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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


Set of Chinoiserie Lamps

“I like the set of Chinoiserie lamps because they are a basic form elevated. The design and insignia make these lamps extra special.”

“Working I” by Linc Thelen

“Linc’s work is prolific. Being a designer and artist, Linc creates works that seamlessly fit into any contemporary home. I particularly enjoy this new piece of his, ‘Working I,’ and its color palette.”  

Genuine Brazilian Cowhide in Black

“Cowhides offer a unique way to decorate a home. You can hang them on the wall in lieu of art or use them in place of a rug. The all black hide is exquisite.”


“POEMES XLVII” by Raul de la Torre

“‘POEMES XLVII’ is my favorite piece from artist Raul de la Torre. I love the way he has utilized both cool and warm colors in his palette. I also enjoy the fact that this piece gives major Mid-Century vibes.”  

Carlo di Carli Lounge Chair + Ottoman

“The Carlo di Carli lounge chair and ottoman are subtle in the most beautiful way. Their design is elevated by the soft greens of the grain leather and suede cording. This set is a must have.”  

Paul McCobb Irwin Collection Credenza

“Mahogany, brass, AND travertine?! The bold and heavy nature of the mahogany on the credenza is offset by its petite brass base. The materials used make this design a homeowner's dream!”


Charles Law, “Backwards Woman”

“Charles Law successfully captures the beauty of the female body. From the use of negative space to the repetitive mark making, you can visualize Law’s hand throughout the whole piece. A beautiful work of art to introduce to your home!”

George Nelson for Herman Miller Slat Bench

“A midcentury modern staple, designed by George Nelson. Capturing the essence of ‘form follows function,’ this versatile design allows for endless possibilities. Whatever the function may be, the Herman Miller bench will fit your need.”

Set of Kai Kristiansen Nesting Tables

“Designed by Kai Kristiansen for Vidbjerg Møbelfabrik, the set of three nesting tables exude simplicity and functionality. A must-have for those that greatly admire Scandinavian design!”


Live Edge Coffee Table

“I fell in love with this table the moment it was brought into the gallery! The natural texture of wood is beautifully highlighted and respected through a mastery of craftsmanship and elevated understanding of the material. The table is an extension of the environment of which it came from.”

Victor Vasarely, “Olympia”

“The official emblem for the XX Munich Olympics, ‘Olympia’ by Victor Vasarely is a unique demonstration of Op-Art’s relationship to the natural form. A tribute to the fibonacci sequence, this piece is a wonderful pop of color, innately lighting up any room with its presence on the wall!”

Primitive 1920s Accent Table

“An excellent paradigm of how well the new can go with the old. The iron base is repurposed vintage 1920s playground equipment. The texture of the patina against the red complements the transparency of the glass in a stately way. A wonderful piece that plays on the senses of imagination and memory.”


Kate McCarthy, “Office Party”

"I’m not sure if there’s ever been a chair I’ve wanted to sit in more. Featured in our current exhibition 'The Fantastic Nest,' Kate McCarthy has created not just a magical world, but also a comfortable one. I enjoy this piece because of its various patterns and the lovely teal that is used in the background."

Rocking Diamond Bertoia Chair

“This Rocking Diamond Bertoia Chair is a showstopper. Wrapped in a luxurious faux leather that pops because of the chair’s unique shape, it’s easy for me to fantasize about this being used in a variety of locations within the home.”

Amanda Gentry “For Isamu”

“Although all of Amanda’s shapes within her sculptural work are so inviting, I am particularly drawn to this one. Maybe it’s the gradient colors that melt from one side into the other. I think this piece could grow with the environment it is placed in, perhaps atop a fireplace or an entryway.”