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Delusional
By Jonathan LeVinePart of 1xBooks  RUN # 00240-book
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Delusional
By Jonathan LeVinePart of 1xBooks
RUN #00240-book
Jonathan Levine & His Delusional Dance Debut

Here for his debut RUN we are excited to present gallerist, curator (and now) artist Jonathan Levine, owner of the Jonathan Levine Gallery. Read on as we give a sneak peak inside Jonathan's 1xRUN debut which features a 16 x 20 Inch 6-Color Screenprint and a signed hardcover copy of Delusional: The Story of The Jonathan Levine Gallery.

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RUN INFORMATION
SHIPPING INFORMATION
SIZE8.5 x 11 Inches
TYPE252 Page Hardcover Book
EST SHIPPING4-6 weeks
AVAILABILITYShips worldwide
RETURNSCan you return items?
We'll update you throughout your purchased art's journey from 1xRun to when it leaves our hands and ventures to you.
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Signed Hardcover Edition of "Delusional": The Story of The Jonathan LeVine Gallery

"It may not seem like what I do is a civil duty, but in my mind it is. The only reason I do it is because I feel it's important to do." - Jonathan LeVine

"Delusional" is the story of gallery owner Jonathan LeVine. The 252-page book traces Jonathan LeVine's countless exhibitions and stories while highlighting curated shows from artists like Ron English, Josh Keyes, Tara McPherson, Gary Taxali, Dalek, David Choe, Jeff Soto and dozens of others...

"Widely revered as the 'artist's gallerist' Jonathan LeVine has nourished a much needed alternative viewpoint within the stilted New York art market. Readers will discover the fascinating backstory that brought this punk kind from Trenton, New Jersey to the hallowed gallery walls of Chelsea. LeVine published a fanzine in the 1980s, curated at diverse venues in the 90s, ran Tin Man Gallery in New Hope and Philadelphia, then launched Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York City. Jonathan's enthusiasm and commitment belie everything that the art market teaches us, for surely such ambitions for the art he promotes could be considered delusional at best. He has proved us wrong." - Carlo McCormick, Senior Editor of Paper Magazine & writer of the foreword for Delusional: The Story of The Jonathan LeVine Gallery
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