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Juxtapoz Journal – Radio Juxtapoz, ep 107: Julian Tempo and the Artwork of Scale and Reminiscence

It is a dialog about sports activities but in addition does not must be. Nostalgia is a large half about sports activities. So is fable. So is the thought of athletics being bigger than life. For Julian Pace, the Seattle-born and now Los Angeles-based Italian-American painter (his identify shouldn’t be pronounced like the long-lasting gallery), the uniforms and the symbolism of athletics is on the coronary heart of his latest solo present, Entrance and Again, on view at Simchowitz in LA. It is also about reminiscence and the sharing of generational tales. It is about household and texture.

On this episode of the Radio Juxtapoz podcast, Evan Pricco sits down with Tempo at his studio in downtown LA to speak in regards to the rise of his profession over the past 4 years, how a unconscious affect of Italian portray is seen in his work and the way he makes use of acquainted iconography to problem our collective reminiscence of them. On the eve of latest solo present in Belgium at De Brock, Tempo tells a narrative of his household, his journey each bodily and mentally and the way the open-ideas of Los Angeles have helped form him.

The Radio Juxtapoz podcast is hosted by FIFTH WALL TV’s Doug Gillen and Juxtapoz editor, Evan Pricco. Episode 107 was recorded in March 2023 in Los Angeles. Observe us on @radiojuxtapoz

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