Gallery 400, a not-for-profit gallery and exhibition space on UIC campus, exhibits and supports art, design and architecture. Founded in 1983, Gallery 400 has grown to become nationally recognized, consistently hosting acclaimed exhibitions, lectures, and artist commissions. Its exhibitions and programs present a broad range of recent developments and aesthetic concerns and have included more than 1,000 artists to date.
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