Levi van Veluw
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|Levi van Veluw|
|Born||1985 (age 28–29)
|Education||Artez Institute of the Arts|
|Known for||Performance art, photography|
Early life and education
Levi van Veluw's photo series are self-portraits, drawn and photographed by himself: a one-man-process. His works constitute elemental transfers; modifying the face as object; combining it with other stylistic elements to create a third visual object of great visual impact. van Veluw is represented by Ron Mandos Gallery in Amsterdam
His work has been shown internationally, including the 2010 exhibition Dead or Alive in the American Museum of Arts and Design, located in New York City, New York; and in 2011 at the Israeli Beit Ha'ir Tel Aviv Museum, located in Tel Aviv. His work has also been exhibited at the Australian Museum of Old and New Art, located in Hobart, Tasmania, Centre of Contemporary Art, Torun, Poland.
Van Veluw is the recipient of the Photographer of the Year Award at the IPA International Photo Awards in the U.S.,. as well as the winner of the Epson Photo Art Award for best selected work in Germany.
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