Jonathan LeVine

Jonathan LeVine is an American art dealer. In 2005 he opened the Jonathan LeVine Gallery, in the Chelsea area of Manhattan.[1] He sells lowbrow and street art.

As a child, LeVine lived in Trenton, New Jersey. He graduated in sculpture. In 2001 he opened a small gallery in New Hope, Pennsylvania, and two years later moved it to Philadelphia. In 2005 he moved again, to the Chelsea neighborhood of Manhattan, in New York City.[2]

In 2007, work by eight Brazilian street and graffiti artists was shown as "Ruas De São Paulo".[3]

In June 2007, LeVine rented a temporary space in the Dumbo section of Brooklyn for Shepard Fairey's exhibition E Pluribus Venom.[4]

In 2010, LeVine put on a group show for the fifth anniversary of his gallery;[2] some of the works were also shown on The New York Times website, with audio commentary by LeVine.[5]


  1. Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Archived 20 November 2016.
  2. 1 2 John Strausbaugh (March 3, 2010). Street Art That's Finding A New Address. The New York Times. Accessed May 2017.
  3. Chris Maceira (April 2007). April 07 WM Issue #2: Ruas de Sao Paolo: A Survey of Brazilian Street Art @ Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Whitehot Magazine. Archived December 22, 2007.
  4. Benjamin Genocchio (June 29, 2007). E Pluribus Venom. The New York Times.
  5. "Pop Goes the Street". The New York Times.
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