News | February 19, 2016

Mana Urban Arts Project: RIME Video

In collaboration with Mana Urban Arts Project and Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Brooklyn-based RIME has created a memorial piece to legendary street artist NACE (NACEO), a graffiti innovator in the 1990s and a frequent collaborator of KAWS. The location is particularly meaningful to RIME, as he and NACE used to paint the area often in the... read more
News | February 12, 2016

Studio Visit with RIME

In anticipation of his debut solo exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Conclusions, RIME invited us into his Brooklyn studio to get a sneak peek of the new work and talk about his process. RIME (aka Jersey Joe) has over twenty-five years of experience in graffiti and is recognized as an esteemed artist with adventurous style.... read more
News | December 11, 2015

Projection Mapping by Faith47

For opening night of Aqua Regalia – Chapter Two a projection mapping sequence was created in collaboration between Faith47 and Inka Kendzia (The Grrrl). Faith created a shrine-like installation made out of found objects and the mapping sequence was then projected onto the structure.  Watch the video below to get a glimpse of this beautiful project. Video... read more
News | November 28, 2015

Context | Art Miami 2015

CONTEXT | ART MIAMI 2015 December 1 – 6, 2015 Booth CTX26 Art Miami Pavilion Wynwood Arts District 2901 NE 1st Avenue Miami, Florida 33137 Jonathan LeVine Gallery is pleased to invite guests to the gallery’s booth, CTX46, at Art Miami. We will be presenting work by the following artists at CONTEXT: AJ FOSIK ALEX... read more
News | November 24, 2015

Mana Urban Arts Project: Augustine Kofie

Mana Urban Arts Project and Jonathan Levine Gallery present this short video documenting Los Angeles-based artist Augustine Kofie’s addition to the Ice House, the latest from an ongoing collaboration. Kofie harmonizes differing shapes and angles in his work by setting futuristic compositions against vintage earth-toned palettes and collaged graphics, creating organically complex formations through meticulously... read more
News | November 18, 2015

New Murals by Faith47

In anticipation of her deput exhibition at Jonathan LeVine Gallery, as well as in New York City, Faith47 created a series of new murals all around the world.  With a street art carrer spanning over 15 years, she attempts to disarm the strategies of global realpolitik in order to advance the expression of personal truth.... read more
News | November 7, 2015

Studio Visit with Augustine Kofie

Augustine Kofie (b. 1973 in Los Angeles, California) is inspired by the basic building blocks of the geometric world and has formed a retro-futuristic aesthetic, transplanting shapes and angles into an organic, yet highly mathematical form of abstraction. Merging his traditional graffiti education with his deep love of illustration and architectural renderings, he plays with... read more
News | November 6, 2015

Dylan Egon Collaboration with Chanel

The Fall 2015 issue of NO TOFU Magazine features a Chanel Beauty editorial spread that includes new art objects by Dylan Egon. Model Enly Tamella is accessorized in a helmet, headpiece and storm trooper armor created by Egon, all of which fit his aesthetic of merging art and design, as well as highlight his commitment to fine craftsmenship.... read more
News | November 3, 2015

In the Gallery with Brett Amory

Brett Amory | This Land Is Not For Sale: Forgotten, Past and Foreseeable Futures Brett Amory continues to develop his Waiting series in This Land Is Not For Sale: Forgotten, Past and Foreseeable Futures, his third solo show at the gallery that explores the gentrification of New York City’s Lower East Side.  In this new body of work Amory... read more
News | November 2, 2015

Mana Urban Arts Project: How & Nosm

How & Nosm finished a new mural in Jersey City this month as part of the latest edition to the Mana Urban Arts Project, a collaboration between Mana Contemporary and Jonathan LeVine Gallery. The piece, titled At the Center of It All, explores themes that the artist duo, as well as twin brothers, think are... read more
News | October 1, 2015

Mana Urban Arts Project: Shepard Fairey

Mana Contemporary and Jonathan LeVine Gallery recently partnered with renowned street artist Shepard Fairey to create one of his most monumental works to date for the Mana Urban Arts Project. Natural Springs measures 147 feet wide by 47 feet tall and took Fairey and his crew five days and 200 cans of spray paint to complete. It... read more
News | September 29, 2015

In the Gallery with Stephan Doitschinoff

 Stephan Doitschinoff  |  Three-Planet Lifestyle Brazilian artist Stephan Doitschinoff has created a unique visual language and style by embracing his eclectic influences. Describing himself as a hacker, he hacks structures of conservative power, specifically religion and politics, using their familiar symbols and vocabulary in an attempt convey the perils of modern society. Watch the video... read more