Ch'i: An Art Space
About Ch'i: An Art Space
Ch’i Contemporary Fine Art, established in Williamsburg, Brooklyn in 1999 and directed by Tracy Causey-Jeffery is committed to exhibiting vibrant contemporary art by living artists: both mid-career and emerging. Ch’i exhibits works in two distinct styles: abstract, textural or fragmented figurative.
Ch’i hosts 11-15 exhibitions annually with their artists coming from across America, Asia, Europe and South America. As well as its own exhibitions, Ch’i participates annually in at least 3 international fairs. In 2007, the gallery will be participating in Fountain NY, Bridge Chicago, Bridge London and Bridge Miami.
Additionally, Ch’i and its artists have been published in Art World News, NY Arts Magazine, Art Forum, Block Magazine, New York Times, The Village Voice, New York Sun, LA Times, Korea Times and Art and Antiques among others.
Gallery artists are included in the permanent collections of Kantor Fitzgerald, The Musee Elysse, The Museum of the City of New York, MOMA, the Whitney Museum, Exxon Energy, Hong Kong Museum of Art, the Bank of China, the Kohler Company, The New York Public Library, The University of Maryland, Healthlink, the Kimbel Museum, the National Gallery of Australia, The Houston Museum and the Klutznick National Jewish Museum among others.
Ch’i director, Tracy Causey-Jeffery received her masters in art history from the University of London after interning at Sotheby’s auction house in New York City. Prior to opening Ch’i, she owned and operated The Finer Side Galleries in Maryland and Washington, D.C. for 7 years.