Dana Levy was born in Tel Aviv and Lives and works in New York.
She works chiefly with Time based media and photography.
She completed her MA in Electronic Imaging at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art Dundee University, Scotland, and holds a BA from Camberwell Art College London.
Solo exhibitions include at The Israel Museum Jerusalem, The Petach Tikva Museum of Art, Center For Contemporary Art Tel Aviv, Nicelle Beauchene Gallery New York, The Box at the Wexner center for the Arts, Haifa Museum of Art, Habres Partner Gallery Vienna.
Her work has been screened at Tate London, Tribeca Film Festival, Oberhausen Film Festival, Conversations At the Edge Chicago, Moscow Inl, Film Festival, Pompidou Center Paris and more. She has taken part in Biennial of Contemporary Art of Cartagena 2014, EVA International Biennial, and in group shows at the Bass Museum, Miami, Florida, Fridman Gallery NYC, Invisible Exports Gallery NYC, MOCA Cleveland, Israel Museum Jerusalem, Harn Museum of Art, OK Contemporary Art, Linz Herzelia Museum of Art, Norton Museum Florida and more.
Awards include 2013 Beatrice Kolliner Young Artist Award from the Israel Museum, 2010 Dumbo Arts Festival best studio award, 2008 Young Israeli Artist Award, 2006 Hamburg Short Film festival jury award.
Artist Residencies include AIRIE Everglades National Park, Wave Hill, LMCC Workspace NYC, Le Havre/ New York. Regards croisés, Art Omi NY, I-park, Connecticut, Triangle Arts Association NY, OK Contemporary Art, Linz, Atlantic Center For the Arts and more