Memoir of an Art Gallery
Between 1931 and 1941, Levy and his New York gallery played a key role in the shift of the avant-garde from Paris to America. He introduced Yves Tanguy to New York, conceived the idea for Dali's Birth of Venus pavilion at the World's Fair, shared a summer cottage with Max Ernst, and fished with Andr Breton. The paper reprint of Levy's anecdote-la
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