TUE – SUN 11am – 6pm
2381 N Milwaukee Ave Chicago IL
p: 773 819 9200
Galerie F presents itself to the city of Chicago as the first open-door gallery space. Fully functional six days of the week, all day long, with no appointments required. We seek to contextualize printmaking and street art in the contemporary art scene while promoting local and international artists. Our community, and our city, are essential to our mission.
Come in, browse through our print archives or check out our latest exhibitions. Offering an extensive and affordable collection of gig posters, art posters, local street art and other collectibles for your browsing pleasure.
Billy Craven, Owner of Galerie F
Billy Craven is an active practicing artist living and working in Chicago. His artistic inclinations lean towards fine art and gig posters featuring vintage photography and clippings. Cyclism, skateboarding, and politics are common themes that drive his printmaking aesthetics.
Billy Craven has long interacted with the world of street art and graffiti through his photography. With Craven as owner, contemporary street art will play a vital role at Galerie F. Hosting a wide range of international street artists in solo and group shows, Craven wishes to blur the lines of fine and street art with Galerie F as the vehicle.
Laura Arnold, Director of Galerie F
Sarah Wheat, Social Media Manager of Galerie F
Sarah Wheat is a recent graduate with a Master’s in Modern and Contemporary Art History from the School of the Art Institute in Chicago. Sarah’s interest in art history focuses on architecture and design history, specifically that of early twentieth century Germany.
Before attending graduate school, Sarah received her undergraduate degrees in Art History and German Studies at Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. Directly afterward she moved to Berlin to work with Kulturprojekte Berlin, a non-profit focused on the promotion, networking, and mediation of culture in the city. It was in Berlin that Sarah became interested in the concept of accessibility in art production and sale as well as street art/graffiti’s relationship to architecture.
THE EVOLUTION OF GALERIE F
GALERIE F FLOOR PLAN