Amandine Lévy grew up in Paris in a thriving world of graffiti. The subculture and the artistic collectives around it soon became the key to a sublime urban culture. She continued her passion for painting and plastic arts at the Ecole Préparatoire de Paris and further pursued it in Brussels at the Ecole Nationale de La Cambre, where she studied painting and engraving for five years.
Today, Amandine Lévy is an artist to admire. The freedom in her creations constantly pushes the boundaries of traditional painting and drawing, while at the same time she maintains the red line throughout her subjects.
As a convinced Dour enthusiast, she suggested to create portraits of artists who are coming to perform this year or who left their mark on the festival. She made her drawings from existing photographs and adds an unprecedented depth to the portraits.
Admire her drawings on the tarpaulins spread across the festival grounds.
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