Ra'anan Levy

15 March 2011 - 30 April 2011

Crane Kalman Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of new works by Ra'anan Levy, the Jerusalem born, Paris-based artist.  

Levy's choices of subject matter are unconventional: in the past twenty-five years he has been investigating obsessively a quixotic range of imagery: dirty sinks stained by dripping taps, gutter-drains, reflections, self-portraits and hollow spaces. Levy's work portrays the tension between the full and the empty, the starved and the sated; he constantly tries to trace the remains of human essence in abandoned daily objects, spaces and surfaces which through his work acquire the veined functions of human anatomy.

This show will be Levy's 6th solo exhibition at Crane Kalman Gallery since his inaugural show in 1993.

Ra'anan LEVY (b. 1954)

‘Flying Above’

Ra'anan LEVY (b. 1954)

‘Yellow Light’ work no longer available