Dana Levy was born in Tel Aviv Israel and lives and works in New York. She earned her MA in Electronic Imaging at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art Dundee, Scotland and her BA from University of the Arts London: Camberwell college of Arts


2017 Impermanent Display artist talk Art Market Budapest

2016 Conversations From The Edge – organized by School of The Art Institute Chicago and Video Data Bank
2015 Marlyn Minter, Dana Levy Anna K.E in conversation with Barbara London at Fridaman Gallery

2014 Naturally Hypernatural School of Visual Arts NY Speaker: “The Poetics of Unwild Things”

2013 Independent Curators International NY conversation with Naomi Lev


2017 City of Budapest talent Award
2013 Beatrice Kolliner Young Artist Award from the Israel Museum,

2010 Dumbo Arts Festival best studio award,
2008 Young Israeli Artist Award Ministry of Culture and Sport.

2006 Hamburg Short Film festival jury award.



Impermanent Displays – 8 recent videos Dana Levy 2017 Guest of Honor Art Market Budapest

This Was Home screening Contemporary Jewish Museum at Kadist Foundation San Francisco

This Was Home screening & discussion American Jewish University Los Angeles
AIRIE Wild Billboard, Wynwood Miami featuring Emerging From The Swamp

Literature of Storms, Israel Museum in Jerusalem solo project curated by Noam Gal


Impermanent Display, Petach Tikva Museum of Art; Curated by Hila Cohen Schneiderman.


The Wake, The Box at Wexner Art Center Columbus OH
The Wake & Dead World Order” ProjectSCREEN Oklahoma Museum of Art

Documentary Film by Dana Levy No Man’s Language- Tranzitdisplay Gallery Prague


World Order, Center for Contemporary Art Tel Aviv Israel curated by Maayan Shelef and Sergio Edelsztein.
The Fountain/The Wake- Ron Mandos Gallery Amsterdam,
The Fountain, Braverman Gallery Tel Aviv

The Wake Loop art fair Barcelona


Wild Thing, Nicelle Beauchene gallery NYC


Habitat Tavi Dresdner Gallery Tel Aviv;


After The End Haifa Museum of Art curated by lIana Tenenbaum
Back to the Sea Rosenfeld Gallery Tel Aviv curated by Diana Dallal.



The Jewish Museum Frankfurt (Upcoming November)
MACRO Asylum- The MACRO – Museum of Contemporary Art Rome Italy (Upcoming November)
The World To Come Harn Museum Florida
Recent video works from Israel curated by Hadas Maor Musée de la Chasse et de la Nature, Paris
New Video Works curated by Hadas Maor Petach Tikva Museum of Art
NURTUREart’s Single Channel: curator Vanessa Albury. Anthology Film Archives NYC
“Intervention” Subte Gallery, Montevideo, Uruguay curated by Juan José Santos
“To the End of Land” National Gallery of Modern Art New Delhi India curated by Or Teshuva and Drorit Gur Arie
“Contemporary Arabesque” Musuem of Islam Jerusalem curated by Tamar Gispan

“Mage”-Organized by Roxana Fabius, Radiator Gallery NY
Screen City Biennial – Migrating Stories Stavanger, Norway
“Data – Autarkic Economy” at Hansen House Jerusalem Israel
“Lives Between”- Center of Contemporary Art Tel Aviv curated by Joseph Del Pesco and Sergio Edelsztein
Oberhausen Film Festival Video Data Bank Distributors screening presented by Abina Manning
“Almost Home: Between Staying and Leaving a Phantom Land” at Dorsky Gallery Curatorial Programs curated by Shlomit Dror
“Fragmented Spaces, Spliced Identities”, Open University Campus, Raanana. curated by Yael Eilat
Sinkholes- Center for Contemporary Art Arad, Israel Curated by Hadas Kedar
“Deconstructing Borders”, curated by Maria Veits Student Palace, Dnipro, Ukraine
Lives Between- Kadist San Francisco curated by Joseph Del Pesco and Sergio Edelsztein ‘
Surface Unrest -Miyako Yoshinaga Gallery NYC curated by Alice Yi
Eccentric Spaces; Riccado Costanini Gallery; Turin Italy curated by Elena Inchingolo and Paola Stroppiana
The Weight Of Things is exhibited at the Cairo Video Festival
Wax museum- Approaching celebrities Haifa Museum of Art Curated by Revital Silverman-Grun

The 6th Biennale for Drawing in Jerusalem curated by Sally Heftel and Edna Moshenson
Residual Historical Haunting curated by Roxana Fabius and Humberto Moro Johannes Vogt Gallery NYC
EFA + Middle East curated by Bill Carroll opens at Shirin Gallery NY
Coup de Ville 2016 Triennial Sint-Niklaas, Belgium. Artistic director: Stef Van Bellingen
More Strange Than True curated by Feildwork Collborative Projects; Chicago Pulaski Park
(Dis)Place Ashdod Museum of Art – curated by Yuval Beaton and Roni Cohen-Binyamini
Les Rencontres Internationales , Paris at Gaîté Lyrique
Enchanted Space: Marilyn Minter, Dana Levy, Anna K.E organized by Barbara London at Fridman Gallery NYC
Evening Star- Peekskill Project 6 Peekskill NY
Artissima Braverman Gallery Torino, Italy
Imagining Eden Norton Museum, West Palm Beach, FL
Auto Body, Faena Art Center, Argentina
Auto Body Art Basel Miami week
Recapturing the Scenic Wilds Wave Hill, NYC
Repurposing the Wunderkammer: Harn Museum of Art
Flaherty NYC – Waste, and Other Forms of Management -Anthology Film Archives
International Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena de Indias Columbia
“The World And It’s Things In The Middle Of Their Intimacy” Fridman Gallery NYC
“Collecting Dust” Israel Museum Jerusalem.
The Compromised Land:Recent Photography & Video from Israel The Neuberger Museum, NY
Tribeca Film Festival-Shorts: Let There Be Light: The Cycle of Life
International Festival for Art and Alternative Visions, the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography
Rotterdam Film Festival
Oberhausen Film Festival

Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid Palais de Tokyo Paris, France
“Unnatural” Bass Museum, Miami, Florida
“Cabinets of Wonder in Contemporary Art: From Astonishment to Disenchantment” Herzliya Museum of Contemporary Art Israel ;
“Art and Social Activism”: Curated by Nicholas Cohn in collaboration with Chashama
“Afterwards” Total Museum Seoul, Korea
“Magic Lantern: Recent Acquisitions in Contemporary Art” Israel Museum, Jerusalem.

Rencontres Internationales Paris/Berlin/Madrid, at the Centre Pompidou
“One Two and … Three” Mani house, Tel Aviv ArtTLV biennial curated by Dalia Levin
“Israel from Within and from Without”- Rubin-Frankel Gallery, Boston University curated by Rinat Harel

Kassel Dokfest festival
LUSH LIFE Invisible Exports Gallery NYC
Seven Easy Steps: Artistic Masterpieces : Horton Gallery NYC
Rotterdam Film Festival
Trembling Time: Recent Videos from Israel- Tate Modern London
Homeless Home- Museum on the Seam Jerusalem
Shelf Life -Haifa Museum of Art curated by Tami Katz Freiman and Rotem Ruff

Hugging and Wrestling: Israeli Contemporary Art MOCA Cleveland
Nuit Blanche Michel Rein Gallery Paris, France

Open Plan Living Helena Rubinstein pavilion, curator: Andrew Renton
Media Forum, Moscow Film Festival, Russia;
Art of the State The Jewish Museum Amsterdam,& Brussels;
The Homes of Others Ticho House ,Israel museum Jerusalem
Dead End, The Leroy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University NYC 2006
Legal Aliens, Smack Melon Gallery, NY,
Legal Aliens Spaces Gallery, Cleveland ,Ohio
Hamburg Short Film festival
Mediterranean Film Festival of Montpellier, France
Work/Slavery Museum On The Seam, Jerusalem curated by Rafi Etgar
Disengagement Tel Aviv museum of Art, Israel
VideoZone- The exhibition; Israeli Biennale for Video Art;


2014 AIRIE Everglades National Park
2014 Wave Hill Workspace residency New York, NY 2012-2013 LMCC Workspace NYC

2012-2013 LMCC Workspace New York
2011 Le Havre/ New York. Regards croisés
2011 Art Omi
2011 I-park, Connecticut
2009-2010 Triangle Arts Association NY
2007 A.I.R O’artoteca Milan, Italy;
2005 Hotel Pupik Austria
2004 Museum Quartier Vienna, Austria
2003- OK center for Contemporary Art, Linz, Austria 2001 Atlantic Center for the Arts


Dana Levy | Literature of Storms , 2015, The Israel Museum. Text by curator Noam Gal Dana Levy World Order , 2012, published by Center for Contemporary Arts Tel Aviv With essays by: Maayan Sheleff , Christopher Eamon, Berta Sichel
Dana Levy Habitat , 2008, Tavi Dresdner gallery Tel Aviv essay by Irit Carmon Popper Dana Levy Last Moments , 2004, Haifa Museum of Art; new media department: Emergency Exit. CD – Rom with text by show curator Ilan a Tennenbaum

Dana Levy, 2003, Artist in Residence Catalogue at OK Center for Contemporary Art essay by Stella Rolling


The Compromised Land: Recent Photography and Video from Israel, 2013, The Neuberger Museum NY, curated by Lilly Wei and Helaine Posner
UNNATURAL , 2012, Bass Museum of Art curated by Tami Katz Freiman
Israel from Within and from Without , 2011, Rubin – Frankel Gallery, Boston University, curated by Rinat Harel

Homeless Home, 2009, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, curated by Rafi Etgar
Shelf Life, 2009, Haifa Museum of Art, curated by Tami Katz Freiman and Rotem Ruff
ArtTLV Open Plan Living, 2008, Helena Rubinstein pavilion, Tel A viv Museum of Art, curated by Andrew Renton
Israeli Ministry of Culture Artist Award exhibition, 2008, Ein Harod Museum
Dead End , 2007, LeRoy Neiman Gallery, Columbia University, New York
The Homes of Others, 2007, Ticho House, Israel Museum Jerusalem, curator: Aya Miron
Equal and Less Equal, 2006, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem, curated by Rafi Etgar
VideoZone 2004, Israeli Biennale for Video Art
The Promise the Land, 2003, OK Contemporary Art, Linz, Austria, curated by Stella Rolling

The Eye of Photography , 10 January 2018, ” Le Havre, Local History through Photography ” by Arthur Dayras
Frieze Magazine, 1 November 2017, ” Somewhere In Between ” by Chloe Stead

Elephant Magazine, October 2017, ” Virtual Borders in a Harbour Town ” by Josie Thaddeus – Johns
Cineaste, September 2017, Review of The International Short Film Festival Oberhausen by Jared Rapfogel

Artforum , April 2017, Review of Lives Between by Monica Westin
La Stampa Torino , 8 March 2017, review of Eccentric Spaces by Giulia Zonca
Village Voice, September 2016, “Residual Historical Haunting” review by Rachael Rakes Antennae Magazine, Fall 2015, “Poetics of Unwild Things” interview with curator, writer and founder of MOMA’s Video collection Barbara London
Artforum, May 2015, “Enchanted Space” review by Heidi Harrington – Johnson
BOMB Magazine, June 2015, “Dana Levy” by Naomi Lev
Haaretz, 17 October 2014, “Rome in Petach Tikva” by Galia Yahav,
Artforum, 500 words with Dana Levy by Naomi Lev November 2012
Haaretz, October 2012 – article by Galia Yahav
Haaretz, March 2012 -review of The Fountain by Uzi Tzur
Art in America, August 2010 – “The Lush History of the Lower East Side” by Jane Harris
The Wall Street Journal, July 2010 – “Beyond Laissez – Faire Summer Fare” by Lance Esplund The New York Times, July 2010 – “Lower East Side Tale, Refracted Nine Times” by Holland Cotter
ArtAsiaPasicific, Nov/Dec 2008, “Auspicious Start For New Festival In Israel” by Simon Castets Jewish Times Cleveland, April 2008, “Immigration’s many faces is focus of SPACES exhibit” by Fran Heller
Time Out Tel Aviv , February 2008, “Habitat” review by Galia Yahav
AfterImage October 2006, “Existence and the Other: Borders of Identity in Light of the Israeli/ Palestinian Conflict” by Adi Louria – Hayon