Kavi Gupta is a leading contemporary art gallery specialising in the representation of international emerging and mid-career artists. The gallery amplifies voices of diverse and underrepresented artists to expand the canon of art history. Through innovative and ambitious exhibitions, multimedia programming, and rigorous publications, Kavi Gupta fosters an evolving conversation among international communities about art and ideas.Read More
Kavi Gupta was established in 2002, and is headquartered in Chicago’s vibrant West Loop neighbourhood. The gallery hosts more than a dozen museum-quality exhibitions each year in its five gallery spaces, and participates in international art fairs such as Art Basel Miami Beach, Frieze London, Frieze New York, Frieze Masters, The Armory Show, EXPO Chicago and Felix Fair. Kavi Gupta Editions produces a broad range of catalogues and monographs, and serves as a focal point for the gallery’s academic research on contemporary art and artists.
Artists currently represented by the gallery include the estate of Young-Il Ahn, Firelei Báez, Alfred Conteh, Inka Essenhigh, the estate of Roger Brown, Beverly Fishman, Jeffrey Gibson, Richard Hunt, AFRICOBRA founders Jae Jarrell, Wadsworth Jarrell and Gerald Williams, Michael Joo, Glenn Kaino, Deborah Kass, José Lerma, Manuel Mathieu, Manish Nai, Angel Otero, Roxy Paine, Clare Rojas, Devan Shimoyama, Mary Sibande, Jessica Stockholder, Tony Tasset, Mickalene Thomas, and Kennedy Yanko.
The representation merry-go-round gained speed in the lead up to Art Basel in Miami Beach, with Ragna Bley and Alexander Ross also finding new galleries.
Entitled CHAOS : CALM, the exhibition seeks to reflect the turbulence, trauma, and angst experienced during the pandemic.
Their fall sales will see the Asia auction debuts of red-hot artists such as Billie Zangewa, Ewa Juszkiewicz, and Mickalene Thomas.
We compile a definitive guide of must-see exhibitions taking place alongside London's autumn art fairs.
Works by Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe, Kennedy Yanko, and Genesis Tramaine are being unveiled this week.
Ocula Advisory select their favourite works from Art Collaboration Kyoto, a new fair forging partnerships between Japanese and international galleries.
A number of stand-out exhibitions have opened across London.
Brooklyn-based Japanese artist, Tomokazu Matsuyama is the latest artist to join the Chicago-based gallery Kavi Gupta with his first solo exhibition with the gallery scheduled for January 2022.
One of Inka Essenhigh's new projects is a take on the local phenomenon known as Manhattanhenge. Inka Essenhigh's paintings, which combine twisted narratives, liquid line work, and oneiric imagery, are
Sometimes all you need is a sunrise and a piece of moss: Inka Essenhigh's works are populated by mythological creatures. While painting, she relies entirely on her inner self. Inka Essenhigh has been
India's first-ever contemporary sculpture park has launched its second edition. The not-for-profit project, inaugurated in December 2017, transformed the Madhavendra Palace in Nahargarh Fort, Jaipur,
After decades of being overlooked, it's fair to say that 73-year-old American artist McArthur Binion is having a moment. With a spate of recent exhibitions, notably his inclusion in the 2017 Venice Bi
Deborah Kass shares her thoughts on COVID-19 and what it's like to be working in isolation during the pandemic.
Kavi Gupta presents Roger Brown: Hyperframe, an exhibition bringing together an unprecedented selection of multi-frame paintings by one of America’s greatest imagists.
ESSICA STOCKHOLDER Snug Parting May 21 – July 30, 2016 Galerie nächst St. Stephan Rosemarie Schwarzwälder We are proud to present the third solo