News and Announcements
Voices: Camilo Restrepo
Thursday, March 18, 2021, at 1 pm Restrepo’s talk will focus on the artist’s personal experiences while completing an MFA in the United States–which dramatically affected his life and art practice–and their connections to violent past events, psychotherapy and psychiatry, and the artist’s chosen materials and procedures.
Museums of Future Past Times Present: Hatorade Retrograde
SPRING 2021 An exhibition and live performance event by Lise Haller Baggesen. Combining countercultural history of the late 1960s, science fiction, and camp, the central story imagines resistance to a future dystopia impacted by cataclysmic climate change and an oppressive technocracy.
And you hold power - Nia Easley
Visible in the exterior Gallery 400 windows along Van Buren Street, Nia Easley’s text-based work And you hold power considers ideas of place and belonging in the midst of the ever-changing neighborhood around Gallery 400, as well as in our city of Chicago.
A Message from our Director
Lorelei Stewart, Director at Gallery 400, offers a reflection and statement of solidarity with Black Lives Matter
Anti-Racist Resources compiled together by the Gallery 400 team.