Formerly a partner in L&M Fine Art, Dominique Lévy opened her namesake gallery in 2013 in a tony three-floor space located in a former bank building on the Upper East Side. A the end of 2016, she partnered with Brett Gorvy, formerly Chairman and International Head of Post-War and Contemporary Art at Christie’s and renamed the gallery Lévy Gorvy. In addition to New York, Lévy Gorvy has a location in London.
|Venue name:||Lévy Gorvy||Contact:|
909 Madison Avenue
Entrance on 73rd Street
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sat 10am–6pm|
|Transport:||Subway: 6 to 68th St–Hunter College|
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The painting is obviously minimalism. It appears the two chairs on the left are seated to view or speak with the smaller chair on the right.. A person on the right is being questioned by two people. Either it is for a job or something that they all have in mind. The flowers that are dropping toward the left shows this is a tough pair to be talking to now. The paintings on the wall represent lines that are straight and obvious. The painting next to it show an open circle of sorts, which shows an open mind. There is a paper on the desk with a drawing of sorts, probably to be given to the two people questioning this individual.