arik levy at mitterrand + cramer
arik levy at mitterrand + cramer arik levy at mitterrand + cramer
sep 23, 2010

arik levy at mitterrand + cramer

arik levy: geotectonic mitterrand + cramer, geneva on now until november 6th, 2010

arik levy GT2, 2010 mirror polished marine stainless steel 90 x 257 x 44 cm 1/8 +2AP+2P

mitterand + cramer present ‘geotectonic’, an exhibition featuring the work of french-israeli designer arik levy. the show follows this idea of the ‘natural non-natural’. it investigates the imaginary, concepts of ‘parallel’ and ‘opposed’… presenting these ideas for the first time, the show illustrates various forms of expression related to geotectonic. arik’s perception of such levels is not only geological, but also emotional, visual, social, architectural, as well as urban and genetic.

arik levy facet moon table, 2010 stainless steel D 120 x H 36 cm edition of 8+ 2AP +2P signed and numbered

‘what I feel and see are complete images of objects, buildings, mountain splitting into layers the same way an iceberg will detach from the north pole creaking open and starting drifting in the space. each element slides over the other in perfect harmony of total chaos. construct to deconstruct, built to destroy, and constantly being on the borderline between balance and in balance, stability and catastrophe, magic and power.’ – arik levy

arik levymicrorock, 2010 marine stainless steel13 x 42 x 21 cm 1/8+2AP+2P

the works on show include levy’s films, sculptures, photographs, objects etc… representing a kind of ‘x-ray’ of a fraction in the trail of transition to these masses in space. masses which float without any signs of movement. this notion of visual expression will remain an unwritten formula that can be applied on any moment and environment around us. there are surfaces with no beginning and no end, slicing themselves into uneven sections and commencing the lateral slide.

arik levy abstraction, 2010 sculpture, mirror-polished stainless steel L 49 x W 48 x H 96 cm edition of 8+ 2AP +2P signed and numbered

arik levy GTFrame marble, 2010 white carrara marble, water jet & hand finished 30 x 50 x 7 cm 1/ 5 +1AP+1P arik levy GTFrame void wood, 2010 ash wood 30 x 48 x 7 cm 1/5 +1AP+1P arik levy GTFrame wood, 2010 ash wood 30 x 48 x 7 cm 1/5 +1AP+1P

arik levy giowall #1, 2, 3, 2010 balsa, acrylic paint & watercolor 44 x 57 cm (with frame) unique

arik levy giowall #4, 2010 fir wood, acrylic paint & watercolor 35 x 70 x 7 cm unique

arik levy untitled #1, 2010 acrylic & watercolor on wood board 46 x 70 x 4 cm unique

arik levy untitled #2, 2010 acrylic & watercolor on wood bard 46 x 70 x 4 cm unique

arik levy untitled #3, 2010 acrylic & watercolor on wood board 40 x 70 x 4 cm unique

arik levy wireflow black radom, 2010 light and special PVC color electric cable extrusion different sizes unique

  • Can’t see this anymore!!!
    Wake up! Arik Levy is common stuff and highly overrated.

    Hannes says:
  • oh no!

    banan says:
  • Very constructivist. Uuuuuuuuummm. And?

    Ryan says:

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