8 S Michigan Ave Suite 620
Chicago IL 60603
Wednesday Thursday Friday 11-6, Saturday 12-5
Please sign in at the security desk and come up to Suite 620

Gallery will close at 3 pm Wednesday May 27. Sorry for any inconvenience.

Current Exhibitions

May 9 - June 20 2015

Images of the artworks in the gallery available here

Sandra Yagi New Paintings

Erik L Peterson "Ruin", A Site Specific Installation

Artist's Talk by Erik L. Peterson on Saturday June 20 at 4 pm

Special Limited Edition Prints

BGFA offers a wide selection of limited edition prints. Click here to view our Prints, Editions and Posters


There will be significant construction impacts in the area surrounding the gallery through most of this year. Details here. Most importantly, the Madison/Wabash L Station will close permanently. To access the gallery via CTA rail, the closest stations are the Adams/Wabash L and Monroe Red Line stations.

New print now in production by Los Angeles artist Sandow Birk, scheduled for a mid June release. Contact the gallery to be placed on the advance announce list for this release.

Shane Guffogg will have a retrospective exhibition title "The Observer is the Observed" at the Academy of Fine Arts Museum St. Petersburg, Russia, opening August 1, 2015 and then traveling to the Kovalenko Art Museum, Krasnodar, Russia. The show will run concurrently with his exhibition at Bert Green Fine Art.

Matthew Schlagbaum will be attending the Arquetopia Artist Residency in Puebla, Mexico for one month starting May 25.

Man Bartlett is debuting his project RAGA/CHAKRA, a continuous 24-hour cycle over six phases to incorporate psychoacoustic binaural audio, The Schumann Resonance, crowd-sourced messages of people describing their surroundings, recordings of clandestine numbers stations, traditional Mongolian throat singing, analog and digital synthesizers, and more. 5/21-9/21 at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder CO.

New works posted by Shane Guffogg and Linda Vallejo in advance of their July exhibitons.

Erik L Peterson "Ruin" installation photos now posted. Coming soon, new drawings by the artist, based on the idea for the neon.

Bert Green Fine Art is now a participating exhibitor on the 1stdibs.com luxury marketplace website, where selected artists' works are offered to a worldwide audience.