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Artist Talk Saturday October 18th at 2pm

Join us tomorrow, Saturday the 18th, at 2pm for an artist talk at Wave Hill  in the Bronx, as part of the show Recapturing the Scenic Wilds, where I'm showing 2 video works alongside works by Alexa Hoyer, Liselot van der Heijden, Mark Dion, Richard Barnes,Lori Nix, Ruth Marshall, Jessica Segall and Hugh Hayden

please rsvp at visualarts@wavehill.org.

Impermanent Display - solo exhibition

 opens October 2nd at the Petach Tikva Museum of Art  curated by: Hila Cohen-Schneiderman.

Recapturing the Scenic Wilds

 Wave Hill Glyndor Gallery http://www.wavehill.org/arts/exhibits/

September 6 – December 7, 2014

Opening Reception: Sept. 6, 2:00-4:00

Artists’ Talk: October 18

Wave Hill’s celebration of illustrious residents comes to a close this fall with an exhibition and programs that are drawn from Theodore Roosevelt’s engagement with natural history. Roosevelt’s family spent the summers of 1870 and 1871 at Wave Hill when he was a 12 and 13 years old. Young Roosevelt was a burgeoning naturalist with a developed interest in birds, taxidermy and the study of nature. His interest in natural history nurtured during his youth and developed into his expansive role as a leading conservationist. This project-based exhibition features photographs, video, sculpture and installation from ongoing that look at natural history, collecting and display. Several  projects  are inspired by the dioramas at the American Museum of Natural History. Anticipated artists include Mark Dion, Hugh Hayden, Alexa Hoyer, Dana Levy, Ruth Marshall, Lori Nix, Jessica Segall, and Liselot van der Heijden.

Common Ground: Artists in the Everglades

September 19 - November 5, 2014

Co-Curated by Sybille Welter and Jill Lavetsky, Common Ground presents selected contemporary artists who have participated in Artist in Residence in the Everglades, AIRIESince 2001, AIRIE has welcomed one artist per month to live and create in the Everglades National Park. 

Schmidt Center Gallery, Florida Atlantic University

http://www.fau.edu/galleries/commonground.php

Repurposing the Wunderkammer: Building a new Space for Science and Art

August 19 through December 15, 2014. 

Harn Museum of Art at the University of Florida, Gainesville.http://www.harn.ufl.edu/

Ten artists in the show responding to the idea of a cabinet of curiosities include  Dana Levy, Mark Dion, Kim Abeles, Katerie Gladdys, Sean Miller, Andrew Yang, Jason Merrill Benedict, Tea Makipaa, Eugene Parnell, Sergio Vega and the Softday group

April 30th 2014 screening

The Wake will be screened as part of the the symposium - Alexander von Humboldt and the Order of Nature: Aspects of Culture and Landscape in the Americas at Hunter College New York NY at 2:30 pm

The symposium will take place in conjuntion with the exhibition: Unity of Nature: Alexander von Humboldt and the Americas at the Americas Society New York, NY April 29-July 26, 2014 

AIRIE

 During April 2014 Dana Levy is the artist in residence at the Everglades National Park

Heres a blog about the experience there 

March 17th at Anthology Film Archives NYC

 The Last Supper (2011) by Dana Levy and Mary Mattingly

Will be screened at FLAHERTY NYC 2014 - Waste, and Other Forms of Management, at Anthology Film Archives NYC. Programmed by Jason Fox.

January 1st - Feb 15 Wave Hill residency

  Artist in residence at Wave Hill in the Bronx NY. Open studios Feb 15th 2015

February 7–April 7, 2014 The First International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias

 Curated by Berta Sichel , eflux announcement

list of artists include: 

Yto Barrada,Terry Berkowitz, Janet Biggs, Anna Boghiguian, Francois Bucher, Trisha Brown, Peter Campus, , Nick Cave, William Engelen, Nezaket Ekici, Richard Garet, Ximena Candida Höfer, Katie Holten, Jasper Just, Clemencia Labin, Dana Levy, Julie Mehretu, Hassan Sharif, Yinka Shonibare, Raúl Gómez Valverd and more

Review of “The World and Its Things in the Middle of Their Intimacy” at Fridman Gallery,

curated by Sarah Walko Hyperallergic review by Stephan Knudsen

Collecting Dust The Israel Museum Jerusalem

 Contemporary Israeli Art

December 4, 2013-April 5, 2014
REFUGE- a 2 channel video installation will be in this group show curated by Tami Manor-Friedman
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World Order monograph

reviewed in NY Arts Magazine October 2013

 

The World and It's Things in the Middle Of Their Intimacy curated by Sarah Walko

 at Fridaman Gallery In New York NY

Opening Reception: November 15, 6-9pm

November 15 - December 27 2013

 

Hours: Tue-Sat 12-6pm

 Download catalog here

Wednesday September 25, 2013 | 6:30 pm Artist talk

 EU WORDS: Artists and Curators in Conversation at the Neubereger Museum at Purchase collage NY
Wednesday   September 25, 2013 | 6:30 pm

One's relationship with the land is a central theme in The Compromised Land. Artists Dana Levy and Gilad Ratman express this theme through their work, but their engagement manifests in very different ways. This exhibition's co-curators Helaine Posner and Lilly Wei join Levy and Ratman in a lively conversation.

The Compromised Land: Recent Photography and Video from Israel

 August 11, 2013 - December 01, 2013 

The Neuberger Museum of Art at Purchase College curated by Helaine Posner, the Senior Curator of Contemporary Art, and guest curator Lilly Wei, and is accompanied by a fully illustrated 96-page catalogue with essays by Ory Dessau; Ron Pundak, Israeli historian and chairman of the Israeli Peace NGO Forum; and the co-curators.

The Wake at Wexner Center for the Arts solo screening

The Wake will be exhibited at Wexner Center for the Arts in Columbus, Ohio in in The Box theatre  July 1 and closing July 31 2013

Dead World Order in Haus der Kulturen der Welt.

Dead World Order will be screened Thursday June 27 - 7PM as part of Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid at Haus der Kulturen der Welt in Berlin

 

Wound at The Petach Tikva Museum of Art

 The Wake is also currently on view at the Petach Tikva Museum in Israel, in the group show Wound until June 29th.

Participating artists: Ruth Barabash, Peleg Dishon, Jacob El-Hanani, Dana Levy, Oz Malul, Khen Shish

Curators: Drorit Gur-Arie, Hila Cohen-Schneiderman, Sigal Kehat-Krinski

The Wake at VIVA Collections on Tour 2013

 On May 22nd The Wake will be screened at the Lazaro Galdiano Museum in Madrid as part of the VIVA Collections on Tour 2013

The program includes works by: Isaac Julien - Joost Bakker - Santiago Morilla - Tim Parchikov - Rob Carter – Ruth Gómez - Tracey Emin  - Amparo Garrido - Dana Levy-  Teresa Hubbard & Alexander Birchler- Joanneke Meester - Álvaro Martínez Alonso  - Andrés Pachón  - Min Oh- Oscar Seco 

LMCC Workspace Open Studios

Dana Levy has been artist in residence at LMCC at 1 Liberty Plaza in Lower Manhattan since November.

Please join us at the LMCC open studios on May 31st - June 2nd 2013

Please RSVP here:

 

Dead World Order US premiere at Tribeca!

 Dead World Order will have its US Premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival this April .
For more details and schedule please visit here

 

Belonging/s Talk at ICI with curator Naomi Lev

6:30- 8pm Thursday March 14th Independent Curators International 401 Broadway NY NY

 ICI is pleased to present the launch of Dana Levy’s new artist’s book World Order, which was produced for her 2012 solo show at The Center for Contemporary Arts Tel Aviv in affiliation with Braverman Gallery and Sternthal Books.

 

 

Beatrice Kolliner young artist award

 Dana Levy has been granted the prestigious 2013 Beatrice Kolliner young artist award by Israel Museum in Jerusalem 

Feb 9th- Feb 19th "Silent Among Us" @ The International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions Tokyo

"Silent Among Us" will be screened at The International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions, the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography, Japan, in a program curated by Maayan Sheleff

 

Jan. 28th Dead World Order screening at Rotterdam Film Festival

Monday, January 28 at 10:00 am at the Video Data Bank Press and Industry Screening

 

Artforum article

Check out 500 words told to Naomi Lev in ArtForum about "World Order"

 

THE FOUNTAIN / THE WAKE DANA LEVY at Ron Mandos Gallery

 AMSTERDAM 27.10.12 – 24.11.12

OPENING: SATURDAY 27.10.2012 17:00 -19:00

With an introduction by art historian Stef van Bellingen at 17:30.

This autumn Galerie Ron Mandos will present a double exhibition with hyper-realistic paintings by the Flemish artist Cindy Wright and stunning video works by the Israeli video-artist and photographer Dana Levy.

 

THE FOUNTAIN/ THE WAKE

Dana Levy explores in her work the relationship between the natural and the unnatural. For her video The Wake she filmed in the Carnegie Natural History Museum in Pittsburg, USA. Between the drawers of stuffed butterflies, accurately preserved in authentic wooden cabinets, the viewer sees one-hundred living butterflies. Their interaction creates a special tension in this video. Also on show will be her video The Fountain.

The exhibition will be introduced by art historian Stef van Bellingen (at 17:30 on the opening). Van Bellingen teaches contemporary art at various art institutions in Belgium and the Netherlands. As a curator, he is active in the Netherlands and abroad, where he works with both upcoming talent and established artists.

WORLD ORDER: DANA LEVY solo show CCA Tel Aviv

World Order

curated by Maayan Sheleff

Dana Levy solo show Sept. 13th- November 10th 2012

The Center for Contemporary Arts Tel Aviv 

 

UNNATURAL curated by Tami Katz Freiman opening Sept 8th

UNNATURAL curated by Tami Katz Freiman

Bass Museum, Miami Florida

 

september 9, 2012 - november 4, 2012


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