λ Victor Vasarely (French/Hungarian 1906-1997)CTA 102, no.4Screenprint, 1966Signed in ink lower centre, from the edition of 150, co-published by Edition Domberger, Stuttgart, Galerie Der Spiegel, Cologne, and Edition Denise René, Paris70.5 x 70.5cm (27¾ x 27¾ in.)Unframed Provenance:Private Collection, Gerald Levin (1934-2020) Gerald Levin was born in Zimbabwe and arrived in London in 1954. He first worked for Basil Spence and was a founding partner of Renton, Howard, Wood, Levin Architects a firm which became synonymous with arts and theatre projects. Gerald was responsible for designs of the Donmar Theatre in London, Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham, Sadlers Wells and many of the practices acclaimed housing projects included The Prudential Building on Euston Road (London) part of Tolmers Square (London) and Earlstoke Estate (London). Gerald was a member of The Architectural Association, President from 1985-1987 and a Life Member. He supported many Arts organisations including LPO, Donmar and Tate Gallery where he was Chairperson of Patrons of New Art 1990-1993 acquiring works of art for their collections and was a driving force behind the instigation of the Turner Prize. Gerald played the Cello and was part of many small groups of string players. Levin was an avid art collector who had many good friends involved in music, art, theatre and ballet including Maggi Hambling, Keith Milow, Yolanda Sonnabend, Derek Jarman, Jane Joseph and Olivia Scholnick whose works of art filled his Covent Garden flat.