Press | February 16, 2018

CARDBOARD MASTERY AND FANTASTICAL SCULPTURES OF DANIEL AGDAG

INTERVIEW: CARDBOARD MASTERY AND FANTASTICAL SCULPTURES OF DANIEL AGDAG Interview by Evan Pricco Maybe it’s just me, but there is something quite comforting with controlled chaos. I like the idea of organization amongst all the noise of the world, where you let yourself blend into the mechanice of the modern world. Daniel Agdag, with his... read more
Press | February 14, 2018

JOHN JACOBSMEYER ON HIS NEW SHOW, VIDEO GAMES AND THE PERKS OF CHEAP PLYWOOD

INTERVIEW: JOHN JACOBSMEYER ON HIS NEW SHOW, VIDEO GAMES, TV, AND THE PERKS OF CHEAP PLYWOOD In anticipation of John Jacobsmeyer’s upcoming show, Great Feats and Defeats, at Jonathan Levine Projects, we got in touch with him to hear a bit about where he’s been at lately. Jacosbmeyer’s video-game inspired world of conflict reflects his... read more
Press | February 13, 2018

Kip Omolade: Heavy Metal Deity (Interview)

KIP OMOLADE HEAVY METAL DEITY INTERVIEW BY RON ENGLISH // PORTRAIT BY BRYAN DERBALLA  I haven’t yet had the pleasure of meeting Kip Omolade face-to-face, but I have certainly pondered the faces he has made. I have always been mesmerized by reflective surfaces and fully understand the complexities of painting oil on canvas to mimic light on metal.... read more
Press | February 6, 2018

Creativebloch Interviews Jonathan LeVine (Video)

As Jonathan LeVine Projects approaches its one year anniversary in Jersey City, Jonathan LeVine sat down with Creativebloch Magazine for a candid conversation about relocating from NYC, the art market and advice he gives emerging artists.  Watch the full interview below and pick up the Winter 2017 issue of Creativebloch for more with LeVine, as... read more
Press | February 6, 2018

Erik Jones on Hi-Fructose

Erik Jones Offers New Vibrant Works in ‘Armor’ By Andy Smith The vibrant work of Erik Jones takes an intimate step in a new series of images under the title Armor at Jonathan Levine Projects. The works mix acrylics, watercolor, pencil, water-soluble wax pastel, and other materials. “(His) work is vibrant and colorful, expressing a heightened sense... read more
Press | December 27, 2017

Carlos Ramirez in BL!SS Magazine

THE ART OF CARLOS RAMIREZ Marsea Goldberg October 9, 2017 This month we have the pleasure of featuring Coachella-based artist Carlos Ramirez, formerly one half of the art duo The Date Farmers. Ramirez’s new body of work is stunningly multidimensional, integrating Mexican iconography with embedded catholic symbolism, and it is peppered with political and pop... read more
Press | November 16, 2017

Kip Omolade in Asbury Park Press

NYC artist focuses on human faces By Billy Anania Kip Omolade’s Diovadiova Chrome series is a perpetual work in progress, and each new exhibition reveals an expansion of his particular vision. The New York City artist works in sculpture and mixed media, creating intersectional paintings through a multidisciplinary process. The abstract portraits that comprise his ongoing... read more
Press | October 31, 2017

The Weird Show Interviews Eric Basstein

Eric Basstein. Turning collage sketches into mesmerizing paintings. October 31, 2017 – Please, introduce yourself, tell us a little bit about you. I’m Eric a 36 year old from The Netherlands. I live in Eindhoven, a city in the south of the Netherlands. It’s the 5th biggest city in The Netherlands with lot’s of high tech... read more
Press | October 18, 2017

Handiedan Interview in Mass Appeal

INVESTIGATING FEMININITY, HANDIEDAN TIME TRAVELS TO ‘THE FOURTH DIMENSION’ BY JAMIE MALESZKA Dutch artist Handiedan’s muses revel not in earthly delights. Instead, her re-imagined pin-up girls prevail on the curiosities of Quantum Physics and the mysteries of Sacred Geometries and Cosmology. Theirs is a game of complexity, not coquetry. Handiedan draws on both digitally created and found components... read more
Press | September 14, 2017

Kevin Cyr in Hi-Fructose

Kevin Cyr Documents Working-Class Vehicles in ‘Labor Day’ By Andy Smith In a new collection of paintings and drawings, Kevin Cyr pays tribute to the working class via worn vehicles spotted and documented around New York City. “Labor Day” at Jonathan Levine Projects in New Jersey progresses the artist’s love affair with the concept of what vehicles... read more
Press | September 14, 2017

Jonathan LeVine Brings an All-Star Lineup to Heron Arts

East Coast Curator Jonathan LeVine Brings an All-Star Lineup to Heron Arts BY SHAYNA YASUHARA Heron Arts has invited East Coaster Jonathan LeVine to guest curate their upcoming “East Looks West” art show, opening this Saturday. The show is a celebration of two coasts interconnected stylistically, digitally and by the artists themselves—many who are west... read more
Press | August 16, 2017

‘Delusional’ – 1st Annual Juried Group Exhibition (Winners)

Delusional – 1st Annual Juried Group Exhibition Winners Words by Nicole Gordon and Photos by @just_a_spectator and Penn Eastburn August 9th was a great night for all, especially the 42 artists selected as winners of Delusional: Jonathan LeVine’s Search for the Next Great Artist. It was the gallery’s first annual juried exhibition. We know there... read more