Commonwealth and Council

Thank you for supporting our Council Fund.


Aïshti Foundation

Ann Soh Woods

Art Institute of Chicago

Beate and Christopher Chee

Catherine Petitgas

Dean Valentine

DePaul Art Museum

Eun Yang Jo

Glendale Community College

Inseong Hwang

Jae Myung Noh

Jami Gertz

Kristin Rey and Michael Rubel

Liana Krupp

Lisa R. Winter and Richard McKinnon

Lorrin and Deane Wong

Marina Berti and Stephen Prough

Mario and Chantal Spanicciati

Matrice and Ron Kirk 

Michael Krupp

Michael Hershaft

Minneapolis Institute of Art

Miyoung Lee and Neil Simpkins

Mohn Family Trust *

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles

Natasha Sidharta

Nicole Calderón

Ruby Osorio and York Chang

Sean Leffers

Soo Kim

Sunpride Foundation

Susan Baik

Suzanne McFayden

Vali Chandrasekaran and Nithya Raman

YunHwa Heo

Yuta Nakajima and Damien Saatdjian


Ann Soh Woods

Bene and Martin, our amigos de la casa

Christopher Yin and John Yoon

Cynthia Vargas and Dave Owen

Deborah Irmas

The Flow Automotive Collection guided by Flow Advisory 


Kavior Moon and Uday Ram

Kristin Rey and Michael Rubel

Margaret Morgan and Wesley Phoa

Miyoung Lee and Neil Simpkins

Mohn Family Trust

Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles with funds provided by Margaret Morgan and Wesley Phoa

Patrick Collins

Sean Leffers

Tanatip Arunanondchai

Through the challenges and uncertainties of 2020, we had generative conversations with our family of artists, rerooting ourselves in the values of generosity, hospitality and collective flourishing upon which the gallery was founded ten years ago, in a one-bedroom apartment on Commonwealth Avenue and Council Street. We recommitted ourselves to visioning a gallery that can be a community, platform, and laboratory for ambitious, radical art—in myriad forms including education and public projects—championing minoritarian voices, and building a support structure that subverts the winner-take-all star system often found in the art world. The Council Fund is one of the initiatives that emerged from these conversations. We asked our supporters if they might consider contributing some (or all) of the customary discounts extended to a discretionary fund that would support needs outside of the traditional scope of the gallery. The artists would decide together how to allocate the monies: discussions thus far have prioritized making sure all artists have health insurance, providing aid for personal emergencies, and supporting non-commercial ambitious projects.