Year of birth
Florencia Levy, Buenos Aires 1979. Her practice is driven by long-term research that explores different forms of subjectivities in relation to history, intimacy, architecture and public space. Her work is often supported by anthropological fieldwork and interviews, focusing on the political resonance of places and objects while exploring conflict and affect. She has participated in AIR programs in institutions such as the POLIN Museum in Warsaw (2015), Gyeonggi Creation Center in South Korea (2010), Batiscafo Residency in Havana (2010), Taipei Artist Village (2009), among others. She has received more than 30 awards and fellowships including the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (2020 and 2015). Her work has been shown at the National Museum of Arts in Buenos Aires, the Museum of Modern Art in Moscow, Arko Art Centre in Seoul; Frankfurter Kunstverein in Frankfurt; Museum of Contemporary Art in Tamaulipas, Mexico; Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre in Hong Kong, among others.