Nina Levy (b. 1967) is a sculptor whose hyperrealist figures explore personal psychology and cultural contexts through shifts in scale, placement, and context. She received her BA from Yale University in 1989 and her MFA from the University of Chicago in 1993. Select solo exhibitions include Nina Levy: Related Forms, Salamatina Gallery, New York (2011); Big Baby and Headlong, DeCordova Museum, Lincoln, MA (2004); Portrait Gallery, Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, CT (2003); and New Photographs, Peter Miller Gallery, New York (2000). Select group exhibitions include HEAD, BOSI Contemporary, New York (2103); I Am a Camera, Peter Miller Gallery, New York (2007); Open House: Working in Brooklyn, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn (2004); and Garden Gallery, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (2001). Levy’s work is included in the public collections of The Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego, The Rockford Museum of Art, Grounds for Sculpture, and The Chicago Atheneum Museum. The artist lives and works in New York.