KM Fine Arts - Chicago
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Located in the iconic John Hancock Center in Chicago, KM Fine Arts specializes in the finest American and European artists of early modernism, postwar, and contemporary art. Areas of expertise include American modernist movements, such as the Stieglitz circle, as well as postwar movements including Abstract Expressionism, Color Field painting and contemporary art.
The gallery’s inaugural 2006 exhibition - Color Abstractions: The Careful Relation of Hues - featured works by Milton Avery, Franz Kline, Morris Louis, Robert Rauschenberg, Wayne Thiebaud, the Zhou Brothers and Anish Kapoor, among others. Most recent exhibitions include Fernando Botero: Selected Works of An Universal Artist leading up to Roman Zaslonov with the artist in attendance. KM Fine Arts offers to collectors, corporations and museums a full range of services with the acquisition or sale of Modern, Contemporary, and Latin American art and in every aspect of the international art scene. Among our well established services are private and corporate art consulting, design and art planning installation, corporate art loan program, acquisition financing, and commission works. KM Fine Arts clients include Art Collectors, Corporations, Architects, Interior Designers and Developers.
With a wide-ranging inventory consisting of paintings, drawings, and sculpture, one may find significant examples by Botero, Chamberlain, Dine, Frankenthaler, Gotlieb, Hofmann, Kahn, Indiana, Kapoor, Motherwell, Rauschenberg, Steichen, and Warhol. We proudly offer works from a select list of emerging and mid-career contemporary artists.
KM Fine Arts is currently seeking to acquire important works of art. We welcome all inquiries to sell or consign a single work, or an entire collection. KM Fine Arts offers viable alternatives to auction houses. All information regarding the sale will remain strictly confidential. Please contact us to set up an evaluation of paintings, drawings, or sculpture you would like to sell at this time.
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