Located on the 25th floor of Chicago’s John Hancock building, Valerie Carberry Gallery is a destination location for serious collectors. However, any trip to this intimate, inviting setting is well worth the effort.
The gallery exhibits Modern and Postwar American art in all media, with a special interest in 1930s and 40s abstraction and modern sculpture. In recent years the gallery has expanded to include a select group of mid-career contemporary artists. Valerie Carberry also represents the estates of John Storrs and Jose de Rivera.
With its convenient Michigan Avenue location, Valerie Carberry is a perfect stop for tourist and travelers. Its museum-like space showcases unique, quality artwork from some of the top names in modern American art history. The gallery runs four exhibitions per year with accompanying scholarly publications. These well-edited shows are organized around a clear thesis and common theme that reveal owner Valerie Carberry’s passion for her historical period.
In addition to its regular gallery program, Valerie Carberry Gallery also maintains an active publication and event schedule. The gallery loves to host student and group educational tours, and staff are more than happy to answer any and all questions. The space is open to the public Monday through Saturday during regular business hours.
Fantastic historical artwork is not only for experienced collectors. Come view the masters of modern art at Valerie Carberry Gallery. Appointments appreciated but not necessary.
Valerie Carberry Gallery
875 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611