News | December 21, 2017

The Unmaking of ‘I Don’t Want To Grow Up’ by Alessandro Gallo

Alessandro Gallo’s solo exhibition For Some Reason (2016) featured I Don’t Want To Grow Up, a stoneware sculpture standing 18 inches tall modeled after the likeness of Jonathan LeVine. This new video – The Unmaking of I Don’t Want to Grow Up – show the artists process in reverse, giving a new perspective to the art... read more
Press | February 16, 2017

Exhibition Preview: Welcome to New Jersey

Fall by Jeremy Geddes After twelve years of inhabiting the famous Chelsea art district in New York City, Jonathan LeVine Gallery is now relocating to Jersey City with a newfound focus on community and collaboration. The latest Jonathan LeVine group show will now open as their inaugural exhibition in Jersey City. Titled Welcome to New Jersey, the exhibition will feature... read more
Press | December 16, 2016

Alessandro Gallo in CoArt Magazine

Alessandro Gallo’s For Some Reason I don’t know if the Bloodhound Gang song “The Bad Touch” was popular in Alessandro Gallo’s native Italy, but gazing upon his For Some Reason (2016) solo exhibition’s stoneware sculptures makes me think of that track. I’m referring, of course, to the main chorus of the piece, the stanza “You and... read more
News | August 30, 2014

Meet Alessandro Gallo

MEET THE ARTIST: ALESSANDRO GALLO If you were an animal, what would it be? The Donkey. He’s proverbially stubborn, stupid and works hard. It reminds me not to take myself too seriously.   What do you have in common with your sculptures? We are both three dimensional and we wear clothes (sense of humor is an important side of my... read more