Exhibition at the Safran Museum: discover the sculptor Michel Levy
Michel Levy is a renowned painter and sculptor based in the Seine-et-Marne department of France. He is an uncommon artist fond of monumental creations and whose works bear philosophical significance and strong symbolism. His artworks play with duality and Levy considers that ‘something is complete and fully itself only when it is confronted with its opposite'.
Michel Levy is an artist whose fame has spread widely overseas. He holds many awards, such as the City of Paris Medal and the European Merit Medal, awarded for his entire oeuvre. Recently, he was given the title Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres by France's Ministry of Culture.
The Safran Museum is offering you the chance to discover some of his works. Large paintings will be exhibited on the mezzanine floor, around ten sculptures will be on view in the auditorium and about thirty sculptures will be displayed in the windows on the mezzanine floor. To explain and comment on his works, Michel Levy will be present on the open days for the public and will give a guided tour of the exhibition.
Entrance is free of charge and the exhibition is open every Wednesday from 9.00am to 5.00pm, as well the second and last Saturday of the month from 2.00pm to 5.00pm, from 20 December to 9 March 2019.