Contrary to his usual portraits of influential figures that are known for their roles in shaping the arts and cultural landscapes, Chris Levine’s 2013 work, Frankel the Great, instead depicts one of the most famous horses in flat racing history. Displayed as a lenticular 3-D print within a lightbox, the revolutionary image was unveiled at Ascot Racecourse on British Champions Day. Within the piece, Levine succeeds in immortalizing Frankel under the glow of an action-packed moment, as he appears frozen in time and successfully cements his place in history.

Frankel Pop, 2013

Giclée Print with Pencil Overlay
1370 x 900 mm
Unique Edition

Frankel Pop Icon, 2013

Lenticular Lightbox
1200 x 1000 mm
Edition of 1 + 1 AP