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Dominique Levy Joins Forces with Robert Mnuchin

C&M Arts, founded more than a decade ago by art dealers Robert Mnuchin and James Corcoran, has merged with art dealer Dominique Levy and, starting in September, will now be known as L&M Arts. (Corcoran left the dealership a few years ago to return to the West Coast, but the gallery name remained the same.)

NEW YORK—C&M Arts, founded more than a decade ago by art dealers Robert Mnuchin and James Corcoran, has merged with art dealer Dominique Levy and, starting in September, will now be known as L&M Arts. (Corcoran left the dealership a few years ago to return to the West Coast, but the gallery name remained the same.)

“I have enjoyed building my business—it has been two great years,” Levy told ARTnewsletter. “Bob and I have worked together in the past and shared the same goals and ambitions, so we started exploring the possibility of a partnership,” she adds, underscoring the strength of their “complementary client contacts in Europe and the U.S.”

“We’re planning to continue doing museum quality shows,” at the main gallery space on East 78th Street, Levy says. The first show, planned for October, is a major retrospective of Yves Klein, whose estate is presently represented in the U.S. by L&M Arts. Levy notes she will keep her premises on East 74th Street for use as an office and private showroom.

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