- Women-owned business
- Minority-owned business
Located on the first floor of the Bronzeville Artist Lofts, Gallery Guichard features a rotating collection of works from numerous global artists including, Abiola Akintola, Stephen ‘Sayo Olalekan, Pearlie Taylor, Marlene Campbell, Andre Guichard and many others.
A gallery commanding as much respect as Michigan Avenue in the Bronzeville community, the largest African American art district in the country, owners Andre Guichard, Frances Guichard and Stephen Mitchell, opened the gallery in 2005 with the mission to expose patrons to multicultural artists specializing in the African Diaspora. Through fine art exhibitions, experiential events, and art tours, Gallery Guichard gives emerging underrepresented talent and mid-career artists an opportunity to develop their imagination and creativity.
Gallery Guichard offers a range of fine art services, including hosting exhibitions, artist talks, framing, crating, shipping, and moving.
Corporate clients like Walgreens, Morgan Stanley, Northern Trust, ConAgra, ComEd, and Granger have enlisted their services. Meanwhile, community partners such as the Chicago Defender and the Chicago Urban League continue to maintain a deep relationship with the gallery in an effort to promote imagination and creativity throughout Chicago.
Gallery Guichard also provides public art opportunities for muralist acting as the administrator for projects and connecting artists to opportunities.