‘Hybrid Thinking’ at Jonathan Levine Gallery

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Curators Marc and Sara Schiller

Recently opened at NYC’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery, ‘Hybrid Thinking’ explores the intricate yet different experiences we share concerning nature and how we react within its landscapes. Curated by Marc and Sara Schiller of Wooster Collective, the 6 street artists represented in ‘Hybrid Thinking’, including Herakut (Vol 17), Sit and Hyuro, all originate from different countries, markedly none of which are from the US. Coupled with these varied national sources, each artist investigates how humans and animals converge to form a hybrid identity in a variety of mediums including paint, sculpture and assemblage. View opening night photos and images of the works below, here on Hi-Fructose.

Artist Sit




Artist Vinz


Artists Jeremy Hush and Esao Andrews


Artists Vinz and Sit with gallery owner Jonathan LeVine 


Supplementary images of the artwork via the gallery.

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