Levi van Veluw was born in the Dutch town of Hoevelaken in 1985 and studied at the ArtEZ Institute of the Arts in Arnhem. He lives and works in Amsterdam. Since graduating in 2007, Levi van Veluw has produced multi-disciplinary works that includes scenografic installations, photographs, videos, sculptures and drawings.

Levi’s work is focused on the viewer’s perception of reality with the creation of immerisve installations. The objectivity of space is questioned by the experiential atmosphere in his works generated with elements which resemble elementary form and archetypes. Levi has deeply studied the relativity of matter, drawing from scientific theories and physics to challenge these topics. Levi wants to stimulate the viewer to reflect upon development of a new knowledge spurred by the surrounding dreamscape created by his dark and sensory installations.

Among his personal recent exhibitions we remind: Domaine de Kerguéhennec, Bignan (2018); Tenuta Dello Scompiglio, Italy (2019); La Galerie particuliere, Paris (2017); Galerie Ronmandos, Amsterdam (2019); Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery, London (2016). Among group shows we remind: Museo Kranenburgh, Netherlands (2017); Labellisée Normandie Impressonniste, France (2016); Museum De Fundatie, the Netherlands (2016); Maddox Arts, London (2015). Van Veluw’s works have also been widely shown at international art fairs such as Zona Maco (2018), The Armory Show, New York (2017), Art Brussels (2016), Chicago Art Fair (2016), Volta Basel (2012), and the Barcelona Loop Fair Barcelona (2014). The work of Levi Veluw has been exhibited internationally in leading museums and institutions, and is included in both public and private collections, including the Borisan Collection, the Caldic Collection, the Ekard Collection and Kpmg.

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