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Mon Levinson

 (1926 - 2014)
Mon Levinson was active/lived in New York.  Mon Levinson is known for Op Art sculpture, construction, murals.

Mon Levinson

Following is The New York Times obituary of the artist.

Mon Levinson, 88, Op Art Sculptor, Dies
APRIL 3, 2014

Mon Levinson, who used plexiglass and other nontraditional materials in becoming a prominent Op Art sculptor, creating work that actively affects the viewer's perception, died on March 25 in Manhattan. He was 88.

His wife, Joan Gruzen, confirmed his death.

In his use of plexiglass, whiteboard and other unorthodox materials, Mr. Levinson merged sculpture with aspects of painting.

Many artists at the time, including the more austere Minimalists, often relied on outside fabricators; Mr. Levinson made his meticulous free-standing structures and wall pieces himself, sometim  ...  Displaying 750 of 3807 characters.

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About  Mon Levinson

Born:  1926 - Manhattan, New York City
Died:   2014 - Manhattan, New York City
Known for:  Op Art sculpture, construction, murals