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Van Arno, Haroshi, Souther Salazar at Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Recently Jonathan LeVine Gallery opened its doors to an exuberantly colorful three person show, featuring new works by Van Arno, Haroshi, and Souther Salazar. Each artist presented a unique narrative, whether utilizing used skateboard decks or more traditional methods of paint and mixed media. The outcome threads each separate narrative; betwixt recollected memories, mythological influences or skate culture, to a successful curatorial merge of each individual vision. Take a peek at more work from the show after the jump.

Haroshi

Recently Jonathan LeVine Gallery opened its doors to an exuberantly colorful three person show, featuring new works by Van Arno, Haroshi, and Souther Salazar. Each artist presented a unique narrative, whether utilizing used skateboard decks or more traditional methods of paint and mixed media. The outcome threads each separate narrative; betwixt recollected memories, mythological influences or skate culture, to a successful curatorial merge of each individual vision.

Haroshi

Haroshi

Haroshi

Souther Salazar

Souther Salazar

Souther Salazar

Van Arno

Van Arno

Van Arno

Van Arno

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