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This four-piece series reinterprets the traditional landscape painting. Plots of land, clusters of trees and babbling brooks are removed from their intimate two-dimensional format and transposed onto the three-dimensional contours of the artist’s own face. A fresh and surreal twist is given to romantic landscape painting’s obsession of recreating the world while simultaneously also being part of it. In this way the romantic landscape genre is re-examined from the perspective of self-portraiture. The series consists of four photographs and one short experimental video.

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02.05 to 07.09.2014 The exhibition The Force Of Nature offers a wide selection of works that have nature as their starting point or theme. The work shown was made in the Netherlands or by Dutch artists in the last three decades

5 - 7 June 2014 Galerie Ron Mandos will present 3 new films by Levi van Veluw at Loop Barcelona.
Being the first fair exclusively devoted to moving image, LOOP is the event to discover

‘Het landschap en de romantische verleiding’, curator Arno Kramer.
29.03.2014 – 01.06.2014. Opening: 29 March 2014 On show: Installation "Grid" and charcoal Drawings.

La Galerie Particulière: Anne-Lise Broyer, Audrey Casalis, Cesar del Valle, Ethan Murrow, Pierrick Naud, Levi van Veluw - 03.26.2014 - 03.30.2014, Opening 03.25.2014 on show: new charcoal drawings

Exhibition Walkthrough "The Collapse of Cohesion" Drawings and Installations made from pigmented wood.

Click here to see the walkthrough video 

Landscapes

This four-piece series reinterprets the traditional landscape painting. Plots of land, clusters of trees and babbling brooks are removed from their intimate two-dimensional format and transposed onto the three-dimensional contours of the artist’s own face. A fresh and surreal twist is given to romantic landscape painting’s obsession of recreating the world while simultaneously also being part of it. In this way the romantic landscape genre is re-examined from the perspective of self-portraiture. The series consists of four photographs and one short experimental video.
http://player.vimeo.com/video/64723501