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 works, including paintings, works on paper, photography, and multi-media.
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, Tony Scherman, Beatriz Milhazes, Jasper Johns and Grayson Perry.
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.
In 2017, 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. The exhibition displayed a body of work drawing from the connection between painting and music. Held over by popular demand, the Le Brun exhibition at The Gallery concluded on May 12, 2017.
In January 2018, the first annual exhibition at Windsor in a three-year collaboration with the Royal Academy featured the work of celebrated British artist and Turner Prize winner, Grayson Perry CBE RA, in a multi-media exhibition titled Grayson Perry Making Meaning.
There is no admission fee to visit The Gallery. Exhibition visitors to The Gallery may choose to support The Windsor Charitable Foundation with a suggested donation of $10. This gift is tax-deductible and is designated to support arts education. Click here to make a donation.
The Gallery is open for appointments seasonally and is now closed for the summer. Please contact The Gallery at 772 388 4071 or via email to firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.