Don Levy (1932–1987) was an artist and filmmaker with an intense interest in the material, temporal and poetic qualities of film and video.
For the first solo exhibition of Levy’s work in the UK, Time Regained brings together rarely before seen film and video pieces along with archive material to give an insight into the work and practice of this most innovative and understated artist.
The exhibition focuses mainly on the film and video experiments conducted by Levy while teaching at California Institute of Arts in the 1970s and 1980s, presenting Levy’s distinctive and diverse approach to filmmaking, through a wide ranging programme of exhibitions, live events, and screenings.
This exhibition is indebted to the work of Amnon Buchbinder and John Gianvito – filmmakers, former students of Levy and tireless ambassadors of his work – and to Levy’s family and estate for allowing access to his work and other materials.
Supported by Glasgow International and SWG3.
Fri – Sun, 12pm – 7pm
100 Eastvale Place
Glasgow, G3 8QG
Subway: Kelvinhall (11 minute walk)
Rail: Exhibition Centre (18 minute walk)