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

Current Exhibitions

September 12 - October 31 2015

Click here for images of the current installation

Morgan Sims "Metropolis"

Raeleen Kao "Sleeping with Ashes"

Artist's Talks on Saturday October 24 at 4 pm


Special Limited Edition Prints

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

New! Posters now Available

An inexpensive alternative to fine art prints and original artwork. Click here to view our Posters.


New limited edition print by Sandow Birk now available. Prints in production by Gronk and Stephen Kaltenbach, available soon.

Linda Vallejo will show 27 works in the show “Appropriations” at Denise Bibro Fine Art in New York, October 8-November 7.

Morgan Sims' current show is a featured event in Chicago Artists Month in October. He also has a site specific neon installation installed at Intelligentsia Cafe, 53 East Randolph St, Chicago.

Jeff Gillette and Laurie Hassold are a part of the exhibition “Myths & Legends - Hearsay” at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History (MOAH), Lancaster, CA through November 16.

Jeff Gillette participated in Banksy's "Dismaland"in Weston-super-Mare, UK. CNN interviewed Jeff on video about his involvement. Channel 4 also has a segment featuring Jeff.

New painting of the Chicago Theatre by T R Colletta now available.

Gallerique is a new online fine art and collectibles marketplace. Bert Green Fine Art will be a charter participant.

Bert Green Fine Art is loaning Carlee Fernandez's "Rat with Grapes" for inclusion in an exhibition called "Jokes of Nature" at Redline in Denver, CO.

Shane Guffogg had a retrospective exhibition titled "The Observer is the Observed" at the Academy of Fine Arts Museum St. Petersburg, Russia,and which is now traveling to the Kovalenko Art Museum, Krasnodar, Russia.

There are 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.