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Josh Agle (aka Shag) and Turf One at Jonathan LeVine Gallery

For his return to Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Josh Agle (aka Shag) expands upon his repertoire to present "Ambergris". Fueled by nautical nightmares and a return to surfing, "Ambergris" explores conceptual themes of finding desire in the discarded, all in subdued retro tones. On view concurrently in the gallery right now is also Jean Labourdette (aka Turf One)'s debut solo at the gallery, "The Rising". Since first being impressed upon seeing the Parisian artist's work at the old Thinkspace a couple years back, we're glad to see Labourdette expand on his hyper realistic facial details, extraordinary installations and gypsy aesthetics. Get a look at both bodies of work after the jump.

Josh Agle aka Shag

(photo courtesy of Laughing Squid)

For his return to Jonathan LeVine Gallery, Josh Agle (aka Shag) expands upon his repertoire to present “Ambergris”. Fueled by nautical nightmares and a return to surfing, “Ambergris” explores conceptual themes of finding desire in the discarded, all in subdued retro tones. On view concurrently in the gallery right now is also Jean Labourdette (aka Turf One)’s debut solo at the gallery, “The Rising”. Since first being impressed upon seeing the Parisian artist’s work at the old Thinkspace a couple years back, we’re glad to see Labourdette expand on his hyper realistic facial details, extraordinary installations and gypsy aesthetics. Get a look at both bodies of work below.

Jean Labourdette aka Turf One

(photo courtesy of Laughing Squid)

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