Détournement:
Signs of the Times

Group exhibition
curated by Carlo McCormick

August 8, 2012 through August 25, 2012

NEW YORK, NY (July 30, 2012) — Jonathan LeVine Gallery is pleased to present Détournement: Signs of the Times, a group exhibition curated by Carlo McCormick, featuring work by a number of artists, including:

AIKO  
Dan Witz
David Wojnarowicz (estate)
Dylan Egon
EINE  
Ilona Granet
Jack Pierson
John Law (Jack Napier)
Leo Fitzpatrick
Mark Flood
Martin Wong (estate)
Max Rippon (RIPO)
Mike Osterhout
Posterboy  
Ron English
Shepard Fairey
Steve Powers (ESPO)
TrustoCorp  
Will Boone
Zevs  

ABOUT THE ARTISTS

Dylan Egon

Dylan Egon was born in 1966 in New York City and is currently based in Jersey City, NJ. He studied Anthropology and Archeology at Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama and later studied Film at City Tech University in New York. Egon works in a variety of mediums (collage, assemblage, sculpture) and often uses objects from his vast personal collection as focal points in his work. In a review for The New York Times, Benjamin Genocchio referred to Egon's work as “sites of cultural compression, fetishization and wonder.”

Shepard Fairey

Shepard Fairey was born in 1970, in Charleston, South Carolina, and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He received a BA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1991. In 1989, Fairey launched an ambitious campaign of stickers and posters featuring a stenciled image of the wrestler Andre the Giant. In the two decades since then, his artwork has been exhibited in numerous galleries and museums around the world. Fairey designed the iconic “Hope” graphic for Barack Obama used during the 2007-2008 presidential campaign. In January 2009, during inauguration week, the “Hope” image was acquired by the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, and became part of their permanent collection. In February of 2009, a mid-career survey of Fairey’s work over the past 20 years was the subject of his first major museum exhibition at The Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston. In 2010, the show traveled to The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, PA, and Contemporary Arts Center in Cincinnati, OH. Fairey's work is included in the collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego; and the National Portrait Gallery, Washington, DC.

Dan Witz

Dan Witz was born in 1957 in Chicago, Illinois and is currently based in Brooklyn, New York. He attended Rhode Island School of Design from 1975-77 and came to New York in 1978 to attend Cooper Union, receiving a BFA in 1980. In 1982, he received a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1992 and 2000, he received fellowships from the New York Foundation for the Arts, and in 1998 he received a fellowship from the Public Art Fund. His work has been exhibited in galleries and museums worldwide such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Witz has been featured in many publications including The Wall Street Journal, TIME Magazine, New York Magazine, The Huffington Post and ARTINFO. In 2010, Gingko Press released In Plain View, a monograph documenting 30 years of Witz’s career of works created in the studio and on the street.

AIKO  



 

Dan Witz





David Wojnarowicz (estate)



Dylan Egon

 

EINE  

 

Ilona Granet

 

Jack Pierson

 

John Law (Jack Napier)







Leo Fitzpatrick

 

Mark Flood



Martin Wong (estate)

 

Max Rippon (RIPO)



Mike Osterhout



Posterboy  

 

Ron English







Shepard Fairey



Steve Powers (ESPO)

 

TrustoCorp  

 

Will Boone

 

Zevs  



 
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