Basmat Levin, an Israeli artist based in NYC, has spent the last 15 years between her studios in Shanghai M50 Art District and Manhattan.
Basmat’s vivid paintings capture the world’s energy through expressions of color and texture. Her portraits and patterns reflect the faces and subtleties she has encountered across the globe. Her paintings are rich with color, bold strokes, and passion, to evoke the vibrant energy of the world she inhabits.
Recently, Basmat has focused on creating monumental public installations inspired by her paintings, bringing her studio practice to the outdoors. Her paintings and installations have been widely exhibited internationally in galleries, museums, and public spaces, as well as being featured in major motion pictures such as “The Upside,” “Dinner Rush,” and “Suburban Girl,” among others.
Her latest installations have been exhibited in New York: Volta 23 art fair, Pop Up solo show at the 302 Bowery Gallery, 1410 Broadway, and Ethan Cohen Gallery at the KuBe Art Center. In Shanghai: The MOCA Museum Pavilion, I-Green Pujiang Park. In Suzhou: Yi Ou Lai Village. Zhujiajiao: The Water Town and Costa Rica’s San Juan Airport.