REVOK and POSE’s Go “Uphill Both Ways” at Jonathan Levine

July 1, 2013 | Julia Dawidowicz

REVOKE and POSE have had no trouble keeping busy during their New York visit: Immediately following their work on the Bowery Wall was the opening of their joint exhibition “Uphill Both Ways” at the Jonathan Levine Gallery.

Inspired by the late graffiti writer NEKST, this is the first ever NYC show for the duo. In case you’ve missed this: There are also three blocks worth of graffiti tributes to NEKST in Williamsburg.

“Uphill Both Ways” features brand new works relating to their legal persecution and personal battles, “as well as general themes of the human struggle on a macro level.” “Uphill Both Ways,” POSE and REVOK, Jun 29 – Jul 27, Jonathan Levine Gallery, Chelsea.