Uncategorized | May 16, 2018

Jamie Adams on Hi-Fructose

New Jamie Adams Works Examine Memory & Family by Andy Smith Jamie Adams offers striking oil paintings that “present the artist’s reconstruction of scenes from his father’s youth” in the new show Blondie Bubba at Jonathan Levine Projects. The works blend the influences of varying artforms while examining the idea of memory. Adam was featured... 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
Uncategorized | August 30, 2017

Interview with Handiedan

INTERVIEW WITH HANDIEDAN + THE FOURTH DIMENSION: TIME @ JONATHAN LEVINE PROJECTS By Kylie Dexter Complex and detailed collages with pop culture vintage beauties, fiercely independent and submerged in earthy colours, are the best way for me to describe Handiedan’s works. Tiny fragments that create a visual narrative that is nostalgic, with touches of dark... read more
Press Uncategorized | July 12, 2017

Urban Art Fair Recap

JONATHAN LEVINE PROJECTS’ SELECTION FOR URBAN ART FAIR NYC Jonathan LeVine Projects has put on an impressive selection for Urban Art Fair New York in booth 6.02. Their exhibit features work by Augustine Kofie, DALeast, Dan Witz, EVOL, Faith47 and Prefab77. Also on view will be a selection of twenty limited edition prints by an... read more
Uncategorized | May 19, 2016

Hi-Fructose Show at Virginia MOCA

Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art May 22 – December 31, 2016 Opening Reception: May 21, 2016 from 8:30 – 11pm Opening Reception Tickets Opening this Sunday, May 22, 2016, the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) will exhibit some of the foremost contemporary artists in Turn the Page:... read more
News Uncategorized | April 15, 2016

Erik Jones Interview on PRØHBTD

Erik Jones: The End of the Immortals By David Jenison Erik Jones paid his dues illustrating comic book covers, but his passion for gallery work motivated the native Floridian to make a New York move with little money in his pockets. Despite the risky relocation, the Brooklyn-based artist now shows his vibrant, colorful, expressive works... read more