Since 50 years LEVY Galerie operates in the international art scene earning a first rate reputation amongst European galleries throughout the past decades having maintained dependancies in Paris, France (3 years), Madrid, Spain (15 years) and Berlin, Germany (3 years). The gallery was founded in 1970 by Thomas Levy (*1947) in Hamburg, Germany pursuing a multifaceted program based on the pillars of Surrealism, Nouveau Réalisme and Pop Art. Starting with exhibition management, followed by communication of art and art consulting up to profound artists’ assistance we realize conceptual-based and media-spanning shows accompanied by varying exhibition catalogues.

LEVY Galerie is the representative of the artists Eduardo Arroyo, Werner Berges, Johannes Hüppi, Allen Jones, Richard Lindner, Marc Lüders, Daniel Mohr, Max Neumann, C.O. Paeffgen, Mel Ramos, Daniel Spoerri, Annette Streyl, Ernesto Tatafiore and Wainer Vaccari. It also represents the estates of Meret Oppenheim and of Friedrich Einhoff, in close coordination with the artists families. The artists take part in institutional solo and group shows worldwide, are represented in public as well as private collections and have received i.a. major grants and public commissions.

LEVY gallery regularly participates at art fairs as ARCO, Madrid; Armory Show New York; Art Base, Art Cologne and Art Düsseldorf. From here, we successfully vend artworks to various private and public collections, i.a. the Centre Pompidou, Paris, France; Kunsthalle Bremen, Germany; Kunsthalle Hamburg, Germany; Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe Hamburg (MKGH), Germany; Museum of Contemporary Art Krakow (MOCAK), Poland; Museum Ludwig, Cologne, Germany; Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, NY, USA; Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain; Pinakothek der Moderne, Munich, Germany; Städel Museum, Frankfurt on the Main, Germany.

To the present day, LEVY gallery settled at eight different locations in Hamburg, Germany: in 1972 the gallery moved from Hofweg 59 in Uhlenhorst to Magdalenenstraße 26 in Pöseldorf, in 1977 to Tesdorpfstraße 18, in 1983 to Böhmersweg 24, in 1985 back to Magdalenstraße 54, in 1998 to Magdalenenstraße 44, in 2004 to Osterfeldstraße 6 in Eppendorf and finally, since 2019 it is situated at its new premises on Hagedornstraße 47 in Harvestehude. In the near future an additional space will open in Berlin, Germany.