Throughout his career the majority of his masterpieces have been made to be experienced – as opposed to seen. These are pieces that transcend the gallery wall, the magazine page or the email attachment. This was the first contemporary exhibition at the gallery to be staged across 3 floors, and the first in the 124 year history of the gallery to feature light installations.
The exhibition also marked the debut of his work with Kate Moss. Levine depicted his famous sitter as having far more in common with the great muses of art history than with modern celebrity. The striking composition takes us beyond the surface and distils the icon. Following this exhibition, the apotheosis of the She’s Light series was unveiled in the window of Selfridges, Oxford Street.