“Dean Levin”

Artist Dean Levin sues dealer Robert Blumenthal

Artnet News has reported that artist Dean Levin has sued New York-based dealer Robert Blumenthal for nearly $200,000, claiming that he was not paid properly after a sold-out show in May 2014. “Dean Levin: 1X1” was the 26-year-old artist’s first solo show, which featured works totalling a value of $215,000, according to the complaint, which was filed in New York State Supreme Court in mid-February this year. This same document states that the artist was only given a cheque for $18,500. Robert Blumenthal is an Upper East Side dealer who has two New York-based galleries, one situated at Madison Avenue and another at East Hampton. His gallery has hosted shows featuring artists such as Lucy Dodd and Sam Moyer. Born in 1988, Dean Levin is a South African artist who currently lives and works in New York. He is currently represented by the dealer Marianne Boesky, and he is particularly well known for having his artwork collected by Leonardo Di...

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Dean Levin represented by Marianne Boesky

New York gallery, Marianne Boesky — which has spaces in Chelsea, the Upper East Side and Lower East Side — are now representing South African artist Dean Levin. Levin, from Johannesburg, is a 26-year-old architecture graduate who works with different mediums, combining painting and metal and sculpture. His works reflect his architectural training and is Minimalist in style. His work is currently exhibited in various locations worldwide: at the Sean Kelly Gallery and Retrospective, New York; at the Rob Barton gallery, London; and the Roberts & Tilton Gallery, Los...

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