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Hanan Levi
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • After Death
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    After Death

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Butterfly
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Butterfly

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Caged
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Caged

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Direction Loss
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Direction Loss

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Energy of Life
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Energy of Life

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Golden Cage
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Golden Cage

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Heart of the House
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Heart of the House

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Into the Mind
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Into the Mind

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Light of Sorrow
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Light of Sorrow

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Lost Cross
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Lost Cross

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • No Perpose
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    No Perpose

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Reverse
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Reverse

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Satan or God
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Satan or God

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Shocked
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Shocked

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Tree of Life
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Tree of Life

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
  • Vortex
Digital Print on Canvas
39" x 28" 

    Vortex

    Digital Print on Canvas
    39" x 28"
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Hanan Levi
Born in Israel, self-taught artist Hanan Levi is inspired to express real stories of families through his work. Defined as a kind of “speaker for the death,” Levi brings reverence to a loved one’s passing through documented imagery. His work has been seen in Israel, ArtExpo NY and Miami. The idea for the work was born out of Levi’s own mother’s struggle with cancer and the furious need he had to document her life, every important moment, culminating in images translating her story as a puzzle to be put together. 

Levi’s work is informed by his exposure to poverty as a child and a central story of truth. With layered imagery, the viewer’s mind can wander and search for clues to solve the implemented riddle (often connected to the Old Testament and God messengers) within the images, peering through the pixels to parse together time, people and places. In peeling away the layers, the viewer, according to the artist, toys with “what you see, and what you want to see, as an observer.”