Founded in 2002, The Gallery at Windsor is an independent art space. The Gallery, which is home to important works from the George Weston Collection, invites curators to respond to the space with museum quality shows of contemporary paintings, works on paper and photography.

The Gallery has exhibited works by leading contemporary artists including Peter Doig, Bruce Weber and Nan Bush, Ed Ruscha, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Alex Katz and Tony Scherman.

The year 2014 marked the culmination of a ground-breaking three-year curatorial partnership with The Whitechapel Gallery, London. This partnership realized exhibitions by Brazilian artist Beatriz Milhazes, Romanian-born twin brothers, Gert & Uwe Tobias, and American Icon Jasper Johns.

The Gallery presented Per Kirkeby: Echo of the Light, in 2015-16, an exhibition of selected works by celebrated Danish artist Per Kirkeby, co-curated by Olivier Berggruen, writer and art Historian and Kadee Robbins, Director of Michael Werner Gallery London.

Most recently, The Gallery presented renowned British painter and President of the Royal Academy of Arts Christopher Le Brun PRA in a major two-part exhibition titled Composer which opened in February 2017.  Le Brun’s exhibition at The Gallery featured 16 new large-scale paintings and important private loans.  The second part of the exhibition, at Albertz Benda in New York, featured 12 new paintings showcasing the breadth of scale that characterizes the artist’s most recent work.  The two concurrent shows displayed a body of work drawing from the connection between painting and music.  Held over by popular demand, the Le Brun exhibition concluded on May 12.

The Gallery is now closed for the season June – August.