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Doze Green, Eric White and Kevin Cyr at Jonathan LeVine Gallery

Currently on view at NYC's Jonathan LeVine Gallery are three solo exhibitions by artists Eric White, Doze Green and Kevin Cyr (previewed here). Kevin Cyr was also covered by HF in HF vol.10. While each artist has their own distinct style, the work was threaded together by a focus on detail and color balance. While Green revealed a continuance of his intriguingly fluid style, White stunned with his impressively large works of manipulated film stills. Newcomer to the gallery, Kevin Cyr explored old vans costumed in street art, featuring an interesting twist on modern portraiture. View more images of the new works as well as opening night photos after the jump.


Artist Michael Motorcycle with wife Elyse
 
Currently on view at NYC’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery are three solo exhibitions by artists Eric White, Doze Green and Kevin Cyr (previewed here). Kevin Cyr was also covered by HF in HF vol.10. While each artist has their own distinct style, the work was threaded together by a focus on detail and color balance. While Green revealed a continuance of his intriguingly fluid style, White stunned with his impressively large works of manipulated film stills. Newcomer to the gallery, Kevin Cyr explored old vans costumed in street art, featuring an interesting twist on modern portraiture.

 

Artist Eric White
 

 

Artist Esao Andrews
 

 

 

 

Artist Doze Green

 

Artist Kevin Cyr
 

 

 

 

 

 

Sean Leonard and Tara Mcpherson of Cotton Candy Machine
 

 

 

 

 

 


Artists Matt Rota and Billy Norby
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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