Julien Levy – « No One Is Here For You »

The Exhibition

"Julien Levy, a young French artist living in Japan, explores the night full of mystery and encounters. His photographic wanderings take us to the heart of the enigmatic Empire of the Rising Sun, along dark streets and tall towers. The gigantism mixes with traditions, the old lantern-lit alleys are irrigated with multicolored neon lights. These photos of shimmering atmospheres are suddenly inhabited by melancholic and sometimes strange faces. A poetry that does not leave indifferent and for my part, I find there this delicacy which touches me, led by a technical mastery absolutely remarkable."
Jean-François Camp

Julien Levy

Julien Levy was born in Paris and studied philosophy in France. Later, as a musician, he travels the world with his band in the punk scene. It was on tour that he made his first photographs and films.
He then moved to New York, where he developed his work as an author, screenwriter and director.
His work always adopts a method soaked in independence and subcultures. Julien Levy now lives in Tokyo.

He has directed numerous films and music videos, as well as productions for Chanel, Miu Miu, etc.
He has collaborated with talents as diverse as Nick Cave, Nana Komatsu, Virginie Ledoyen, Alice Sara Ott, Bella Hadid, Nora Zehetner, Tom Lipinski, Finn Wittrock, Ryohei Shima, etc.
Julien Levy has written and directed more than fifteen works of fiction, published four books of photography and his first novel is forthcoming.

How to buy a photograph from the exhibition?

If you want to buy a print please contact:
jfcamp@durev.com or call +33 6 60 32 04 68
annie@durev.com or call + 33 6 07 94 24 09
Julien Levy's prints are ink jet on Baryta Permajet paper.
All signed and in limited edition.
It is possible, upon request, to acquire the photographs at a different size than exhibited.

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75007 Paris

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