Richard Gray Gallery

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One of the city's premier galleries for modern and contemporary art, Richard Gray Gallery has been a Chicago anchor since 1963. Formerly at 620 N. Michigan, the gallery moved to the 25th floor of the John Hancock Center, where it offers wonderful special exhibitions as well as ongoing collections of important work including: Alex Katz, Jaume Plensa, Jennifer Bartlett, Jim Dine, Hans Hofmann, Barry Flanagan, Louise Nevelson, Franz Kline, Harold Gregor, Pablo Picasso, Fernard Leger, David Klamen, Ben Bensen, Jean Dubuffet, Willem de Kooning, Jennifer Bartlett, Alexander Calder, Anthony Caro, Jerry Peart, Claes Oldenberg, Joan Miro, Henri Matisse and others.

Despite the museum-like atmosphere, the staff is happy to answer questions and the Grays are among the most philanthropic members of the Chicago art community. One of the founding members of the Chicago Art Dealers Association, Richard Gray is president of the Art Dealers Association of America. Richard's son Paul is director of the Chicago gallery and the Grays also have a New York gallery location.