Art Gallery

  • Skoto Gallery

    Skoto Gallery was established in 1992 as a space where some of the best works by African artists can be exhibited within the context of a diverse audience. it’s inaugural exhibition was curated by African-American jazz luminary Ornette Coleman. As one of the first galleries specializing in contemporary African Art read more

  • Hammond House Museum

    Hammonds House Museum boasts a permanent collection of more than 350 works dating from the mid-19th century by artists from America, Africa, and the Caribbean. Highlights of the collection include 18 works by master artist Romare Bearden and the oldest known painting by acclaimed landscape artist Robert S. Duncanson. Benny read more

  • Gallery Guichard

    Since its opening in 2005, Gallery Guichard has been Bronzeville’s preeminent gallery of art. Gallery Guichard represents artists from around the world but specializes in art of the African Diaspora. Featuring a new artist every six to eight weeks, the Gallery has hosted several international exhibits as well as local read more

  • Gallerie 909

    GALLERIE 909 – is an African-American art gallery founded by Carla Bristol in April, 2014. This gallery is centrally located in the heart of historic Midtown on the Deuces in a community that has inspired artists for generations.

  • Dorseys Art Gallery

    Lawrence Peter Dorsey, “High Priest of the Arts,” master framer, patron of the arts extraordinaire, ardent collector and devoted mentor and friend to several generations of African-American artists and collectors, died on October 7, 2007 in Brooklyn New York’s Methodist Hospital. He was 88.

  • Contemporary African Art

    We are a gallery that shows contemporary African fine art. Operating for 30 years, we serve individuals, corporate clients and museums that are seeking to expand their knowledge and or collections of contemporary fine art. Most artists we show have established reputations in Europe and other parts of the world; read more

  • Blanc Chicago Art Gallery

    A Culture of Conversation In its heyday, Bronzeville was home to the cream of Chicago’s African American society. In the forefront of the neighborhood’s many cultural institutions, artists, intellectuals, and entrepreneurs engaged in a robust dialogue on matters of importance to the community. Recent years have seen a powerful resurgence read more

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