The Jonathan Levine Gallery in New York has been home to many great young artists since it opened its doors in 2005, representing artists like Audrey Kawasaki and playing host to a slew of innovative street/pop-art exhibitions featuring work from the likes of James Jean,  Shepard Fairey and Blu.

Now, the Chelsea space dreamed up by one ‘punk kid from Trenton’ gets to tell its fascinating backstory within the pages of the newly-released retrospective Delusional: The Story of the Jonathan Levine Gallery, available now from Ginko Press.

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