Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Doze Green abstract painting Doze Green Continues at Jonathan LeVine Gallery through Saturday

A graffiti writer and b-boy back in the 70′s, California-based Doze Green crafts extraordinary artwork that exudes all the energy, exuberance and irreverence of the New York City streets that were once his.  Out of Nowhere, his current exhibit and fifth solo show at Jonathan LeVine, continues through Saturday at 557C West 23rd Street. Here are a few more images:

Set with Osirian Strap (Penis Envy)mixed media on canvas

Doze Green painting Doze Green Continues at Jonathan LeVine Gallery through Saturday

Napoleon Bonefart, mixed media on wood

Doze Gteen artwork Doze Green Continues at Jonathan LeVine Gallery through Saturday

H Thrice, mixed-media on canvas

doze green H Thrice Doze Green Continues at Jonathan LeVine Gallery through Saturday

The Initiate, mixed media on canvas 

Doze Green Abstract art  edited 1 Doze Green Continues at Jonathan LeVine Gallery through Saturday

The Jonathan LeVine Gallery is open from 11am to 6pm.

Photos of images by Dani Reyes Mozeson; first image is Prophet in the Desert, mixed-media on canvas

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The legendary Bronx-based graffiti artist John Matos aka Crash has been busy these days — with work on the streets, on exhibit and on Ferrari cars.  Here’s a sampling:

At work on the Lower East Side last month for the Lisa Project

crash paints in NYC The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

Recently-completed mural up in the Bronx for TAG Public Arts Project

crash graffiti Bronx The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

At opening of Broken English at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Crash at opening The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

With spray paint on canvas in Broken English at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Wrapped in My Own Existence

Wrapped in my own existence The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

On exhibit in City as Canvas at the Museum of the City of New York, acrylic on canvas, 1986

Crash city as canvas The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

For the Crash Ferrari Art Project, a collaborative venture with Joe “MAC” of Martino Auto Concepts and the Dorian Grey Gallery, on exhibit beginning today, July 24, through July 28 at Art Southampton

Matos art on Ferrari The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

Matos paints auto The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

Matos and Martino Auto concepts The Legendary John Matos aka Crash    on the Streets, on Exhibit and on Ferrari Cars

Photos: 1, 3 and 5 by Dani Reyes Mozeson; photo 2 by Lois Stavsky; photo 4 courtesy of the artist and photos 6-8, courtesy Bettina Cataldi

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While Roa’s huge, wondrous black and white murals continue to grace massive walls in New York City, one of his smaller pieces can be seen mounted onto the walls of the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in Manhattan’s Chelsea gallery district. Hybrid Thinking a group exhibition curated by Marc and Sara Schiller of Wooster Collective, features Roa’s signature animals painted on multiple panels. We were riveted.

In Williamsburg

Roa street art in Williamsburg Roa: On NYC Streets & at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

In Bushwick

Roa street art in Bushwick1 Roa: On NYC Streets & at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

At the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Roa artwork at Jonathan Levine Gallery Roa: On NYC Streets & at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

With doors open

Roa at Jonathan Levine Gallery Roa: On NYC Streets & at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery

photos by Street Art NYC

 

 

 

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