Dana Levy is a New York-based artist from Tel Aviv. Her work deals with memory, identity, displacement, home and migration. Mechanism of classification, cataloguing and preservation are another central preoccupation in her works.. Levy’s solo exhibitions include Dead World Order, Center For Contemporary Arts, Tel Aviv (2012); The Wake/ Silent Among Us, Loop Fair, Barcelona (2012); The Fountain, Braverman Gallery, Tel Aviv (2012); Wild Thing, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, NYC (2010); and Dreams & Disasters, Habres+Partner Gallery, Vienna, Austria (2009). Her group exhibitions include Unnatural, Bass Museum of Art, Miami (2012); Art and Social Activism, Nicholas Cohn Art Projects, Long Island City, NY (2012); Magic Lantern: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art, Israel Museum, Jerusalem (2012); Lush Life, Invisible-Exports Gallery, NYC  (2010); and Trembling Time: Recent Videos from Israel, Tate Modern, London (2010). Levy was awarded residencies by AIRIE Everglades National Park, Florida (2014), Wave Hill Workspace, New York (2014), Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Workspace (2012-2013), the Omi International Arts Center (2011), the I-Park Residency Program (2011), and the Institut Francais/Triangle Arts Association (2010), and received the Young Artist Award by the Ministry of Culture and Sport, Israel (2008). She received her B.A. from Camberwell College of Art and her Post Graduate Diploma from Duncan of Jordanstone – College of Art, Dundee University.

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