Over the weekend I took the time to visit Jonathan Levine Gallery to see Haroshi and Aakash Nihalani latest pieces. I’ve seen photographs of Haroshi’s work previously on blogs. The first thing I noticed them in person is the tactile quality. The scale for each piece fits as well as the color bits that are mashed together. I first came across Aakash Nihalani’s stuff on the streets of NYC that was just tape on sidewalks and walls. The restrained sophistication speaks loudly as the colors. The show is up through February 9, 2013. Wired has a pretty decent write up for more info on Haroshi.