Until the end of August, Forum Gallery is exhibiting outstanding works of Twentieth Century art that inspire us and stimulate the creations of our contemporary artists.

The elegance and beauty of Gaston Lachaise’s Peacocks (1922) informs the modernity of Alexander Archipenko’s Torso (1945) and an early bronze by Eli Nadelman creates context for sculpture by Jacques Lipchitz, William Zorach and John Storrs.

Personal portraits by Milton Avery, Philip Evergood, John Graham, George Grosz, Fairfield Porter and Eugene Speicher join with narrative paintings by James Daugherty, Gregory Gillespie, William Gropper, Robert Gwathmey and Larry Rivers to create a varied and intriguing exhibition.

Forum Gallery celebrated its fiftieth anniversary in 2010. Founded by Bella Fishko in 1961, Forum Gallery today represents more than thirty contemporary artists and estates. In addition the gallery maintains an important inventory of twentieth-century and contemporary art, with a concentration on American and European modernism and figurative art.

Forum Gallery has placed works in every major American museum and in private collections throughout the world, and is a founding member of the Art Dealers Association of America.

A service business focused on customer satisfaction, Forum Gallery looks forward to every opportunity to assist collectors, experienced and new.