Lévy Gorvy, formed by Dominique Lévy and Brett Gorvy, is an international gallery devoted to the highest levels of connoisseurship and collecting in the fields of modern and contemporary arts.
The gallery represents Chung Sang-Hwa, Gego, Jutta Koether, Seung-taek Lee, Senga Nengudi, Karin Schneider, Pierre Soulages, Pat Steir, Tu Hongtao, and Günther Uecker, as well as the Estate of Enrico Castellani, Estate of Yves Klein, Estate of Roman Opalka, Estate of Carol Rama, and the Estate of Germaine Richier.
A globally respected gallerist, Dominique Lévy formed her eponymous gallery in 2012. Formerly Chairman and International Head of Post War and Contemporary Art at Christie’s, Brett Gorvy is one of the leading forces and tastemakers within the 20th century art market. Gorvy joined forces with Lévy in January 2017.
Lévy Gorvy maintains gallery spaces at 909 Madison Avenue in New York, in Mayfair, London, in the Marais, Paris, and in Central, Hong Kong. The gallery fosters continued dedication to the living artists and artists’ estates it represents and pursues a robust program of exhibitions and multidisciplinary events.
Lévy Gorvy specializes in private sales in the secondary market, with a focus on the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Lucio Fontana, Alberto Giacometti, Roy Lichtenstein, Pablo Picasso, Robert Ryman, Cy Twombly, and Andy Warhol, among other important 20th century and contemporary artists. It participates in major art fairs worldwide.
The professionals comprising the Lévy Gorvy team represent expertise, depth of knowledge, and passion for art. The gallery’s bespoke advisory and collections management department services collectors, inspired by the vision, personal engagement, and tireless advocacy of the 20th century connoisseur dealers Daniel-Henry Kahnweiler, Pierre Matisse, Leo Castelli, and Peggy Guggenheim. Lévy Gorvy also works closely with artists’ families, foundations, and estates to advance the legacy of significant artists and the embrace of new generations of curators, collectors, and audiences.
The gallery produces ongoing art historical research and original scholarship publishing exhibition catalogues, monographs, and other key publications.