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Silvia Levenson

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Silvia  Levenson Security is Mostly a Superstition

Security is Mostly a Superstition
- Kiln formed glass and screen printing , 2012
10 x 10 x 0 in
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Silvia  Levenson Security is Mostly a Superstition formatting

Security is Mostly a Superstition
Kiln formed glass and screen printing   2012
10 x 10 x 0 in
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LEVS4551
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Silvia  Levenson Anti-Aging formatting

Anti-Aging
Kiln formed glass and found objects   2009
6 x 9 1/4 x 3 1/4 in
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LEVS4545
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Silvia  Levenson Besame Mucho formatting

Besame Mucho
Kiln formed glass   2005
10 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 3/4 in
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LEVS4554
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Silvia  Levenson Body of Evidence formatting

Body of Evidence
Kiln formed glass and found objects   2014
100 x 60 in

LEVS7452
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Silvia  Levenson Constellations formatting

Constellations
Kiln formed glass   2012
44 x 58 in
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LEVS4549
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Silvia  Levenson El plan era perfecto formatting

El plan era perfecto
Kiln formed glass   2012
14 x 8 1/2 x 3 1/4 in
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LEVS4548
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Silvia  Levenson Here and Now 1 (lenticular print) formatting

Here and Now 1 (lenticular print)
Lenticular printing   2014
22.75 x 15.5 in

LEVS7453
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Silvia  Levenson Here and Now 2 (lenticular print) formatting

Here and Now 2 (lenticular print)
Lenticular printing   2014
22.75 x 15.5 in

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Silvia  Levenson Here and Now 3 formatting

Here and Now 3
Lenticular printing   2014
22.75 x 15.5 in

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Silvia  Levenson Here and Now 4 formatting

Here and Now 4
Lenticular printing   2014
22.75 x 15.5 in

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Silvia  Levenson Here and Now 5 formatting

Here and Now 5
Lenticular printing   2014
22.75 x 15.5 in

LEVS7457
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Silvia  Levenson I Feel Weird formatting

I Feel Weird
Kilncast glass   2014
15.75 x 3 x 3 in

LEVS7450
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Silvia  Levenson It_s Just A Game formatting

It's Just A Game
Kiln formed glass and wood   2008
5 x 9 1/4 x 8 1/4 in
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LEVS4544
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Silvia  Levenson Jenny and Guido in the Kitchen 1 formatting

Jenny and Guido in the Kitchen 1
Print with glass   2014
27.5 x 39.25 in

LEVS7669
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Silvia  Levenson Jenny and Guido in the Kitchen 2 formatting

Jenny and Guido in the Kitchen 2
Print with glass   2014
27.5 x 39.25 in

LEVS7670
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Silvia  Levenson Life Strategies formatting

Life Strategies
Kiln formed and sandblasted glass, kilncast glass, chair   2007
67 x 67 x 31 in
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LEVS4542
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Silvia  Levenson Life is Wonderful (Pouf) formatting

Life is Wonderful (Pouf)
Kiln formed glass, wire, ottoman   2008
16 1/4 x 24 x 24 in
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LEVS4541
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Silvia  Levenson Love Me Tender formatting

Love Me Tender
Kiln formed glass   2005
10 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 1 3/4 in
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Silvia  Levenson My Hormones are Balanced formatting

My Hormones are Balanced
Kiln formed glass and screen printing   2012
12 x 52 in
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LEVS4550
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Silvia  Levenson Reality is Merely an Illusion formatting

Reality is Merely an Illusion
Kiln formed glass   2012
16 x 8 x 4 in
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Silvia  Levenson Relax Yourself (Pillow) formatting

Relax Yourself (Pillow)
Kiln formed glass, wire, pillow   2008
8 1/2 x 21 x 21 in
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LEVS4539
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Silvia  Levenson Serena and Emiliano in the Kitchen formatting

Serena and Emiliano in the Kitchen
Print with glass   2014
27.5 x 39.25 in

LEVS7668
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Silvia  Levenson Silva Levenson formatting

Silva Levenson
Hard cover   2010
8 1/2 x 8 1/2 in
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LEVS4571
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Silvia  Levenson Something Ain_t Right formatting

Something Ain't Right
Kilncast glass   2009
19.75 x 16 x 16 in

LEVS7667
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Silvia  Levenson

Silvia Levenson

Silvia Levenson Description

Silvia Levenson’s art examines the notion of security and how humans achieve it in contemporary society. We instinctively think of home as safe and warm, but political strife and cultural tensions can invade our homes and lives, thus challenging our personal safety and spoiling our domesticity. To deal with these issues and other life struggles, a myriad of bottled elixirs and remedies are readily available to console and comfort, but not address the underlying cause of unhappiness or insecurity. Her work has an underlying Pop sensibility in that glass is her primary medium, which we typically think of as mass produced, and she critiques contemporary culture in a deconstructive manner. Glass is a common domestic material used frequently in the kitchen, but is also very personal as we put it to our mouth to deliver nourishment and medicine.

Silvia Levenson was born in Buenos Aires and currently lives and works in Italy. She is an international artist and has had more than 40 solo exhibitions in Venice, Rome, Milan, Amsterdam, Lyon, Buenos Aires, Barcelona, Berlin, Portland and San Francisco, among other cities, and her work has been included in numerous group exhibitions. Levenson’s art can be found in the permanent collections of the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX), New Mexico Museum of Art (Santa Fe), Corning Museum (Corning, NY), Musée du Verre (Sars Poteries, France), Tikanoja Art Museum (Vassa, Finland), Glasmuseum Ebeltoft (Denmark), Ernsting Glass Collection (Coestfeld, Germany), Museo Leon Rigaulleau (Argentina), Museo del Vetro (Altare, Italy), among others.

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