Above: Maria Levitsky, Dijon Art School Corridor, 2004/2010, platinum and palladium print
Above: Maria Levitsky, Roosevelt Stairs, Double Platinum, 2003/2009, platinum and palladium print
New York based photographer Maria Levitsky has been working for over a decade in analogue printing techniques including alternative processes which employ copper, silver, platinum, and gold. Interior will feature her platinum-palladium prints which examine the relationship between architectural space and perception of light and how these facets influence each other in the making of a photograph. The rich palette of platinum-palladium allows the small shifts of light and shadow to be revealed. The subtlety of light coming through in the photograph is especially important in Levitsky's photographs because she employs only available light conditions.
Above: Maria Levitsky, Dijon Warehouse 1, 2004, platinum and palladium print
Levitsky's work has been shown in galleries in New York, Boston and San Francisco and in several publications including the Crime issue of the Paris Review. Levitsky has been supported by residencies at the Macdowell Colony, the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, and by a fellowship from The Camargo Foundation. Maria is a former dancer and performance artist whose resume includes a stint as the Coney Island Freakshow snake dancer/electric lady, as well as a music DJ with an occasional radio show. She lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.
Come experience the work of Maria Levitsky first hand at John Cleary Gallery.