In 1976, Zolla/Lieberman Gallery was the first gallery to move into the abandoned industrial area now known as the River North gallery district, and this resilient gallery has remained a leader in groundbreaking contemporary art ever since.
World renowned for its visual sophistication and pleasing aesthetic, Zolla/Lieberman exhibits artwork from established contemporary artists in a wide range of media and styles. Gallery mainstays include Deborah Butterfield, Buzz Spector, John Buck and Jin Soo Kim.
Overall, the gallery promotes visually-challenging art that is traditional in theme but contemporary in thought and process. Visitors won’t find any hastily-slapped together action paintings from some young hotshot art school graduate. Rather, works are well-crafted, finished products from mature artists with established reputations. The gallery prides itself on the creativity and fine craftsmanship present in each unique, original work.
With more than 30 years of satisfied clients, Zolla/Lieberman is dedicated to providing personal attention to both the beginning and established collector, as well as other art professionals. Casual art enthusiasts should not be intimidated by the gallery’s distinguished reputation or expansive floor level space; owner William Lieberman and staff are friendly, knowledgeable and do all they can to make the atmosphere relaxed and welcoming for everyone.
Stop by Zolla/Lieberman today and see the gallery that headed the River North renaissance. Located on Huron Street in River North. Parking available on street.
Zolla Lieberman Gallery
325 W. Huron St.
Chicago, IL 60610