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
News | March 16, 2018

The Making of ‘Indigo Blood Project’ by Koralie (Video)

For the month of April JLP will be taken over by Indigo Blood Project, an extensive exhibition by French artist Koralie featuring work on canvas, prints, sculptures, a film, as well as an immersive installation. Drawing inspiration from her travels around the world she’s particularly interested in folk customs, emblematic monuments and animist rituals, all... read more
News | October 19, 2016

Time-Lapse Video by Glenn Barr

Detroit-based artist Glenn BarrĀ gives life to isolated characters living in a bleak world, drenched in the grit and haze of a post-apocalyptic urban dreamscape. With a nod to old master painting, pulp art and cartooning, he invites viewers into the unknown and its otherworldly narratives. In preparation for his debut solo exhibition at the gallery,... 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
Video | June 6, 2012

JLG @ SCOPE-Basel 2012

Jonathan LeVine Gallery is pleased to announce its program for SCOPE-Basel 2012, a group presentation featuring selected works by 18 artists including: Alex Gross, Brett Amory, Dylan Egon, Faile, Haroshi, Henrik Uldalen, How & Nosm, Jim Houser, Jordan Nickel (Pose), Marco Mazzoni, Natalia Fabia, Nicoletta Ceccoli, REVOK, Sit, Souther Salazar, Tara McPherson, Victor Castillo and... read more
Video | June 5, 2012

Doze Green video by Colin Day

Check out this brand new video by Colin Day of Doze Green filmed while the artist was working in his studio on the series of paintings in his current exhibition, Luminosity in the Dark Rift.
Video | April 24, 2012

In Bed with INVADER

Shot in early 2011, this short film by Raphael Haddad follows Invader through the streets of Paris one night as he places mosaics all around the city.
News | April 17, 2012

Trading Tortoise by Souther Salazar

Leave it to the imaginations of Souther Salazar and Monica Choy to develop The Trading Tortoise, one of the most creative interactive traveling art installations we’ve heard of in a very long time. Watch Salazar and Choy discuss their vision for the project in the video above, and click HERE to learn how you can... read more
Video | March 14, 2012

Phil Frost video on Bob Marley

In celebration of the upcoming release of MARLEY, Kevin Macdonald‘s feature length documentary on the life of Bob Marley, reclusive artist Phil Frost participated in this short video in which he talks about the influence of Marley’s music in his work and life. MARLEY hits theaters and digital outlets on 4/20/2012 and includes never before... read more
Video | February 7, 2012

Hybrid Thinking – opening video

Short video shot on the opening night of Hybrid Thinking group exhibition curated by Marc + Sara Schiller of Wooster Collective, featuring work by artists Dal, Herakut, Hyuro, Roa, Sit and Vinz.
Video | August 24, 2011

Olek video by FWL

src="http://www.babelgum.com/embed/6004890"; type="application/x-shockwave-flash" allowscriptaccess="never" allowfullscreen="true" width="600" height="356"> In the latest video by Friends We Love, Polish-born, New York-based crochet artist Olek discusses her work featured in The Bad Artists Imitate, The Great Artists Steal, her current solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery.
Video | August 2, 2011

Olek videos of public performances

Polish-born, New York-based Crochet artist Olek is a prolific practitioner of public and performance art (both authorized and unauthorized). Here we share videos of a few of her recent works in NYC, wrapping human subjects as well as objects including the Charging Bull bronze sculpture on Wall Street, a grand piano for the PopUp Pianos "Sing for... read more