Madron Gallery

Madron champions the work of American artists with exhibitions spanning from the work of early American Impressionists all the way up to modern and contemporary art. Madron’s inventory of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and prints—displayed en suite in our gallery and exhibition space—illuminates artistic connections across decades and centuries.

Scholarship lies at the heart of Madron’s aim to draw attention to significant but less widely-known names, with a particular eye toward Jewish artists and artists from Chicago. Through extensively-researched programming and publications from the in-house Madron Press (including Robert Vonnoh: American Impressionist and William S. Schwartz: Color and Coloratura, both available online), Madron Gallery has carved out a unique place in Chicago’s artistic landscape, fostering a dynamic community for the city’s culture-makers, shapers, and appreciators.


March 4–June 14, 2024: System & Dialectics of Art (Group Show)

Fall 2024: Untitled Bernece Berkman-Hunter and Ethel Spears Project


Free parking. 

Scheduled visits to Madron Gallery recommended. Reservations may be made online.

Image courtesy of Madron.

1000 W. North Ave 3rd Fl. Chicago, IL 60642
Dir. Rachel Wakeman
M–F 9:30–4:30; Evenings and Weekends by appt.

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