Exhibitor List for Expo Chicago 2022

Expo Chicago has announced that more than 140 galleries representing 25 countries will be participating in the 2022 edition. It is scheduled to take place at Navy Pier from April 7-10.

Expo Chicago’s 2021 and 2020 editions were canceled due to the pandemic. This Expo Chicago edition will be the first. The organization also announced, in the lead-up to 2022, that it would increase its museum purchase prize (which is sponsored by Northern Trust) and that it would convene the museum directors for a summit to discuss “institutional reinvention”.

The exhibitor list for this year includes top galleries such as Kasmin, DC Moore, and Nara Roesler. Vielmetter Los Angeles and Jessica Silverman Gallery are also included. There are several Chicago galleries, including Gray, Kavi Gupta, Rhona Hoffman, and Mariane Ibrahim. Hales Gallery, Petzel Gallery, and Foxy Production are first-time participants.

Expo Chicago’s president Tony Karman sent an email to express his gratitude for the support of the international and regional art communities. He said that despite two postponements and many shifts in the fair calendar and an ever-evolving art world-ecology, he was confident about Expo Chicago’s future and that he would continue to be a partner and catalyst with them. As we all move forward together, I feel confident in our future and that we can be a catalyst and partner with international curators, artists, and collectors.

Expo Chicago’s main exhibit for galleries is not the only one. It also has thematic sections: Profile (for single artist installations or themed booths), Editions+ Books, Special Exhibitions for nonprofit organizations, and Exposure (for solo or two-artist presentations made by galleries that have been in operation for fewer than 10 years). This year, Humberto Moro (who was recently appointed deputy director of Dia Art Foundation) will curate Exposure.

Moro stated that Exposure galleries this year will feature works by many media from creators all over the globe, as well as works in different mediums and that they pay special attention to Latin America. I am thrilled to present a section that will appeal to both experts and the general public and encourage discovery and delight.

Below is the complete Expo Chicago exhibitor list.


Aaron Galleries, Chicago

Allouche Gallery, New York

Almeida & Dale, Sao Paulo

Arroniz, Mexico City

Galeria Artizar Canary Islands

Ascaso Gallery, Miami Caracas

Richard Beavers Gallery, Brooklyn

Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco

CABINET Gallery, London

Goodman Gallery, Aspen, Chicago

Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables

Galeria La Cometa, Bogota, Medellin, Madrid

Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago

Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London

Cristea Roberts Gallery in London

Stephen Daiter Gallery in Chicago

DC Moore Gallery, New York

De Buck Gallery, New York, Saint Paul de Vence

Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Los Angeles


Dolan/Maxwell Philadelphia

Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago

Badr El Jundi, Marbella

Galerie La Forest Divonne, Paris, Brussels

Forum Gallery, New York

Foxy Production, New York

Gazelli Art House, London, Baku

David Gill Gallery, London

Baltimore, Goya Contemporary Gallery

GRAY, Chicago, New York

Kavi Gupta Chicago

Hales Gallery, London, New York

Half gallery, New York

Harper’s, New York, East Hampton, Los Angeles

Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles

Galerie Max Hetzler, Berlin, Paris, London

modern and contemporary, Aspen, Chicago

Hirschl & Adler Modern, New York

Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York

Rhona Hoffman Gallery in Chicago

Mariane Ibrahim, Chicago, Paris

Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London

Jenkins Johnson Gallery, San Francisco, New York

Kamakura Gallery, Kamakura

Nathalie Karg Gallery, New York

Kasmin, New York

David Klein Gallery, Detroit, Birmingham

Chicago, Alan Koppel Gallery

Galerie Kornfeld, Berlin

Olga Korper Gallery, Toronto

Nancy Littlejohn Fine Arts, Houston

Jane Lombard Gallery in New York

Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami

Luhring Augustine, New York

Fergus McCaffrey New York, Tokyo

McCormick Gallery in Chicago

Miles McEnery Gallery in New York

moniquemeloche, Chicago

NINO MIER GALLERY, Los Angeles, Brussels, Marfa

Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles

Jonathan Novak Contemporary Art Los Angeles

Nueveochenta, Bogota

Claire Oliver Gallery, New York

Over the Influence: Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Bangkok

Pablo’s Birthday, New York

Petzel, New York

Poligrafa Obra Grafica, Barcelona

Pontone Gallery, London Augusta

P.P.O.W. New York

Galeria RGR, Mexico City

Galerie Richard, Paris, New York

Galeria Nara Roesler, Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York

Rosenfeld, London

Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles

Ross+Kramer Gallery in New York, East Hampton

Richard Saltoun Gallery, London

Karsten Schubert London, London

Eduardo Secci, Florence, Milan

Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago

William Shearburn Gallery St. Louis

Jessica Silverman Gallery, San Francisco

SmithDavidson Gallery, Miami. Mexico City. Amsterdam

Sous Les Etoiles Gallery, New York


Sundaram Gallery, New York, Singapore and London

Tandem Press, Madison

Tang Contemporary Art, Beijing, Hong Kong, Bangkok

Timothy Taylor, London, New York

Steve Turner, Los Angeles

VETA Madrid

Vielmetter Los Angeles, Los Angeles

Volume Gallery, Chicago

Michael Werner Gallery, New York, London

Wexler Gallery, Philadelphia. New York


Timothy Yarger Fine Art, Los Angeles


Jean Albano Gallery, Chicago

F.L. F.L.

Chambers Fine Art, New York, Beijing

Galerie Charlot, Paris, Tel Aviv

Dep Art Gallery, Milan

Anat Ebgi, Los Angeles

Derek Eller Gallery, New York

Charlie James Gallery, Los Angeles

Galerie Papillon, Paris


Revolver Galeria, Buenos Aires

Ronchini Gallery, London

Gary Snyder Fine Art MT Montana

Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami

Spinello Projects, Miami

Zucker Art Books, Great Barrington


56 HENRY New York

Allouche Benias, Athens

Galerie Rolando Anselmi, Berlin, Rome

Rutger Brandt Gallery, Amsterdam

Rebecca Camacho Presents, San Francisco

Cob Gallery, London

Deli Gallery, New York

Dio Horia Gallery, Athens, Mykonos


Embajada, San Juan

Foto Relevance Houston

Fridman Gallery, New York

Gaa Gallery, Provincetown. Cologne


The Hole, New York

Galeria Karen Huber, Mexico City

Instituto De Vision, Bogota, New York

Johansson Projects, Oakland and San Francisco

LatchKey Gallery, New York

Lawrie Shabibi, Dubai

M. LeBlanc, Chicago

Kristen Lorello, New York


MACHETE, Mexico City


Marinaro, New York

Martin Art Projects, Cape Town

MICKEY, Chicago

Montague Contemporary, New York

Ndr Nw Mgmt, New York

Marisa Newman Projects, New York

NOME Berlin

Patel Brown, Toronto

PATRON, Chicago

Pequod Co., Mexico City

The Pill, Istanbul

Romer Young Gallery, San Francisco

Maximillian William (London)

Yusto/Giner, Marbella, Madrid

Anna Zorina Gallery, New York

Editions + Books


Boreas Fine Art, Chicago

Chicago, Bert Green Fine Art

Eminence Grise Editions New York

Highpoint Center for Printmaking in Minneapolis

Island Press, St. Louis

Lusenhop Fine Art, Cleveland

Manneken Press, Bloomington

Printed Matter Inc. New York

Ruiz-Healy, San Antonio, New York

Rene Schmitt, Berlin, WOL

Spudnik Press Chicago

Stoney Road Press, Dublin

Special Exhibitions

6018 North, Chicago

Aperture Foundation, New York

Artadia, Atlanta, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco

CASE Art Fund, Chicago and Oslo

Chicago Center for Native Futures

Chicago Artists Coalition

Circle Contemporary, Arts of Life Chicago

CPS Lives in Chicago

Daata, London

For Freedoms

FRONT International, Cleveland

The Gallery Club Amsterdam

Chicago, Generative Multilogue

Hyde Park Art Center in Chicago

Independent Curators International (ICI), New York

Museo Tamayo, Mexico City

Chicago Museum of Science and Industry

The Renaissance Society of Chicago

Rupert, Vilnius

The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago)

University of Chicago, Chicago

Weinberg/Newton Gallery, Chicago