Video | March 1, 2013

Parra/LeLe Music Video: Breakfast

Dutch artist Parra is a member of an electronic music group called Le Le. In 2008, his artwork was animated into a music video for their hit club song, Breakfast.    
Video | February 26, 2013

2012 Parra mural at SFMOMA

In 2012, Amsterdam-based, Dutch artist Parra was commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) to create Weirded Out, a 60-foot mural that is now part of their permanent collection. In this video, the artist discusses his inspiration for the imagery featured in the piece: Here is a timelapse video of the work... read more
Video | February 21, 2013

Video: How & Nosm SF mural

Earlier this month, after the opening for Late Confessions, our How & Nosm exhibition, the German twins traveled to San Francisco to paint Self Destructive, a large-scale mural in the Tenderloin district. Here’s a video showing some of the process…  
Video | January 14, 2013

Video of WK’s Project Brave

This video documents the making of PROJECT BRAVE, a large scale mural created by WK in September 2011, commemorating the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, with participation from members of the NYC Fire Department.
Video | November 27, 2012

DALeast video

This time-lapse video features Chinese-born, South Africa-based artist DALeast painting a large-scale mural in Rochester NY, in the Summer of 2012. This piece was part of a project created by the Synthesis Collaborative and featured in the documentary Wall/Therapy. Produced by: Ian Wilson and Philip Night Directed and Edited by: Jeff Coles Smith Music by:... read more
Video | November 6, 2012

Complex MONY 2013

Jonathan LeVine has been nominated by Complex for their Man of Next Year 2013 (MONY 2013) poll, along with four other nominees in the art and design category. See the Magazine’s editors discuss their selection process in the video below, and cast your vote HERE.
Video | October 9, 2012

Olek video 2011—2012

This video documents a year of projects created by Olek in locations around the world, from August 2011 through the end of September 2012. The artist is currently raising funds for an ongoing legal case by selling several prints of images of her crochet work. Please visit olekappeal.com for more information on the charges against... read more
Video | October 2, 2012

Stephan Doitschinoff (Calma) CRAS

Brazilian artist Stephan Doitschinoff (Calma) has developed a unique and deeply symbolic visual language comprising iconoclastic and folkloric elements. His paintings, sculptures, installations, and public performances provide glimpses into another political and philosophical dimension. In this video he discusses his second monograph CRAS, recently published by Gestalten, which includes impressive close-ups that capture the detail and... read more
Video | September 18, 2012

Gary Baseman: Unmasked

In this terrific 20 minute mini-documentary on Gary Baseman, filmed in the artist’s Los Angeles studio, he reflects on projects he has worked on over the course of his career, in preparation for an upcoming retrospective exhibition scheduled for the Spring of 2013 at the Skirball Cultural Center.  
Video | September 12, 2012

Invader – Art4Space

Invader ‘gets up’ higher than ever with his latest project: Art4Space… The prolific Parisian artist who has ‘Invaded’ cities around the world takes over a new territory by sending a piece into the stratosphere, becoming the first artist to send an artistic creation this far above the earth’s surface. A pioneer of the International street... read more
Video | July 5, 2012

Jason deCaires Taylor Video

This film of works by Jason deCaires Taylor was screened in the project room of Jonathan LeVine Gallery during the artist’s 2012 solo exhibition, Human Nature. The filming spans underwater installations in three countries; Grenada, Bahamas and Mexico. Works featured include: Vicissitudes, Inertia, Holy Man, The Phoenix, The Musician, The last Supper, The Listener, and... read more
Video | June 9, 2012

HAROSHI – new works + videos

Jonathan LeVine Gallery is very pleased to announce a series of incredible new sculptures by Tokyo-based artist Haroshi, which will be part of our program at SCOPE-Basel from June 12—17, 2012. Foot with Invisible Shoe (1-6) is a series of six sculptures created with used skateboard decks. Each foot is unique, created in pairs of... read more