Formerly operating as Tin Man Alley Gallery in Philadelphia and New Hope, PA, the Jonathan LeVine Gallery moved to New York in January 2005 and opened with a group exhibition, "Pop Pluralism" on February 5th.
During its four years in Pennsylvania, Tin Man Alley was the area's epicenter for underground, outsider and cutting edge art. Proprietor and curator Jonathan LeVine now brings his formidable art background, fresh approach and discerning eye for both established and breaking artists to Chelsea.
Believing that underground art is a culture that defies simple characterization, LeVine exhibits a variety of celebrated, controversial, and unknown artists. Exhibitions rotate approximately every six weeks. An inventory of gallery favorites is on hand at all times, and limited edition prints, published by LeVine's Tin Man Alley Press, can be purchased in person and online.