11 Apr 2024 - 14 Apr 2024


Navy Pier Festival Hall


EXPO CHICAGO reveals the participating exhibitors for the 2024 edition, taking place April 11 – 14, 2024 at Navy Pier’s Festival Hall (600 E. Grand Ave). The upcoming fair will be the first edition as part of Frieze, welcoming more than 170 leading galleries from 29 countries and 75 cities to Chicago. 

“We are pleased to present the 2024 edition of EXPO CHICAGO, the first since joining Frieze,” said Kristell Chadé, Executive Director of Frieze Fairs. “Building on a strong foundation, Frieze has collaborated with EXPO CHICAGO to showcase an elevated experience for visitors and exhibitors alike. Through its robust international network of galleries and collectors, Frieze is committed to supporting EXPO CHICAGO’s continued success.” 

“The fair contributes greatly to Chicago’s rich cultural community, and its longstanding connection to the city makes it an important convening moment for arts patrons, curators and collectors in the United States,” said Tony Karman, President and Director of EXPO CHICAGO. “We are excited to welcome the many new and returning galleries to Chicago for our eleventh edition as, together, we will showcase the best that our city has to offer.” 

Almost 100 exhibitors are returning to EXPO CHICAGO from last year, including Corbett vs. Dempsey (Chicago), DOCUMENT (Chicago, Lisbon), Rhona Hoffman Gallery (Chicago), Kasmin (New York), Michael Kohn Gallery (Los Angeles), Shulamit Nazarian (Los Angeles), Nino Mier Gallery (Los Angeles, New York, Marfa, Brussels), Galerie Poggi (Paris), Nara Roesler (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York), Cristea Roberts (London), and Vielmetter Los Angeles (Los Angeles). 

Nearly 30 exhibitors are returning after a hiatus, including El Apartamento (Havana, Madrid), Haines (San Francisco), Harper’s (New York, East Hampton, Los Angeles), Edwynn Houk Gallery (New York), Mariane Ibrahim (Chicago, Paris, Mexico City), Perrotin (Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai, Los Angeles), Michael Rosenfeld Gallery (New York), and Cristin Tierney Gallery (New York). 

More than 49 exhibitors are new additions for the 2024 exposition. Highlights include Donald Ellis Gallery (New York, Vancouver), Les Enluminures (Chicago, New York, Paris), Thomas Gibson Fine Art (London), Hakgojae Gallery (Seoul), Jack Hanley Gallery (New York, East Hampton), Labor (Mexico City), Niru Ratnam (London), and Hannah Traore Gallery (New York). 

The 2024 edition will once again present its core Galleries section, alongside focused presentations and projects including EXPOSURE, PROFILE, Editions + Books, and Special Exhibitions

EXPOSURE, curated by Rosario Güiraldes, Curator of Visual Art at the Walker Art Center, features solo and two-artist presentations represented by galleries ten years and younger installed on the main floor of the exposition. PROFILE presents solo booths and focused projects by established international galleries. Showcasing ambitious installations and tightly focused thematic exhibitions, this section features major projects by a single artist or collective. 

The Editions + Books section offers a robust showcase of artist books, editions, prints, and more. Special Exhibitions presents presentations and site-specific work by non-profit organizations throughout Navy Pier’s Festival Hall. 


193 Gallery, Paris, Venice 
ACA Galleries, New York 
Allouche Gallery, New York, Los Angeles 
Galería Artizar, Canary Islands 
Ascaso Gallery, Miami 
Richard Beavers Gallery, Brooklyn 
Bogéna Galerie, Saint-Paul de Vence, Phoenix 
Casemore Gallery, San Francisco 
Casterline|Goodman Gallery, Aspen, Santa Fe 
Cernuda Arte, Coral Gables 
Galerie Charlot, Paris, Tel Aviv 
Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco 
Ethan Cohen Gallery, New York, Beacon 
La Cometa, Bogota, Madrid, Medellin, Miami 
Corbett vs. Dempsey, Chicago 
Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London 
Cristea Roberts, London 
CURRO, Guadalajara 
DC Moore Gallery, New York 
Luis De Jesus Los Angeles, Los Angeles 
DOCUMENT, Chicago, Lisbon 
EBONY/CURATED, Cape Town, Franschhoek 
Donald Ellis Gallery, New York, Vancouver 
ENGAGE Projects, Chicago 
Les Enluminures, Chicago, New York, Paris 
Everard Read, Cape Town, Johannesburg, Franschhoek, London 
Eric Firestone Gallery, East Hampton, New York 
Galerie La Forest Divonne, Paris, Brussels 
Forum Gallery, New York 
Freight+Volume, New York 
Friedrichs Pontone, New York 
Thomas Gibson Fine Art, London 
Haines, San Francisco 
Hakgojae Gallery, Seoul 
half gallery, New York, Los Angeles 
Jack Hanley Gallery, New York, East Hampton 
Harper’s, New York, East Hampton, Los Angeles 
Richard Heller Gallery, Los Angeles 
HESSE FLATOW, New York, Amagansett 
HEXTON Gallery, Aspen 
Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, London, Berlin, West Palm Beach, Schloss Goerne 
Bill Hodges Gallery, New York 
Nancy Hoffman Gallery, New York 
Rhona Hoffman Gallery, Chicago 
Edwynn Houk Gallery, New York 
Hunter Dunbar Projects, New York 
Mariane Ibrahim, Chicago, Paris, Mexico City 
Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe 
Bernard Jacobson Gallery, London 
Galerie Judin, Berlin 
Kasmin, New York 
David Klein Gallery, Detroit 
Michael Kohn Gallery, Los Angeles 
Galerie Carole Kvasnevski, Paris, New York 
Labor, Mexico City 
LEE & BAE, Busan 
Galerie Christian Lethert, Cologne 
Library Street Collective, Detroit 
Jane Lombard Gallery, New York 
Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami 
David Lusk Gallery, Memphis, Nashville 
MAĀT, Paris 
McCormick Gallery, Chicago 
Miles McEnery Gallery, New York 
moniquemeloche, Chicago 
Nino Mier Gallery, Los Angeles, New York, Marfa, Brussels 
Gallery MOMO, Johannesburg 
Galerie Myrtis, Baltimore 
NIL Gallery, Paris 
Claire Oliver Gallery, New York, Santa Fe 
ONE AND J. Gallery, Seoul 
Pablo’s Birthday, New York 
Pentimenti Gallery, Philadelphia 
Perrotin, Paris, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, Tokyo, Shanghai, Dubai, Los Angeles 
Gerald Peters Contemporary, Santa Fe 
PIERMARQ*, Sydney 
The Pit, Los Angeles, Palm Springs 
Galerie Poggi, Paris 
Pontone Gallery, London 
Revolver Galeria, Lima, Buenos Aires, New York 
Galerie Richard, Paris 
Galerie Robertson Arès, Montréal 
Nara Roesler, São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, New York 
Arthur Roger Gallery, New Orleans 
Michael Rosenfeld Gallery, New York 
Diane Rosenstein Gallery, Los Angeles 
Ruttkowski;68, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Paris, New York 
RYAN LEE Gallery, New York 
SARAI Gallery, Tehran, Mahshahr 
Carrie Secrist Gallery, Chicago 
SEIZAN Gallery, New York, Tokyo 
William Shearburn Gallery, St. Louis 
SmithDavidson Gallery, Amsterdam, Miami 
Sous Les Etoiles, New York 
Southern Guild, Cape Town, Los Angeles 
Hollis Taggart Contemporary, New York 
Sundaram Tagore Gallery, New York, Singapore, London 
Tandem Press, Madison 
Taylor | Graham, New York, Greenwich 
Duane Thomas, New York 
Paul Thiebaud Gallery, San Francisco 
Vallarino Fine Art, New York 
VETA by Fer Francés, Madrid 
Vielmetter Los Angeles, Los Angeles 
Volume Gallery, Chicago 
Galerie Oliver Waltman, Paris 
Weinstein Hammons Gallery, Minneapolis 
Yares Art, New York, Santa Fe, Beverly Hills 
Timothy Yarger Fine Art | YARGER PROJECTS, Los Angeles, New York 
Zidoun-Bossuyt Gallery, Dubai, Luxembourg, Paris 

56 HENRY, New York 
65GRAND, Chicago 
Abattoir, Cleveland 
Addis Fine Art, London, Addis Ababa 
Afriart, Kampala 
Aicon Contemporary, New York 
Anthony Gallery, Chicago 
El Apartamento, Havana, Madrid
Bill Arning Exhibitions, Kinderhook 
Baert Gallery, Los Angeles 
Rutger Brandt Gallery, Amsterdam 
Louis Buhl & Co., Detroit 
Jonathan Carver Moore, San Francisco 
Cob, London 
Dreamsong, Minneapolis 
Duran | Mashaal, Montréal 
EUROPA, New York 
Fragment, New York 
Geary, Millerton, New York 
Gether Contemporary, Copenhagen 
The Hole, New York, Los Angeles 
Johansson Projects, Oakland 
Jupiter, Miami Beach 
Efraín López, New York 
Make Room, Los Angeles 
Martin Art Projects, Cape Town 
MICKEY, Chicago 
Montague Contemporary, New York 
Moosey, London, Norwich 
Marisa Newman Projects, New York 
NOME, Berlin 
Patel Brown, Toronto, Montréal 
Povos Chicago, Chicago 
Niru Ratnam, London 
Residency Art Gallery, Inglewood 
SEPTEMBER, Kinderhook 
SGR Galería, Bogotá 
Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles 
TERN, Nassau 
Hannah Traore Gallery, New York 
VERVE, São Paulo 
Voloshyn Gallery, Kyiv, Miami 
Zielinsky, Barcelona, São Paulo 

Chambers Fine Art, New York 
Dep Art Gallery, Milan, Ceglie Messapica 
Thierry Goldberg Gallery, New York 
Michael Janssen, Berlin 
Kalashnikovv Gallery, Johannesburg 
Kravets Wehby Gallery, New York 
walter maciel gallery, Los Angeles 
Philip Martin Gallery, Los Angeles 
Shulamit Nazarian, Los Angeles 
Newzones, Calgary 
Fredric Snitzer Gallery, Miami 
Mindy Solomon Gallery, Miami 
Spinello Projects, Miami 
Cristin Tierney Gallery, New York 
Maximillian William, London 
Anna Zorina Gallery, New York 

Editions + Books 
F.L. Braswell Fine Art, Chicago, Lakeside 
Chicago Printmakers Collaborative, Chicago 
Flying Horse Editions at University of Central Florida, Orlando 
Bert Green Fine Art, Chicago 
Lusenhop Fine Art, Cleveland 
Manneken Press, Bloomington 
Normal Editions at Illinois State University, Normal 
Powerhouse Arts, Brooklyn 
René Schmitt, Berlin, WOL 
Stoney Road Press, Dublin 
Swivel Gallery, Brooklyn 
Wildwood Press LLC, St. Louis 

AMFM, Chicago 
Aperture, New York 
Art Design Chicago / Hyde Park Art Center, Chicago 
Artadia, Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, San Francisco 
Arts of Life – Circle Contemporary, Chicago, Glenview 
Center for Native Futures, Chicago 
Chicago Artists Coalition, Chicago 
The Conservation Center (TCC), Chicago 
Contour Art Gallery, Vilnius 
CPS Lives, Chicago 
The De Looper Foundation, Washington, DC 
Department of Visual Arts at the University of Chicago, Chicago 
FRONT International, Cleveland 
Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago 
OSMOS, New York, Stamford 
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago 

Press release from EXPO CHICAGO

Image: Sophie Calle. The Blind. Sheep, Delon, my mother. 1986. Detail. One framed text, one framed black and white photograph, three framed colour photographs, one shelf. 91.44 x 116.84 cm. Photography by Guillaume Ziccarelli. Image courtesy of the artist and Perrotin