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Chicago, IL 60611
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Also at:
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New York, NY 10075
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Artists Represented:
Magdalena Abakanowicz
Olivia Berckemeyer
Suzanne Caporael
Bethany Collins
Jim Dine
Ewan Gibbs
Harold Gregor
David Hockney
Malia Jensen
Rashid Johnson
Alex Katz
David Klamen
Jaume Plensa
John Stezaker
Marc Swanson
Jan Tichy
Works Available By:
Josef Albers
Milton Avery
Francis Bacon
Georg Baselitz
Alexander Calder
Joseph Cornell
Richard Diebenkorn
Jean Dubuffet
Sam Francis
Alberto Giacometti
Philip Guston
Hans Hofmann
Jasper Johns
Franz Kline
Willem de Kooning
Fernand Léger
Roy Lichtenstein
Brice Marden
Agnes Martin
Joan Miró
Joan Mitchell
Henry Moore
Robert Motherwell
Pablo Picasso
Jackson Pollock
Robert Rauschenberg
Mark Rothko
Ed Ruscha
Robert Ryman
David Smith
Cy Twombly
Andy Warhol

 

 
Installation view of David Hockney, The Thrill is Spatial. Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago. Image courtesy of Richard Gray Gallery.


 
Current Exhibition

Jaume Plensa
One Thought Fills Immensity
875 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3800
Chicago, IL 60611

September 14, 2017 - November 11, 2017

 
Past Exhibitions

Jim Dine
Primary Objects: Jim Dine In The 1960's
1018 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10075

May 2, 2017 - June 10, 2017

Theaster Gates
Heavy Sketches
875 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 3800
Chicago, IL 60611

September 30, 2016 - November 20, 2016
Richard Gray Gallery is pleased to announce Theaster Gates: Heavy Sketches, a solo exhibition of new bronze and mixed material sculptures by Theaster Gates. The exhibition begins September 30 and ends November 20, 2016. The sculptures of Heavy Sketches represent a new body of work for the Chicago-based artist best known in recent years for his social practice initiatives like the Stony Island Arts Bank and Dorchester Projects. Summoning their inspiration from Ogoni, Dan, Baule, Bamana and other ritual masks of Western Africa, this series is the artist’s first major exploration of bronze as a sculptural material. Forming versions of the wooden masks in ceramic stoneware before casting them in metal, the production of the works tracks an increasing material permanence. Their transition from wood to clay to bronze tracks Gates’s investigation into the power of materials as containers for cultural knowing.

Alex Katz
Present Tense: Sixty Years of Master Drawings
1018 Madison Avenue, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10075

February 29, 2016 - April 22, 2016
Image: Alex Katz, Jeannie, 1974, pencil on paper. Courtesy of the artist and Richard Gray Gallery/Photo: Michael Tropea.