Christie's 100 Million Dollar Man Departs for Private Gallery

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Today marks a major shift in the art world ecosystem with the announcement that Brett Gorvy, chairman and international head of postwar and contemporary art at Christie's, is leaving the auction house to join private dealer Dominique Levy. Gorvy has been responsible for a string of recent record sales at Christie's, including Picasso's "Les Femmes d'Alger ($180 million) and Modigliani's "Nu Couche" ($170 million).