Basmat Levin is an Israeli artist who divides her time between her studios at Shanghai’s M-50 and NYC.
Basmat captures the world’s energy through colors. Her work expresses a kaleidoscope of feelings that come from the soul. Levin synthesizes faces, patterns and vibrant colors together to inspire energy and emotion.
Her latest installations include The Lobby at 1410 Broadway, Times Square, New York; MOCA Museum Pavilon in Shanghai; I-Green at Shanghai Pujiang Park; “Wall” at Art Stage Singapore; “ My Magic Wall “ in Suzhou; Frishman 46 Art Space in Tel Aviv, graffiti on an entire building at the water town of Zhujiajiao, China, and the VIP lounge at the San Juan International airport, Costa Rica.
Her works have been exhibited at the Leo Gallery, the ArtCN Gallery and the Tangram Gallery in Shanghai, the Ischam Gallery at 798 in Beijing, the Leo Gallery and the Kao Ming Kong Gallery, in Hong Kong, as well as at Art Stage Singapore, the ML Gallery in Antwerp, Belgium, and the Israel Opera House, among many others.
Her paintings have been featured in major motion pictures, including: “Untouchables,” “Dinner Rush,” and “Suburban Girl,” among others.
In Shanghai Basmat has been collaborating with fashion designer Chris Chang of Poesia, shoe designer Denis Mengqi of Suzhou Cobblers and with candle designer Amiek Krakers of the House of Opulence as well as working with Shanghai recycling textile company Waste 2Wear, incorporating her art into products and fabrics made from plastic bottles.
" Energy moves the world. Good energy brings creativity, happiness, love and beauty, the energy travels between us, passing through me, into my art, and from my art, to you. " -- Basmat Levin
More information can be found at http://www.basmatlevin.com/
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