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Chris Levine is a UK-based artist best known for one of the most iconic images of the twenty-first century, a portrait of Her majesty Queen Elizabeth II titled 'Lightness of Being'. As a light artist, Levine works across many mediums while examining states of perception and awareness through image and form. The artist visualizes light as an aspect of human experience on the spiritual, meditative and philosophical edges that permeate his work. Here, Levine "marks the spot” using a mixed media technique while contrasting light and color within one form.
Published by Jealous Gallery, London
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Chris Levine (British, b. 1960) works across many mediums in pursuit of sensory experience through image and form. Levine's work considers light not just as a key component of art, but of human experience more widely and a spiritual and philosophical edge permeate his work. His practice is differentiated by the cross-fertilization of many fields including music, performance, installation, fashion, and design in a multitude of collaborative projects. He has worked with a wide range of collaborators, including Anthony and the Johnsons, Philip Treacy, Massive Attack, Grace Jones, Asprey Jewellers, and an ongoing relationship with The Eden Project.