A not-for-profit arts presenter and exhibition space, Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago was founded in 1983 to exhibit and support art, design, and architecture. Over its 30-year history, the Gallery has grown into a nationally recognized institution that presents consistently acclaimed exhibitions, lectures, and artist commissions that prioritize interpretative reflection and critical inquiry and engage multiple communities. Our exhibitions and programs present a broad range of recent developments and aesthetic concerns and have included more than 1,000 artists to date. Creating a place to connect, Gallery 400 actively positions its exhibitions and public programs as transformational experiences, as opportunities with which to build community, and as avenues for learning in informal social settings.
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