D.C. art collectors Daniel and Mirella Levinas: ‘Open to what art can be’
The Washington Post, 21 Aug 2011, p. E.1.
The Art of Francis Bacon
The World and I, Aug. 1990, pp. 208-13.
Why Would Anyone Collect Conceptual Art?
Barbara and Aaron Levine are not major philanthropists on the scale of Duncan Phillips or Joseph Hirshhorn, but they bring comparable seriousness, perspicacity and enthusiasm to collecting, which focuses on Marcel Duchamp and Conceptual art by Joseph Kosuth, Lawrence Weiner, and others. A recent tour of their Georgian house in Washington, DC suggests that they are more interested in ideas than in big-ticket trophies and eye candy.
Collecting Latin American Art in Washington, D.C.: Daniel & Mirella Levinas
Daniel and Mirella Levinas’s mansion in Georgetown is an ultra-modern museum displaying their collection of Latin American contemporary art. He is a trustee of the Hirshhorn Museum who fled the Argentine dictatorship and became a successful businessman in Washington, D.C..