Silvia Levenson’s kiln-cast glass objects are metaphors for tumultuous emotions underlying otherwise cosy domestic environments. Her narratives contain a dark and subtle humour, as well as a quintessential quality that makes the work seem personal and truthful. Levenson fled from her home in Buenos Aires during the dictatorship of 1976-84 and immigrated to Italy where she currently resides. Her work has gained an international audience and is included in many prominent glass collections such as the Glas Museum Fauenau, Germany, and the Corning Museum of Glass, USA.
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