To continue their celebration of 20 years in the game, Juxtapoz Magazine has partnered with the Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery to present a group exhibition titled "20 Years Under the Influence of Juxtapoz." Curated by Andrew Hosner of Thinkspace Gallery and Gary Pressman of Copro Gallery, the show opens on Feb. 22 and will feature the work of nearly 100 of the artists who have been appeared in the magazine over the past two decades. 

The work of Know Hope, Shepard Fairey, Dabs Myla, Aaron Horkey, Miss Van, Nosego, Tristan Eaton, Tara McPherson, Low Bros, Sainer, C215, Bezt,​ Audrey Kawasaki and many others will share the gallery space with another exhibition that opens the same day titled "SLANG Aesthetics!," which showcases the work of Juxtapoz co-founder and "godfather of the low brow and pop surrealist art," Robert Williams.

The images below are of various paintings, sculptures, and mixed-media works that will be on view beginning next week, as well as a schedule of events for both exhibitions. These and other works are currently available for purchase ahead of the opening, so head over to the Thinkspace Gallery website now.

The Influence, Joram Roukes. Image via Thinkspace Gallery
Oh Lord I, Miss Van. Image via Thinkspace Gallery
Bitch Revisited, Luke Chueh. Image via Thinkspace Gallery
Coalition II, Kevin Peterson. Image via Thinkspace Gallery
Andy, Kazuhiro Tsuji. Image via Thinkspace Gallery
When Gravity Fails, Adam Caldwell. Image via Thinkspace Gallery
Circea​, C215. Image via Thinkspace Gallery