Working in a strict color palette of black and white, street artist WK Interact paints and installs large murals and wheat paste portraits characterized by their movement and gritty texture that graffiti writers love to paint over. On June 27th, the New York based French artist opens “Motion Portrait,” an exhibition of his distorted street installations alongside looser six-foot square face paintings he made with a sponge and big brush. The show opens from 7 to 9 PM in Jonathan LeVine Gallery and is on view through July 25th at 529 West 20th Street, 9th floor.