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"One of the little art treasures of New York City."

--William Meyers, The Wall Street Journal

The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation is the house-museum of American sculptor Chaim Gross (1904-91), located in an historical 1830s townhouse in the heart of Greenwich Village. On view are 100 sculptures by Gross and 600 objects from his extensive collection of African and modern American art, featuring important paintings by de Kooning, Avery, Hartley, and Burliuk, among many others. The Foundation also organizes exhibitions and educational programs on topics related to Gross, his contemporaries, and American art. Our mission is to encourage artists, students, and the community to actively engage with these objects and to make relevant to contemporary audiences our shared cultural history.

We are open to the public. Visit us during public hours on Thursdays and Fridays from 1-5 pm or by appointment.

Read our blog, The Studio.

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526 LaGuardia Place
New York, NY 10012
(212) 529-4906
Office Hours: Tuesday - Friday, 10-5
Gallery: Thursday and Friday, 1-5
Or by appointment
  • New exhibit "All Together: The Sculpture of Chaim Gross" opens at the Cummer Museum & Gardens on November 1, 2014 ... Link
  • Artist Mimi Gross, daughter of Chaim Gross, speaks on Chaim, art history, and her own work on Provincetown's WOMR in an interview with Chris Busa ... Link
  • The Foundation has been awarded a major conservation grant from the Greater Hudson Heritage Network in association with NYSCA for 2014! ... Link
  • Up-to-the-minute updates on Twitter. We're @RCG_Foundation. ... Link
  • LISTEN to Chaim! The Archives of American Art puts an MP3 sound excerpt from their 1981 oral history interview online ... Link
  • Pace University's recently completed renovation of Mortola Courtyard next to Brooklyn Bridge elegantly features two Gross bronzes ... Link
  • Chaim's large-scale bronze "Dance Rhythm" now on permanent public view in Bedford, Mass thanks to the Wade family ... Link
  • Chaim's large-scale bronze 'Tightrope Acrobats' now on view in sculpture garden of New Britain Museum of American Art ... Link