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Photo of a wooden sculpture, I LOVE MY BABY, 1948, depicting a woman with long hair, crouched so that her legs are drawn close to her tall torso. She is supporting the figure of a baby, whose head touches hers but whose body is raised above its head. To the right of the sculpture are two framed ink sculpture studies for the same sculpture. The walls are faded navy.

A Love of Wood: Chaim Gross's "I Love My Baby"

Wadsworth Atheneum, Hartford, Connecticut

November 11, 2020 - March 21, 2021

Rosewood sculpture of a crouched, sitting woman. Her head is cradled into her right bent elbow which rests on her knee while her other leg is tucked behind. Her hair flies back from her head, featuring pock mark textured detailing.

Direct Carving

Smithsonian American Art Museum, 1st floor West

24 works from the Smithsonian's collection, including two by Chaim Gross

Curated by Dr. Karen Lemmey; ongoing

Medium brown, wooden sculpture with pock mark detailing of a rounded female form carrying a small childlike form upon her shoulders and behind her face.

Tree Trunk to Head: Chaim Gross and Direct Carving in America

The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation

October 10, 2013 – February 28, 2014

Metal sculpture of two intertwined female heads with serene expressions on their faces. Both of the heads have specks of white dots on them.

Visions of Israel: The Art and Illustrations of Chaim Gross

Museum of Jewish Civilization, Hartford, CT

April 3 – September 13, 2013

Four wood sculptures of humanoid, geometric shapes face us directly. Three of them are standing on a white block mount, and another is mounted on the white wall to the left.

Nigerian Sculpture

The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation

Curated by Jerome Vogel

December 2, 2012 – March 29, 2013

Close up of drawing in neon colors of organic shapes on a sketchy, cloud esque background. The shapes resemble human limbs and have reptilian scales.

Fantasy: Chaim Gross Drawings 1944-50

Seligmann Center for Surrealism, Sugar Loaf, NY

August 15 – December 17, 2012

Small gold sculpture of a cartoonish bird with prominent carved stripes. Its eye resembles a button and it has a crown of feathers on the top of head which are small and cylindrical.

Life in Miniature: Asante Goldweights and Sculpture

The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation

Curated by Kristen Windmuller-Luna

February 9 – July 27, 2012

Black and white photo of a sculpture in the distance, surrounded sparsely by trees. The sculpture features seven circles in an arrow shape, pointed up to the sky. Within the circes there are abstract shapes of birds.

Displayed: Stages for Sculpture

The Renee & Chaim Gross Foundation

An exhibit on the photography of sculpture

May 19 – December 16, 2011