Time Out says
Posted: Fri Dec 6 2013
Scion of legendary Hamburg and Berlin dealers, Alex Levy took over this boxy gallery space in the Rudi-Dutschke-Strasse 26 building, from his father’s Gallery Levy in 2011, repositioning it as a dynamic and progressive institution that continued the family trait of showcasing quality art with an experimental edge. The young gallerist shows work from his extensive network of European and international artists, generally allowing free rein with installations and presentations integrating harmoniously – or dissonantly – with the angular interiors of the gallery space. A gallery with history yet suffused with innovation and excitement, Alexander Levy is a must-see. Look out for up-and-coming Berlin artist Julius von Bismarck and American-born installation whizz John von Bergen.
Alexander Levy Rudi-Dutschke-Strasse 26