Monique Meloche Gallery
Monique Meloche Gallery was founded in October 2000 with its debut exhibition titled Homewrecker at Meloche’s home, and officially opened to the public in May 2001.
The gallery relocated from Wicker Park to a sprawling new space in West Town in June 2018, with an inaugural exhibition by Jeff Sonhouse.
Working with an international group of emerging and established artists in all media, the gallery presents conceptually challenging installations in Chicago and at art fairs internationally, with an emphasis on curatorial and institutional outreach. Roster artists include Ebony G. Patterson, Sanford Biggers, Rashid Johnson, Carrie Schneider, Amy Sherald, David Antonio Cruz, Brendan Fernandes, Cheryl Pope, Nate Young, Maia Cruz Palileo, and Jake Troyli, among many others.
Recent and upcoming exhibitions include Candida Alvarez, Nate Young, Maia Cruz Palileo, and Jake Troyli.
Top image: Ebony G. Patterson, Monique Meloche Gallery, 2018.
Summer 2020 Update:
Our Doors Are Open
Monique Meloche Gallery is committed to providing a safe space for contemplation and critical dialogue during times of uncertainty. We continue to support the perspectives of artists whose work probes the inequities of our system and who so beautifully shine light on the experiences of those often pushed to the margin.
It’s with this pledge in mind that we invite you to make an appointment to visit
Exhibitions featuring work by February James and Chase Hall are on view through August 31
We are now open for private viewings for small groups of 1-4 guests, and we are taking the necessary precautions as advised by the CDC to ensure the health and safety of visitors and staff alike.
To schedule your visit, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 312.243.2129
Together, let's keep this important conversation moving forward.