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Kavi Gupta is a leading contemporary art gallery based in Chicago; its two permanent gallery locations host more than a dozen museum-quality exhibitions each year, and its international program emphasizes artists from marginalized communities with complex, multifaceted practices.
Mestre Projects was founded in 2010 with a core philosophy of collaborating and building temporary projects around the world in order to exhibit recent works by select contemporary artists. Its close relationship with artists has allowed Mestre Projects to present museum quality exhibitions both on the primary and secondary markets, creating a dialogue between several generations of artists.
Seven years after founding her namesake gallery in Seattle, Ibrahim and her program officially launched their next space in Chicago in 2019. Mariane Ibrahim has hosted acclaimed exhibitions from leading and emerging artists including Amoako Boafo, Clotilde Jimenez, Maimouna Guerresi, Ayana V. Jackson, Lina Iris Viktor and most recently Florine Démosthène.
Monique Meloche founded her eponymous gallery in Chicago’s West Loop in 2001 with an international roster of emerging artists working in all media. The program has been diverse and inclusive since its inception, and they continue to be a bellwether for artistic talents early or under-recognized in their careers.
Founded by Javier Peres in 2002, Peres Projects is a Berlin-based gallery known for promoting contemporary artists to an international audience. Gallery artists have been included in a wide array of internationally renowned exhibitions and their works are regularly exhibited and collected by leading museums and included in important biennials.
Carpenters Workshop Gallery
From Functional Art to Collectible Design, today Carpenters Workshop Gallery is focused on the moment where design becomes art, producing and exhibiting functional sculptures by emerging and established artists and designers that go outside their traditional territories of expression. The gallery relies on the partnership of long-time friends, Julien Lombrail and Loïc Le Gaillard, who first opened a space in London’s Chelsea in 2006 in a former carpenter’s workshop, after understanding that there was a market for collectors who felt the quality of the furniture in their houses did not match that of the art on their walls.
James Cohan Gallery
In the fall of 1999, James Cohan Gallery opened on West 57th Street with an exhibition of early work by Gilbert and George; in 2002, the gallery moved to Chelsea. Each artist in the gallery program seeks to re-imagine contemporary human experience by engaging critically with historical precedent, while negotiating identity through materiality and process.
303 Gallery was first established by owner and director Lisa Spellman in 1984 at 303 Park Avenue South. In addition to its address, the gallery name also references Alfred Stieglitz's "Intimate Gallery" artists-collaborative located in Room 303 of the Anderson Galleries building. In 1996, 303 Gallery was among the first galleries to move to Chelsea, and in 2016 the gallery opened its new location at 555 West 21 Street in a building designed by principal architect Norman Foster + Partners.
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery
Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery opened its doors in 2002, bringing a pioneering spirit and far reaching vision to Chelsea’s vibrant gallery district; unique among his peers, Wolkowitz developed a program to investigate the intersection of art and technology, in a manner where tradition and innovation find themselves as collaborators in a nascent dialogue on the importance of art in contemporary society.