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.
In 2010, LeVine put on a group show for the fifth anniversary of his gallery; some of the works were also shown on The New York Times website, with audio commentary by LeVine.
- Jonathan LeVine Gallery. Archived 20 November 2016.
- John Strausbaugh (March 3, 2010). Street Art That's Finding A New Address. The New York Times. Accessed May 2017.
- 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.
- Benjamin Genocchio (June 29, 2007). E Pluribus Venom. The New York Times.
- "Pop Goes the Street". The New York Times.