Chris Levine (born 1960 in Ontario, Canada ) is a UK based artist, working in the field of Light art. He has worked with a wide range of collaborators, including Antony and the Johnsons, Philip Treacy, Massive Attack, Grace Jones, Asprey Jewellers. Levin
e is known for creating the ‘Lightness Of Being’ and ‘Equanimity’ both portraits of Queen Elizabeth II.
In 2012 his work featured in ‘The Queen:Art and Image’ at London’s National Portrait Gallery and ‘Out of Focus’ at The Saatchi Gallery.
In June 2013 he exhibited ‘Light 3.142′ at The Fine Art Society on New Bond Street featuring his new body of work ‘She’s Light’ with Kate Moss as the subject.
In November 2013, Chris Levine was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery to create a portrait of Baroness Helena Kenned of The Shaws QC, FRSA which was unveiled on 26th November and is now situated in Room 38a in the Ground floor Lerner Contemporary Galleries at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
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