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Lévy Gorvy to Open a Paris Gallery Space

Lévy Gorvy announced today that the gallery will open a beautiful new space in Paris in Fall 2020. Lévy Gorvy has had a longstanding relationship to the French capital, most notably through its representation of legendary French artists and estates who have played defining roles in the course of art since the postwar period – Yves Klein, Roman Opalka, Martial Raysse, and Pierre Soulages – and its regular participation at the Biennale des Antiquaires and at FIAC.


The gallery’s critically admired program of postwar and contemporary art will be presented in the heart of the Marais district, at 4 Passage Sainte-Avoye in the 3rd arrondissement. Sited in a typically intimate Parisian passage between rue du Temple and rue Rambuteau, Lévy Gorvy Paris sits within walking distance from the Centre Pompidou and in close proximity to other prominent international galleries, in an area known as the center of Parisian culture and historical locus of the city’s diversity.

Dominique Lévy said:

“We are excited to be opening a space in Paris, in the Marais, in a site so deeply connected to the visual culture of this extraordinary city. The Paris gallery will complement our locations in New York, London, and Hong Kong, as we confirm our commitment to an international program that connects collectors, museums, and the public with the work of foremost artists whose work, ideas, and ideals transcend the limits of geography. We recognize that, in a moment when it is difficult for collectors to travel internationally to view art, it is even more critical for us to bring the art we love to our different locations – which will soon include Paris, a city that is so central to the gallery’s artistic heart, program, and network of relationships.”

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