‘Bigfoot Project’ Bruno Levy, Kathmandu

October 27, 2011


Boasting a variety of talent across multiple mediums, Bruno Levy’s work has been exhibited in some of the America’s most influential museums, from the Guggenheim to the SFMOMA.

The NYC-based artist recently spent five months living and working in Kathmandu, Nepal in an effort to bring beauty to a stark landscape foreign to Western influence.

For what he dubbed the “Bigfoot Project,” the artist took to the streets, using high-profile city walls as a canvas to inspire the locals rather than to interject his own foreign views.

Included in his efforts were painted murals and an experimental sculpture that seemed to capture the city’s curious spirit.

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