Art Fairs

Current Exhibitions

  • Pierre Soulages: A Century

    New York September 5 - October 26, 2019
  • Experimenting with Materiality: Terry Adkins, Sonia Gomes, Senga Nengudi, Carol Rama

    Installation view, Experimenting with Materiality: Terry Adkins, Sonia Gomes, Senga Nengudi, Carol Rama, Lévy Gorvy with Rumbler, Zürich, 2019.
    Zürich June 8 - September 27, 2019

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  • Beyond Magazine
    September 6, 2019

    Art House

    Gallery owner Dominique Lévy loves ceramics so much she has taken up pottery. At her New York apartment she has 11 self-made objects. These objects sit alongside a much-cherished collection by well-known ceramicists, such as the complex vessels of Beate Kuhn.

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  • Artnet
    September 6, 2019

    Here Are 23 Outstanding Museum Shows Across the US That You Won’t Want to Miss This Fall

    For her largest site-specific exhibition to date, Pat Steir will hang 28 large-scale paintings, each seven feet by nine feet, in the Hirshhorn’s circular second floor galleries.

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  • Artnet
    June 21, 2019

    Dealer Dominique Lévy on How to Build a Business

    Dominique Lévy has been in the news a lot lately. Her gallery, Lévy Gorvy, has not only been churning out critically acclaimed exhibitions, like its recent “Warhol Women” show in New York; on top of that, the business is growing.

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  • Stories
    Jun 14, 2019
    Installation view, Booth U57 at Art Basel Unlimited 2019. Senga Nengudi.

    Senga Nengudi at Art Basel Unlimited 2019

    Up Up Up Spreading Wide (2019) by Senga Nengudi is a new site-specific installation for Art Basel Unlimited. Curated by Gianni Jetzer, Unlimited is an exhibition platform for dynamic large-scale works that transcend the limits of the classic fair booth. Nengudi's work can be seen at Booth U57, organized in collaboration with Sprüth Magers and Thomas Erben Gallery.

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  • In Other Words Podcast
    May 30, 2019

    #59 Andy Warhol: Sex, Death, Beauty and Disaster

    Andy Warhol is one of the best-known—but perhaps least understood—artists of the 20th century. “Warhol shifted the paradigm. He shifted the conversation. That’s why we’re still grappling with him. Love him or hate him,” says Donna De Salvo, the senior curator and deputy director for International Initiatives at the Whitney Museum of American Art, who recently organized the blockbuster exhibition “Andy Warhol—From A to B and Back Again” (on show now at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, until 2 September).

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  • Town & Country Magazine
    April 25, 2019

    Andy Warhol Fans Have Two New Must-See Shows

    The buzzy exhibits reveal different—and never-before-seen—sides of the provocative Pop master.

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  • Architectural Digest
    April 24, 2019

    Andy Warhol Is Reentering the Spotlight Like Never Before

    Two highly anticipated new shows—one focusing on his female portraits, the other on drawings—offer diverse, less familiar explorations of the artist’s work.

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  • Artnet
    April 24, 2019

    Is Warhol Still Art’s ‘One-Man Dow Jones’? Dealer Dominique Lévy Breaks Down Five Myths About the Artist’s Market

    Ahead of Lévy Gorvy's new show "Warhol Women," the dealer reveals why the artist's trade has never been stronger.

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