News | August 15, 2018

Interview with Win Wallace in Juxtapoz

WIN WALLACE: FIRST PRIZE WINNER OF JONATHAN LEVINE’S 2018 DELUSIONAL ART CONTEST Win Wallace is this year’s winner of Jonathan Levine‘s Delusional Art Contest. His work features many masked characters, usually with a cast of animal companions. They contain movement over stillness, sometimes with vivid colors contrasted against dim or black skies. Each piece has... read more
News | August 7, 2018

Jeff Soto: FutureGods at MOAH

Jeff Soto: FutureGods is currently on view at the Lancaster Museum of Art & History as part of a museum wide presentation of eight solo shows that make up The Robot Show,  which explores the place robots, and other forms of artificial intelligence, have in a contemporary social landscape – from popular culture to nature and... read more
News | July 12, 2018

2018 Finalists Announced!

THE SEARCH IS OVER!  Jonathan LeVine Projects 2nd Annual Delusional Art Competition opens on August 1st and will feature work by the following 40 artists, which were selected by our jury: Alayna Coverly, Amy Guidry, Anthony Solano, Anton Hoeger, Risa Tochigi (boogieREZ), Carly Slade, Caroline Pool, Cesar Piette, Cielle Graham, Daniel Coves, Eelco van den Berg, Floria Gonzalez, Harumi Ori, Hilary Hubanks, Hiroshi Sato, Jonathan Aller, Jorge Catoni, Joshua Flint, Kathryn Polk, Katie Shima, Kyle... read more
Press | June 30, 2018

Ben Tolman on Arrested Motion

New Drawings by Ben Tolman at Jonathan LeVine Projects Jonathan LeVine Projects in New Jersey will be presenting the insanely detailed drawings of Ben Tolman in a solo show. Working with both geometric forms and urban sprawl, the Washington D.C.-based artist creates frenetic compositions that will introduce you to some new intriguing new element with... read more
Press | June 29, 2018

Interview with Ronald Gonzalez in Juxtapoz

RONALD GONZALEZ ON HIS ENTHUSIASM FOR TV, TEACHING FROM EXPERIENCE, AND FINDING HOME. Ronald Gonzalez creates figurative sculptures that meld everyday objects into human forms, creating inanimate yet expressive beings concerning themes of mortality, memory, and psychic pain. His upcoming show Things Portrayed at Jonathan Levine Projects features new work from his Head Series, made... read more
Press | May 16, 2018

Jamie Adams on Hi-Fructose

New Jamie Adams Works Examine Memory & Family by Andy Smith Jamie Adams offers striking oil paintings that “present the artist’s reconstruction of scenes from his father’s youth” in the new show Blondie Bubba at Jonathan Levine Projects. The works blend the influences of varying artforms while examining the idea of memory. Adam was featured... read more
Press | May 10, 2018

Interview with Kai & Sunny in Juxtapoz

A CHAT WITH KAI & SUNNY BEFORE THEIR NEW SHOW “TWISTS AND TURNS” Kai & Sunny have been working on Twists & Turns, an exhibition of new work for their second solo show at Jonathan Levine Projects. This new body of work by the UK-based duo showcases their uniquely distinguishable compositions of archival ballpoint pen... read more
News | May 8, 2018

Moniker Art Fair Recap

Moniker Art Fair made its debut in the United States during Frieze Week (May 3 – 6, 2018) featuring galleries from around the world that are dedicated urban culture.  Renowned for thinking outside of the white cube model the eight year old London fair took over the Greenpoint Terminal Warehouse in Brooklyn with a stellar presentation... read more
News | May 1, 2018

New Work by Brusk
for Moniker Art Fair (Video)

Moniker Art Fair settles into Brooklyn this week for its inaugural debut in the United States and we’re excited to present a solo presentation of new work by Brusk in booth 26.  This French artist is best known for his signature dripping style and merges imagery from pop culture, film and comic books.  Blurring the... read more
News | April 17, 2018

‘Indigo Blood’
Short Film by Koralie

Metaphor of the creativity process, through the cycle of life represented by the personified nature. A short film on the universal language of visual art, dance and music. A story in 4 chapters, telling the process of creativity, the relationship between Man and nature and the concept of cycle of life. chapter I : GENESIS... read more
Press | April 10, 2018

Koralie on Brooklyn Street Art

KORALIE’S TRIPPY FOLK PRECISION IS HARMONIZED FOR “INDIGO BLOOD PROJECT” All photos (photo © Jaime Rojo) Former French Street Artist Koralie is currently having an extensive solo gallery show of paintings, sculpture and installation with Jonathan LeVine Projects in Jersey City, and her geisha is not hard to find – at least her sunny spirit is... read more