For the powerhouse couple Dorothy Berwin and Dominique Lévy, life is a hectic whirl of culture, travel, business, and family. Linda Yablonsky meets two women on top.
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Berwin (left) and Lévy in their Manhattan living room, standing next to Paul McCarthy’s sculpture
White Snow Dwarf (Doc), 2010
Portrait of Bela Lugosi, 2005, and Ahmed Alsoudani’s Untitled, 2011, in the TV room
Objets on the dining room table, including Kent Henricksen candlesticks from 2009 and Tony Marsh’s green vase, 2010
Berwin (left) and Lévy in their dining room with Robin Rhode’s series
Typing Steps, 2011.
The couple’s son Samuel with the family dog, GB, in the kitchen, which features Mickalene Thomas’s
A-E-I-O-U and Sometimes Y, 2009
Evan Euch (Einer von Euch), 1976, in the foyer.
The living room’s focal point is Christopher Wool’s
False God, 2007, bronze skeleton stands watch over objects by Ritsue Mishima in a hallway.