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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, he has produced multi- disciplinary works that spans scenographic installations, photographs, videos, sculptures and drawings. Van Veluw bases his practice around the idea of an alternate reality, creating a visual laboratory where both order and chaos are present. The artist has extensively investigated the relativity of matter and draws on scientific theories and physics to approach various existential dilemmas. His dark and sensory installations encourage the viewer to reflect on the development of a new knowledge, stemming from the desire for a regulated universe, while acknowledging the rational impossibility of total control. Among his personal recent exhibitions we remind: Videocittà Rome, Italy (2021); Eduardo Secci, Florence, Italy (2020); Rijksmuseum Twenthe, Enschede,The Netherlands (2020); Praz-Delavallade, Paris (2020); Het HEM, Zaandam, The Netherlands (2020); Tenuta Dello Scompiglio, Lucca, Italy (2019); Domaine de Kerguéhennec, Bignan, France (2018); La Galerie Particulière, Paris (2017); Galerie Ron Mandos, Amsterdam (2019); Rosenfeld Porcini Gallery, London (2016). Among group shows we remind: Museo Kranenburgh, Bergen, The Netherlands (2017); labellisée Normandie Impressonniste, Jumièges, France (2016); Museum de Fundatie, Zwolle, 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 Borusan Contemporary Collection, Caldic Collection, Ekard Collection and KPMG Art Collection.

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