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Masakatsu Sashie "External Effect" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery
Masakatsu Sashie depicts a post-apocalyptic world in hyperreal oil paintings that analyze the influence of technology on the circle of life. Modeled after the town he was born in and continues to reside, his landscapes resemble landfills – capsized by burning vehicles, antiquated technology and an overwhelming amount of man-made debris. Massive orb-shaped amalgams of industrially manufactured products are the focal point of every piece, hovering over desolate cityscapes, drawing attention to the paradox of the vastness of the universe yet the finite amount of space mankind has to exist.October 06, 2016
Jeff Soto: The Sotofish Society
With a history of showing at Jonathan LeVine Gallery for over a decade Jeff Soto returns with paintings and drawings that reinterpret elements of his life’s work. Viewing this series as a rebirth, he continues to transplant viewers to an alternate universe while going back to his roots and evolving iconic characters, such as yetis, reapers, robots and the Sotofish. He describes, “I always feel like an artist’s entire body of work should be fair game to use. My cast of characters and the worlds I create are The Sotofish Society.”September 08, 2016
Juan Francisco Casas "(HE)ARTBROKEN"
Juan Francisco Casas recreates photographs he’s taken as large scale, hyperreal ballpoint pen drawings. While compositions of this size have traditionally been used in art to commemorate royalty and historical events, Casas utilizes the medium to memorialize his personal and provocative exploits. Described as “art for the selfie generation,” his seductive portraits transform viewers into voyeurs, intrigued by what happened prior and after the snapshot was taken.August 31, 2016
Cluster: A Group Show of Groupings
Cluster features work by established artists who have previously shown at the gallery alongside emerging talent making their Jonathan LeVine Gallery debut. Each has been allocated space to display clusters of work, a concept that can be approached in many unique ways and grants each artist the opportunity to show the full range of their aesthetic.July 25, 2016
Andy Kehoe "Fantastical Romanticism"
Uninhibited by any sense of natural order, Andy Kehoe is known for his mixed-media work of human-animal hybrids set in forested backgrounds. Inspired by the Romanticism movement of the 19th century and their emphasis on individuality, emotion, and drama, Kehoe has a similar intuition when creating otherworldly landscapes. With a focus on imagination and emotional response as the source of aesthetic experience, his fantastical imagery evokes a sense of wonderment by emphasizing the grandeur of nature.June 22, 2016
Nychos Brings a 10-Foot-Tall Sculpture of Freud’s Couch to New York
Best known for his murals depicting the anatomies of tigers, rabbits, sharks and pop culture mainstays like Spongebob and Ariel from The Little Mermaid, Austrian street artist Nychos offers viewers a new perspective on the father of psychoanalysis with his latest public art installation in partnership with the Vienna Tourist Board. Titled The Dissection of Sigmund Freud, the 10-foot tall sculpture consists of Freud’s famous couch over a larger-than-life dissected image.June 13, 2016
Nychos "IKON" @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery
Nychos is a street artist, illustrator and painter whose signature style blends themes of morbid corporeality with a colorful, outlandish aesthetic. Inspired by comics, heavy metal, graffiti and his upbringing in a traditional Viennese hunting family, his work reveals the skeletal and internal structure of cartoon-like characters. With impeccable attention to detail, Nychos implements methods of “dissection, cross-section, meltdown and translucence” to juxtapose the beauty and grotesque nature of the body.June 13, 2016