Dominique Levy Gallery
Gallerist, advisor, collector Dominique Levy formed her eponymous gallery in January 2013. She is formerly the founder and International Director of the Private Sales department at Christie's from 1999 to 2003, where she brokered the sale of major works of modern, postwar and contemporary art, placing many in important museum and private collections. In 2003, she continued to increase her influence in the international art world when she founded to increase her influence in the international art world when she founded Dominique Levy Fine Art, a boutique art advisory service with a focus on building long-term relationships with collectors.
In 2005, Levy co-founded L&M Arts, New York and Los Angeles. The bi-coastal gallery became widely known for its comprehensive client services and commitment to historically important exhibitions exploring tendencies in modern and postwar art as well as critically acclaimed new work by such artists as David Hammons and Paul McCarthy. Levy is considered a foremost expert in twentieth-century European and American art - specialising in the works of Alexander Calder, Willem de Kooning, Alberto Giacometti, Yves Klein, Pablo Picasso and Andy Warhol amongst others - and is admired internationally as the organizer of curated exhibitions devoted to influential historical figures as well as living artists.
Dominique Levy gallery also specialises in private sales in the secondary market; produces original scholarship and key publications; provides advisory and collection management services; and participates in art fairs internationally.
Tel: 020 3696 5910
Entry Charges: Admission Free