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Grand Canal

Sizes:
70 x 105
100 x 150
Framing/mounting options:
Mounted under acrylic glass
depth 2 mm matte, frameless, 70 x 105 cm (External dimensions) profile width: 40 mm, with acrylic glass matte, Canadian Maple, Brown, 78 x 113 cm (External dimensions) On premium paper (matte) not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.
depth 2 mm matte, frameless, 70 x 105 cm (External dimensions)
Framing/mounting options:
Mounted under acrylic glass
depth 2 mm matte, frameless, 100 x 150 cm (External dimensions) profile width: 12 mm, with acrylic glass glossy, Black + Gold, 103,8 x 153,8 cm (External dimensions) On premium paper (matte) not mounted or framed. Shipped rolled.
depth 2 mm matte, frameless, 100 x 150 cm (External dimensions)

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BACKGROUND INFORMATION
BEING THERE / THE OBSERVANT CAMERA

The landscape photographs by Michael Levin have honed a magical aura. A powerful silence resides in the images and can be felt in every little detail. The photographer achieves this impression primarily through long exposure times, making the still objects such as jetties, bridges, and pickets stand out among the constantly moving environment. The traces of civilization contrast with nature, which seems constantly to shift between aggregate states.

Everything that moves – be it clouds, water, sea birds or even a fisherman in Levin’s work Zebrato from the coast of Amalfi – is reduced to the form of the intersection. During the time of exposure we witness the overlap of the spatial and temporal expansion of bodies and natural phenomena. Levin is able to create an indivisible bond between space and time in his unique compositions. Sea birds (Seven Birds, 2007) become abstract forms on the horizon in his illustration of a very particular temporality and seem to take on lives of their own.

You cannot tire of looking at these fantastic-seeming worlds that give the impression of being suspended in elevated space, in which the laws of nature do not seem to apply. The completely individual radiance of his masterfully composed scenes of striking gray tones has standing in the critical collectors’ circles.

David Gärtner
BIOGRAPHY
CBC Radio NXNW program, In-depth interview with Sheryl Mackay, Oct 2009
Photolife Magazine, Zebrato book review, Oct-Nov 2009
Dave Brindle Talk 1410 Radio Show, Interview, Oct 2009
PDN Photo Annual, Zebrato book award, June 2009
Silvershotz Magazine, 12 pages of Interviews and images, April 2009
Dave Brindle Talk 1410 Radio Show, Interview, August 2009
IMAGE Magazine, cover image, UK, (March/April) 2009
Shots magazine, Issue 46, USA,  2009
AG Magazine, Zebrato book review, UK, May 2009
Red Dog Journal, Zebrato book review,  March 2009
B&W magazine, U.S.A., Portfolio Spotlight, Dec 2009
Publishers Weekly, U.K., Zebrato book review, July 2009
CBC Radio Interview, December, 2008
Die Mainzer Allgemeine Zeitung, Mainz, Germany, review of new work Sept 2008
Applied Arts Photography Annual, award winning “portfolio” selected, 2008
Black & White Photography, December, 2008, Cover image and 9 page article
The World’s Greatest Black & White Photography Volume I, 2008
Mainzer Kultur, Critical Review, 2007
Photographer’s Companion Magazine, USA, 2007
Photographer’s Companion Magazine, China 2007
Applied Arts Photography Annual, award winning “portfolio” selected, 2007
The World’s Greatest B&W Photographs Book, 3 images chosen, 2007
Photo Selection Magazine (April/May) Cover and interview with images, 2007
Showcase TV’s “The L Word”, 2007 season
Cityline Television show, Monday March 20, 2006, Toronto, ON
Focus Fine Art Magazine – August, 2006
Collections Magazine, Toronto, Ontario - Fall 2005 issue
Subterrain Magazine, Portfolio & essay – September 2005 issue
Gordon J.Scillingford Publications- cover photo - summer catalog, 2005
MBWA- annual catalog - cover, 2005
Aesthetica Magazine- March 2005 issue, photograph, Floating
Vancouver Sun, photograph and review, 2005
PhotoEd photography, essay and selected images, 2005
B&W Photography Magazine, award-winning image, 2005
Collections Magazine, interview and selected images, 2005
Lucie Awards Book, 6 award winning images published, 2005
Esthetica magazine, UK, 2004
Schillingford Publications, annual catalogue, cover and back image, 2004
Manitoba Book Publishers, annual catalogue, cover and back image, 2004
VITA
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Exhibitions
2010New Photographs from Japan, Thornwood Gallery, Houston, USA
 New Photographic Works, Weiss Gallery, Calgary, Canada
2009Elemental, Weiss Gallery, Calgary, Canada
Evidence, Elliot Louis Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
Evidence, Thornwood Gallery, Dallas, USA
2008New Works, Watermark Fine Arts, Houston, USA
Untitled, Photographers’ Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Untitled, Galerie Art Mayence, Mainz, Germany
Elemental, New Work, Lando Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
2007Luminance, Snap Contemporary Art, Vancouver, Canada
Bewegung und Stille, Galerie Art Mayence, Mainz, Germany
Taizen, photographs from Japan Wallspace Gallery, Seattle, USA
2006REVEAL, Watermarks Fine Arts, Houston, USA
Of Movement and Stillness, Snap Contemporary Art, Vancouver, Canada
Reveal, LACDA, Los Angeles, USA
Frozen in Time, Lando Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
The Shape of Light, Photographers Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Reveal, Snap Contemporary Art, Vancouver, Canada
Two person show, Art Mayence, Mainz, Germany
2005Gallery Jones, Vancouver, Canada
The shape of Light, Snap Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
2004No.4 Gallery San Diego, California, USA
2009Summer Show, Jacana Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
 Spring Show, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
2008Traverse, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
New Works, Photographers’ Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Emerging Artist Show, Seattle Art Museum Gallery, Seattle, USA
Versus, Snap Contemporary Art, Vancouver, Canada
Toronto International Art Fair, Marca Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
Deck the Walls, Alma Gallery, Guelph, Canada
2007Here & Now, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
PX3 Awards show, Gallery 13Sévigné, Paris, France
Photographers’ Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Best of IPA’s, Farmani Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Toronto International Art Fair, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
2006Perception, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
Toronto International Art Fair, Toronto, Canada
Angkor Photography Festival, Siem Reap, Cambodia
Coningsby Gallery, London, UK
Photographers Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
Best of IPA’s show, Splashlight Studio, New York City, USA
Lando Gallery, Edmonton, Canada
Feature wall at the Photo San Francisco Exhibition
Snap Contemporary Art, Vancouver, Canada
2005Galerie Art Mayence, Mainz, Germany
Viewpoint, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
Toronto International Art Fair, Toronto, Canada
Artsweek, Marcia Rafelman Fine Arts, Toronto, Canada
2004Gallery Jones, Vancouver, Canada
Snap Gallery, Vancouver, Canada
No.4 Gallery, San Diego, USA
Contact 2004, Move Up, Toronto, Canada

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