1 Baldwin Gallery
Opened in 1994 by Richard Edwards and the late Harley Baldwin, this contemporary gallery houses paintings, drawings, sculpture, photography and video by world-renown artists like Matthew Ritchie, who's featured this season. Named one of the "Top 500 Galleries in the World" by Modern Painters this summer, the Baldwin Gallery has become one of the preeminent galleries in Aspen in under two decades.
209 S Galena St Aspen, CO 81611
2 Galerie Maximillian
Pieces by Hirst and Hume hang in the windows, and it's rare to pass by this gallery without seeing someone peeking into the space from the outside--day or night. Owner Albert Sanford and his staff focus on modern and contemporary pieces, plus rotating multimedia installations and sculpture which means there's always an excuse to stop by and see what's new.
602 E Cooper Ave Aspen, CO 81611
3 Forre Fine Art
If you're looking to enter the art world with some of the best names in the biz, wander into Forre Fine Art, where Chagall, Matisse, Warhol and Picasso grace the walls. This summer, a show featuring Vik Muniz drew attention to the space, leaving some in anticipation of what's to come this winter.
426 E Hyman Ave Aspen, CO 81611
4 Quintenz Gallery
Quintenz recently joined forces with prominent local David Floria to grow its ongoing presentation of contemporary and fine art. Expect the staples like Ansel Adams, Harry Callahan, Robert Frank and Edward Weston, and be delighted by James Surls, Luis Gonzalez Palma, Robert Kelly, Betsy Eby, Joseph Scheer, Leslie Wayne and Allison Stewart,
501 East Dean Street (Residences at The Little Nell Building) Aspen, CO 81611