Image of Huma Bhabha artworks in former Salon 94 space
Interior shot of the former Salon 94 gallery on 89th Street.

A move that challenges the control of the art monopolies across the world.

“The art industry has faced a number of hurdles during the pandemic, which has caused many galleries to either change, merge, or face closure. As first reported by The New York Times, two prominent New York galleries — Lévy Gorvy and Salon 94 will join forces along with art dealer Amalia Dayan in a new collective called LGDR — which takes its name from the last initials of Lévy Gorvy cofounders, Dominique Lévy and Brett Gorvy, Dayan who is a veteran art dealer, alongside Salon 94 owner Jeanne Greenberg Rohatyn.”

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