Harry, Joah and JJ 2018 by JJ Levine
Need help? Call or text us at (416) 639-1512.
Learn about our Shipping & Returns policy.
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
- Artwork Info
- About the Artist
- Artist News
Signed, dated, and editioned by artist, in ink on label, au verso
20 x 24 inch | Edition of 4 + 1 AP
40 x 50 inch | Edition of 3 + 1 AP
JJ Levine is a Montreal-based artist working in intimate portraiture. Levine holds a Masters of Fine Arts in Photography from Concordia University. Known for his series Queer Portraits, Alone Time, and Switch, Levine has been honoured with several awards. His work has been exhibited internationally. His artwork has been featured in Photography and Culture (UK), CV Photo (Canada), Slate magazine (US), and The Guardian Observer (UK and US). Levine was a finalist for the Prix Découverte Louis Roederer in 2019, at the prestigious Rencontres d’Arles photography festival (France). Levine’s artistic practice balances a radical agenda with a strong aesthetic formalism.
See Powerful Portraits of Montreal's Queer Community, i-D, August 13, 2019
Transamerica/n: Celebrating the Underrepresented History of Trans Art, The Guardian, August 6, 2019
VIDEO: Symposium: Queering the Gaze: Subverting Heteronorm through Contemporary Art, Hamilton Artists Inc., June 20, 2015
JJ Levine's Gender-bending Portraits, The Guardian, March 2, 2014
Portraits of One Person as Two Genders, Slate, February 10, 2014