper and Los Angeles. A works on paper show, shared with friends, intimate and expansive. 

The artists featured in I'd Love To See You:
Anna Valdez, April Bey, Aryo Toh Djojo, CR Stecyk III, Christian Rex van Minnen, Corita Kent, Daniel Gibson, David Shrigley, Eri Itoi, Eric White, Escif, Ever Velasquez, Genevieve Gaignard, Geoff McFetridge, Guy Rusha, Hannah Lupton Reinhard, Hilda Palafox, Ivy Haldeman, Jane Dickson, Jameson Green, Jason REVOK, Jean Jullien, Julian Pace, Kara Joslyn, Kenrick McFarlane, Lenworth McIntosh, Luján Pérez Hernández, Naive John, Nehemiah Cisneros, Ozzie Juarez, Mark Ryden, rafa esparza, Raymond Pettibon, Sachi Moskowitz, Sage Vaughn, Saj Issa, Senon Williams, Shadi Al-Atallah, Shepard Fairey, Susanne Melanie Berry, Swoon, Troy Lamarr Chew II

Poster designs by Tom Adler and Archiv-e.