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
Press | April 10, 2018

Koralie on Brooklyn Street Art

KORALIE’S TRIPPY FOLK PRECISION IS HARMONIZED FOR “INDIGO BLOOD PROJECT” All photos (photo © Jaime Rojo) Former French Street Artist Koralie is currently having an extensive solo gallery show of paintings, sculpture and installation with Jonathan LeVine Projects in Jersey City, and her geisha is not hard to find – at least her sunny spirit is... 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
Press | February 16, 2018

CARDBOARD MASTERY AND FANTASTICAL SCULPTURES OF DANIEL AGDAG

INTERVIEW: CARDBOARD MASTERY AND FANTASTICAL SCULPTURES OF DANIEL AGDAG Interview by Evan Pricco Maybe it’s just me, but there is something quite comforting with controlled chaos. I like the idea of organization amongst all the noise of the world, where you let yourself blend into the mechanice of the modern world. Daniel Agdag, with his... read more
Press | February 14, 2018

JOHN JACOBSMEYER ON HIS NEW SHOW, VIDEO GAMES AND THE PERKS OF CHEAP PLYWOOD

INTERVIEW: JOHN JACOBSMEYER ON HIS NEW SHOW, VIDEO GAMES, TV, AND THE PERKS OF CHEAP PLYWOOD In anticipation of John Jacobsmeyer’s upcoming show, Great Feats and Defeats, at Jonathan Levine Projects, we got in touch with him to hear a bit about where he’s been at lately. Jacosbmeyer’s video-game inspired world of conflict reflects his... read more
Press | February 13, 2018

Kip Omolade: Heavy Metal Deity (Interview)

KIP OMOLADE HEAVY METAL DEITY INTERVIEW BY RON ENGLISH // PORTRAIT BY BRYAN DERBALLA  I haven’t yet had the pleasure of meeting Kip Omolade face-to-face, but I have certainly pondered the faces he has made. I have always been mesmerized by reflective surfaces and fully understand the complexities of painting oil on canvas to mimic light on metal.... read more
Press | February 6, 2018

Creativebloch Interviews Jonathan LeVine (Video)

As Jonathan LeVine Projects approaches its one year anniversary in Jersey City, Jonathan LeVine sat down with Creativebloch Magazine for a candid conversation about relocating from NYC, the art market and advice he gives emerging artists.  Watch the full interview below and pick up the Winter 2017 issue of Creativebloch for more with LeVine, as... read more
Press | February 6, 2018

Erik Jones on Hi-Fructose

Erik Jones Offers New Vibrant Works in ‘Armor’ By Andy Smith The vibrant work of Erik Jones takes an intimate step in a new series of images under the title Armor at Jonathan Levine Projects. The works mix acrylics, watercolor, pencil, water-soluble wax pastel, and other materials. “(His) work is vibrant and colorful, expressing a heightened sense... read more
News Uncategorized | December 29, 2017

‘From Dream To Reality’ with Carlos Ramirez (Short Film)

  In “From Dream to Reality“, filmmaker Max Joseph shared the out loud process of coming up with the original idea to cover road medians in art that would appear to become animated as people drove by, the challenges of unforseen hurdles and the creative collaborations that would change and evolve the idea over the... read more
Press | December 27, 2017

Carlos Ramirez in BL!SS Magazine

THE ART OF CARLOS RAMIREZ Marsea Goldberg October 9, 2017 This month we have the pleasure of featuring Coachella-based artist Carlos Ramirez, formerly one half of the art duo The Date Farmers. Ramirez’s new body of work is stunningly multidimensional, integrating Mexican iconography with embedded catholic symbolism, and it is peppered with political and pop... read more
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
News | December 15, 2017

The Making of ‘Lick NY’ by Prefab77

Prefab77 has a reputation for creating an all out assault of patterns and textures in his prints – from hand painted backgrounds to stencil and graffiti work, he weaves a luxurious mixture of acrylic, spraypaint, wheatpaste and foil across a range of high quality papers and reclaimed substrates.  For his upcoming release, he created a... read more