Discover the marvellous universe of Levi van Veluw
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Online Studio Visit:
Levi van Veluw

Dear Friends,

We are delighted to welcome you to the studio of Levi van Veluw.

Over the years Levi van Veluw created many different installations to emphasize the importance of physically experiencing his artworks. Just this month he finished a new installation at Het Hem, a museum in Zaandam situated close to his studio. Van Veluw built the installation on site, but prepared most of his work with his team in the studio.

Since graduating in 2007, Levi van Veluw has produced a varied body of work that has been showcased in many different locations across Europe and the United States, earning him a number of nominations and awards. The work of Levi Veluw is included in both public and private collections, such as the Cobra to Contemporary / The Brown Family Collection, the Borusan Collection, Istanbul; Museum Voorlinden, Wassenaar; Museum MORE, Gorssel; the KPMG Art Collection, Amstelveen; the Ekard Collection, Wassenaar, and the Lakeside Collection, Rotterdam.
RM Online Viewing Room: Levi van Veluw
Transcending the Tangible is the first in a series of online exhibitions presented in conjunction with the exhibition Changez! Art Brussels in Amsterdam. Galerie Ron Mandos decided to bring its Art Brussels fair presentation to the gallery, as the 38th edition of the renowned Belgian contemporary art fair was postponed to next year. By bringing Art Brussels to Amsterdam, the gallery provides encouragement to Art Brussels and promotes seven artists who were otherwise unable to show their work.

Included in the presentation in Amsterdam are new paintings by Levi van Veluw. For the first time he has dedicated a substantial part of his work to painting, which will be a revelation to those who have followed his career and artistic trajectory to date. For an artist who has garnished an enviable reputation through groundbreaking installations, videos, sculptures and drawings, this will enable people to fully appreciate his ability across various mediums.
For more information regarding the available artworks or any other questions, please contact Gallery Director Nick Majoor-Arie at
Warm regards,
Galerie Ron Mandos
Galerie Ron Mandos, Prinsengracht 282, 1016 HJ Amsterdam
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