In 1936 Gimbels Department Store at Herald Square, NY held an exhibition and sales promotion of the artist’s Deco Art.

Gustave Kaitz - New York 1933

1933-1990 Exhibits

1st Exhibit Flatbush Chamber of Commerce, ’33
Modem Mode Gallery 8th Street, NYC
James Mont Gallery 57th Street, NYC
Gustave Kaitz Studio ’34 Brooklyn, NY
Gustave Katiz Studio ’35 Manhattan, NY
Maison Decor 57th Street. NYC
Contemporary Art Centeribition Manhattan, NY
La Parisienne Manhattan, NY
Grace Line Steamships New York City
Century Theaters Astoria, NY
Le Moderne 56th Street, NYC
Ronell Galleries Brooklyn, NY
Catskill Art Society & Museum Hurleyville, NY
Le Moyne College Syracuse, NY
Loring Gallery Cedarhurst, NY
Synechia Arts Council Middletown, NY
Rotary International Monticello, NY
Miller Gallery San Francisco, CA
Playboy Club Great Gorge, NJ
lsman Gallery Madison Avenue, NYC
Art Spectrum 63rd Street, NYC
Prime Design Galleries Lexington Avenue, NYC
Zoma Gallery Columbus Avenue, NYC
Convention Hall Atlantic City, NJ
Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Narrowsburg, NY
Turner Galleries Washington, DC
Welcome Home Gallery Columbus Avenue. NYC
Artisan Galleries Second Avenue, NYC
Winkler Cinema Productions New York City
West Central Graphics Columbus Avenue, NYC
Art Expo ’84 New York Coliseum, NYC
Cosmopolitan Magazine International
Art News Magazine International
Wallcoverings Magazine International
South & West Magazine National
Hudson Valley Magazine New York State
Poetry Windsor Magazine Canada
Panorama Magazine National
Ehrenberg Galleries Middletown, NY
Shadowland Ellenville, NY
Robin Hutchins Gallery Maplewood, NJ
Keller Galleries Liberty, NY
Stuart Galleries Seventh Avenue, NYC
Sterling Gallery Miami Beach, FL
Saran Glass Arts International Marco Island, FL
Jacob K. Javitz Convention Center ’86,’87 New York City
Castle Books International Distribution
Concord Art Gallery Kiamesha Lake, NY
Private Collections: United States, Canada, England, South America, Germany, Italy, Israel, Hong-Kong.
A known writer as well, and member of the international Platform Association, Gustave Kaitz is listed in the 1981 Directory of Distinguished Americans for his “Contribution to the Arts.”


2015 Exhibit

The Mullin Automotive Museum in Oxnard, CA  showcased Kaitz’s Deco Conceptual Art.

The Mullin Museum is a celebration of the twentieth century themes and ideas first formally introduced at the Exposition International des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes, held in Paris, 1925, where the Art Deco style was first exhibited.

1929 – 1940s 1970s – 1980s
Deco Glamour American Opus
Deco Head Charna
Deco Profile Deco Vintage
Enchanted Mask Deco Vintage
Gatsby Girl Deco Lure
Goddess of Vengeance Hope
Leda and The Swan Lake Goddess
Midnight Girl La Mode
Reclining Nude Mystique
Red Dust Terra
Sacrifice The Message
Temple Dancers The Phoenix
Temple Goddess The Search
Waterfall Girl Voyager

In the years following WW II, the Art Deco era waned. Kaitz put his paintbrush aside until a renewed interest in the artist’s work captivated a younger generation of admirers, along with a resurgence of Art Deco. At the age of sixty Gustave Kaitz once again pursued his passion.