Lives and works in Brooklyn, New York
Jonathan Neville is a Brooklyn born curator and culture creator. Jonathan has worked at various magazines in New York including Vice Magazine, Frank151, Macmillan Publishers and St. Martin’s Press. Jonathan has published work for Frank151, Pony UK and MISS Crew. His work has been featured in TimeOut New York Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine and The Village Voice, among many other magazines, websites and newspapers in New York City and abroad.
Jonathan curated his first art exhibition in 2011 and continues to curate and manage art shows across New York City. In 2012, Jonathan co-founded the Centre-fuge Public Art Project in New York’s Lower East Side where he is currently the President and Curator. The “Centre-fuge Trailer” is considered by numerous outlets including TimeOut New York Magazine and Mountain Dew’s Green Label as one of the top 10 places to see street art in New York City. In 2014, Jonathan co-founded Dripped On Productions, with Denton Burrows.