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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

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

JULY STAFF PICKS

Martha Morimoto

MATTHEW RACHMAN, OWNER

Set of Protzman + Girard Dining Chairs

“Perhaps the best part of these lively Herman Miller dining chairs, designed by Protzman + Girard, is imagining the space that they will end up in. The bold pattern is sure to be an instant talking point.”

Set of Vintage Chinese Mail Bags

“These vintage Chinese mail bags are perfect for history buffs or collectors of rare items. They come framed and are ready to be hung.”

Monolithic Marble Cocktail Table for Cassina

“This Cassina marble coffee table works for any personal design taste, but would especially elevate a space that utilizes modern furnishings.”

 


M.T. WILSON, CONSULTANT

Richard Himmel Sofa

“This sofa is the statement piece you have been looking for. Fun yet neutral, this pattern paired with a brass floating base can be worked into many different design environments, and helps to create an elevated living room.”

Lewis Butler Coffee Table

“Designed for Knoll, this table showcases the power of a classic black and white color scheme. Oozing modern from the seams, this would be a great piece to add into an office or occasional room.”

“Pulse” by Sarah Pittman

“'Pulse' by Sarah Pittman is both playful and calm. The vivid red and orange add a lively touch. Great piece for those who rarely venture outside earth tones, and want something more without having to leave their comfort zone.”


MARTHA MORIMOTO, DESIGN + MARKETING COORDINATOR

Lounge Chair by Hovmand Olsen

“Designed by A Hovmand Olsen for P Mikkelsen, the lounge chair provides the utmost comfort as it molds to your body.”

McCobb Wall Unit

“This maple wall unit designed by Paul McCobb is the solution to your storage needs. A simple design, beautifully crafted - ready to be placed in your living room!”

"Untitled” by Peter Max

“Add a very historic work of art to your home! This print features a 10-cent postage stamp created by Peter Max, commissioned by the United States Postal Service, to commemorate the 1974 World’s Fair in Spokane, Washington. As an environmentalist, Max incorporates a seemingly spontaneous illustration of a landscape, in correspondence with the first environmentally themed world's fair.”

 


JULIA KULON, GALLERY COORDINATOR

Set of Jens Risom Lounge Chairs

“These chairs are reupholstered in shoe leather, the natural leather has a wonderful patina highlighting and showing imperfections in the hide such as scars and range marks. An ethereal and beautiful vintage look is born, and the orange color gives the chairs a modern edge.”

“Sunday Sunday” by Kate McCarthy

“As artist Kate McCarthy would say, ‘Sunday Sunday’ is, ‘a thing of comfort dressed up.’ The soft sculpture transports one to special memories. Quirky, lovely and especially poignant, this sculpture is one of sheer delight and innocence.”

Modaluce Murano Glass Table Lamp

“Delicate but strong and incredibly chic - this lamp is the perfect addition to any open living interior."


GARRETT NUTGRASS, MARKETING INTERN

Milo Baughman Dining Chairs

“I can imagine these unique Milo Baughman dining chairs fitting in perfectly at my mom’s dining room in Florida. The quirky lines and white leather would serve well to brighten any dining space.”

“Sculptural Transcendence” by Walter Fydryck

“It may be due to my interest in the intersection of graphic design and art but I find myself returning to this Walter Fydryck piece often, especially now that I know how HUGE it is in person. It’s a really exciting piece!"

“Skiing” by Maura Segal

“Maura Segal's work is approachable, chic, and super modern. I’ve chosen 'Skiing' because the piece could work in a variety of living spaces, from bright and colorful, to monochromatic palettes.”