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Matthew Rachman Gallery features a carefully curated collection of Mid Century Modern furniture and contemporary art. Exhibitions are held regularly and our collection of rare vintage finds and curiosities changes constantly. The gallery is also available for event rental for philanthropic and private functions.


Gallery Hours: Tues - Sun 11am - 6pm
Please stop in or make an appointment by calling 773.245.3182.


"Musings" is the title of the Matthew Rachman Gallery Blog. 


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"Tick - Tock" by Amanda Gentry

“The work of Amanda Gentry is tactile; it is designed to be touched.  I enjoy ‘Tick - Tock’ so much because the positive space and negative space interact with each other in such a way that envelops the viewer and invites them in.”

"Day At The Park" by Maura Segal

“While Maura was visiting for the opening of our current show, ‘SERIOUS/play,’ she gave a short artist’s talk about her work and her inspiration.  She pulls much of her inspiration from the Los Angeles landscape and I think that it is particularly evident in this piece.”

Florence Knoll Leather Settee

“This settee is simply gorgeous; it exemplifies classic Mid Century Modern style that is still being copied today.”



Set of Adrian Pearsall Lounge Chairs

“The Prussian blue brushed velvet that was used to reupholster this set of Adrian Pearsall lounge chairs is simply stunning (and very on trend).”

Nickel Platner Coffee Table

“Ever since I have discovered the Warren Platner coffee table I have been obsessed with it.  The design is both Mid Century and contemporary; classic and elegant; and somehow - quite brilliantly, might I add - flashy without ever being garish or gaudy.  I love it.”

“Migrants 42” by Krista Svalbonas

“‘Migrants 42’ is another stunning piece from Krista’s Migrants Series.  The colors utilized within the composition, specifically the aged, burnt red and the vibrant blue, have always been among my favorite color combinations.”


Set of DCM Chairs

“Kick your dinner hosting skills up another level by using all 12 of these DCM chairs around a statement table (use a round table for an added unexpected twist to the room.) Classic, yet always modern and appealing.”

Common Scars I & II by Chris Trejo

“I tend to enjoy darker art with a dramatic undertone. You can easily pair this with darker or lighter furniture pieces in your living space. The red/orange adds a nice element.”

Set of Cabinett Lounge Chairs

“These are built to last and made to impress. Faux snakeskin that will have you second guessing it’s not the real thing, the neutral colors in it will match nearly anything. Mixing these into a foyer, main room or an occasional space will only elevate the area. Once you sit in these chairs, you will be forever spoiled.”


Set of Paul McCobb Cabinets

“A stunning set of Paul McCobb cabinets! These pieces pair beautifully with our Mushroom Lamp by Laurel Lamp Co.”

“Rock Me Twice” by Amanda Gentry

“This piece is currently on view at the gallery for our show, “SERIOUS/play,” featuring works by Amanda Gentry and Maura Segal. “Rock Me Twice” is one of my favorites from the show, with its striking colors and its playful form.”

“Hummingbird” by Kate McCarthy

“Sequins! Kate McCarthy’s playful creature pillows are everything I could ever want and more.”


Mushroom Lamp

“Delicate but decisive shapes can be found with this lamp. Striking in its simplicity, the mushroom lamp is a perennial element of design.”

“Off The Coast of Avalon” by Amanda Gentry

“Off The Coast of Avalon is a small piece, but it has a tremendous voice. Gentle, but with contrast.”

Jens Risom Model 2516 Sofa

“Risom marries elements of Scandinavian and American design, making his pieces truly unique. This exceptionally rare sofa is such a vivid and rich statement -a magnificent pairing of the contemporary feeling of reupholstered leather (courtesy of Matt and Wilson), and wood.”