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February 18, 2015
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Jonathan LeVine Interview with All City Canvas: Part I & II

As Jonathan Levine Gallery turns 10 this year, All City Canvas pays tribute to the man behind one of New York’s most prestigious art galleries. We sat down for an afternoon chat with founder Jonathan Levine for a mind-blowing time travel tale, going from his beginnings in the counterculture world of art, punk rock and fanzines, to curating shows at Maxwell’s, Max Fish and CBGB’s, to opening Tin Man Alley in New Hope alongside his mother, to working with Shepard Fairey and Gary Baseman. Along the way, he reveals some of the amazing adventures he has gone through to get where he is today, from bagels to tin toys.

Watch below, Part I & II of an intimate peek at how it all began for Jonathan Levine.

 

 

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