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Cojo Art Juggernaut

Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Artiholics, Art Sucks, and the soon to be launched podcast Artist In Repose, Cojo "Art Juggernaut" (Colin C. Jorgensen) is a NYC based artist, art writer, and occasional photographer.

February, 2014

  • 11 February

    The Madness of Art: Episode (001) “Tony”

    EPISODE 001: “TONY”: Contemporary artist Robert Attanasio’s pithy analysis of the relationship between artist and dealer.  Later, Chicago Artist Tony Fitzpatrick drops by the gallery unannounced and tries to explain that old adage “time is money.” Artiholics is proud to present The Madness of Art. An online show, which the Huff …

  • 11 February

    [NSFW] Omni-Phantasmic Nude Underwater Photographic Voyaging

    New York – Tuesday, February 11, 2014 Photographer Neil Craver‘s underwater nude rock quarry photo series, Omni-Phantasmic, proves he is equally adept at underwater photography as he is at capturing the nude female form. This series is great example of the benefits of the constant push forward in HD Digital …

  • 7 February

    Making a Walking Dead Style Walker: Lessons From a SFX Makeup Artist

    New York – Friday, February 7, 2014 The Walking Dead is my favorite drama on basic cable, and in honor of it’s return this Sunday night I asked special effects makeup artist  Stella Barber to break down the steps involved in transforming a perfectly good human, into a perfectly rotted …

  • 3 February

    The One NSFW Art Opening You Can Take Your Kids To (Video)

    Portland, Maine – Monday, February 3, 2014 Imagine if Auguste Renoir and Valerie Solanas had a baby… Artist Greta Bank‘s show NSFW allowed her to transmogrify Portland, Maine’s SPACE Gallery into an immersive landscape of paintings of the female form, raw building materials, and a wall of diffused light, but …

  • 3 February

    The Star-Studded NYC Opening of Helena Christensen’s Photo Exhibit

    New York – Monday, February 3, 2014 Throughout history there has always been a symbiotic relationship between the artist and their model.  A living muse is a thing of beauty which only remains in tact for a few short years, and it’s the artists ability recognize this beauty and to …