Current Exhibitions

  • Ileana Sonnabend and Arte Povera
    Curated by Germano Celant

    New York November 2 - December 23, 2017


  • Huffington Post
    December 14, 2017

    Art Basel Miami Beach 2017 : Where The Museums Come to Shop

    ‘We were very pleased by the overall fair, both in terms of the general interest we had, and in terms of selling to new buyers. While it was great to see old friends, it was also so nice to meet new ones.’—Brett Gorvy, Co-Founder, Lévy Gorvy, London, New York

  • The New York Times
    December 12, 2017

    Enrico Castellani, Artist in the Postwar Avant-Garde, Dies at 87

    Mr. Castellani participated in the swirl of movements and self-proclaimed groups, some armed with manifestoes, that flourished on both sides of the Atlantic in the late 1950s and ’60s.

  • Stories
    Dec 6, 2017

    Art Basel Miami Beach Spotlight: Chuck Close

    During preview day, gallery co-founder Dominique Lévy welcomed Chuck Close in front of his work, Maggie, on view in our booth (E6). Enjoy this spotlight on Maggie (2005-2006).

  • Artnet
    December 4, 2017

    Here’s What Dealers Are Bringing to Art Basel in Miami Beach

    Featuring selections from Lévy Gorvy's presentation at Booth E6, Ellsworth Kelly’s burnt-red painting Sumac (1959) and Roy Lichtenstein’s Cubist-meets-Pop Ritual Mask (1992).

  • Financial Times
    December 1, 2017

    Lévy Gorvy representing François Morellet

    Partly inspired by minimal, disruptive composer John Cage, who was a contemporary, Morellet developed a refined style of geometric abstraction in visual art, generating often vibrantly coloured patterns through simple mathematics. “He was clever without being pretentious,” says Dominique Lévy, co-founder of the gallery, describing his work as “radical, relevant and joyful”.

  • The New Yorker
    November 21, 2017

    Goings on About Town: Arte Povera at Lévy Gorvy

    Three of Pistoletto’s original “mirror paintings” from that year—wall-mounted sheets of mirror-polished steel with dinged-up corners—are the highlight of this taut and exciting fiftieth-anniversary event... Don’t miss Anselmo’s untitled, two-foot-tall pillar of gray granite, conceived in 1968, to which a fresh lettuce leaf is bound every day with a copper wire—you could spend the rest of your life arguing about what it means.

  • Artnet
    November 20, 2017

    Lévy Gorvy to Represent the Estate of Terry Adkins

    When art dealer Dominique Lévy first saw the work of American artist Terry Adkins a few years ago at Art Basel in Miami Beach, she was immediately intrigued. “As a collector, I was drawn to the work itself, the object, and his connection to multidisciplinary practice, especially poetry and music,” Lévy told artnet News.

  • The New York Times
    November 1, 2017

    Frank Stella’s Favorite Cities for Art

    The American artist Frank Stella, 81, best known for his Minimalist and abstract styles, will tell you that, without travel, he wouldn’t have been able to sustain his career as long as he has. “Seeing great art in different destinations gives me the motivation to keep going and holds me to a high standard professionally,” he said.


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