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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. 


Martha Morimoto


Chicago Vintage 1980s Boxing Photos

“Chicago has such a rich history with boxing and these photos are a rare find from the 1980s.  The vintage black and white photos come framed and ready to hang.  Being a Chicagoan, what’s not to love?”

Roger Sprunger Burlwood Credenza

“We recently shot this credenza in an interior space and it is striking.  The burlwood credenza perfectly fits into an urban, modern home.”

Hans Wegner Royal Blue Rocker

“The craftsmanship of the Hans Wegner rocker for FDB Møbler is superior and the royal blue finish takes it to another level visually.”


Milo Baughman Lamp

“This lamp has so much personality and funk.  I love it because it can be styled in such a way that fits with an eclectic aesthetic or even a refined, streamlined home."

Eve Garrison, “Untitled”

“The painting is quite strong and its color palette does not read dated at all.  This piece would fit perfectly into my living room!”

Ornate 1920s Zebra Patterned Bench

“Zebra patterned cowhide should be considered a neutral; it can be dressed up or down and is not overtly masculine or feminine.  There as so many possibilities for incorporating this design into any space.”


Set of Jerry Johnson + Byron Botker Lounge Chairs

“This set of of chairs re-envisioned in faux iguana, waxed ivory leather and waxed canvas slinging are one of my top picks for a floating living room. While the reversible cushions are an attractive feature from the front, the real celebrity here is the view from the back.”


"Abstract Study (Swirl No.2)" by Pamela Staker

“Pink, mauve, fuchsia, violet. We could all stand to have one or more of these in at least one interior room. Instantly brightens a space up and persuades you to hang awhile.”

Ralph Lauren Ornamental Burlwood Coffee Table

“Acting as quiet luxury in a room, this Ralph Lauren piece is a perfect example of everything the company is well known for in their clothing; classy, subtle, timeless and always in.”


“Reflection #1” by Luftwerk

“A captured still from their INsite video created in support for the Farnsworth House, 'Reflection #1' pulls the viewer in, as they trace the spaces between the lines. An incredible piece that evoke stillness amid chaos.”

Marius Byrialsen Rosewood Credenza

“Declutter your living room with this marvelous rosewood credenza by Marius Byrialsen. The finished back allows the credenza to float in any room, giving you the ability to show off the details of the rosewood.”

Extending Coffee Table

“Designed by John Keal for Brown Saltman, this coffee table is perfect for those who, like me, find themselves rearranging their furniture deep into the night. With its ability to extend further, it allows for more possibilities.”


“Untitled #VL023” by Victor Lopez

“Victor’s work has invited me to consider the enormous possibility that a monochromatic color palette can offer an artist. Being incredibly gestural, visceral and dynamic, the paint really takes on a multi-faceted and extremely layered quality. It is absolutely fascinating.”

Dunbar Sideboard by Edward Wormley

“This sideboard for Dunbar by Edward Wormley (who, by the way, was a Chicago native!) is an absolutely gorgeous piece. The combination of the walnut’s golden brown and the sleek feeling of the brass pulls exudes the effortless self-confidence of warm humility.”

Set of Bronze Baboon Sculptures by Loet Vanderveen

“Loet Vanderveen brings so much heart and sympathy to his pieces! These two little baboons have so much character and care in them, they’re really lovely to look at! I could easily see them being loyal companions on a coffee table or bookshelf.”