An art exhibit specializing in late-modern and contemporary art.
35 W 33rd St
Nearest Transit: 35th–Bronzeville–IIT (Line: Green Line)
Kemper Room Art Gallery and Nearby Attractions on Map
Hilliard Homes(2 km)
In the architecture of these massive public housing projects lies the South Side's tongue-in-cheek answer to the North Side's Marina City - in fact, they were built by the same architect, Bertrand Goldberg.
Victory Monument (Chicago)(0.9 km)
This monument was built in 1928 to honor the service of the African-American Eighth Regiment of the Illinois National Guard in France during World War I.
Chicago Defender Building(0.6 km)
Initially built in 1899 as a Jewish synagogue, this building housed the Chicago Defender (the nation's foremost African-American newspaper through World War I) from 1920-1960.
Unity Hall(0.5 km)
Built in 1887 to house a Jewish social organization, this building became famous as the headquarters of the Peoples Movement Club, founded by Oscar Stanton De Priest (1871-1951), the first African-American on Chicago's City Council and the first northern black delegate to the U.
McCormick Tribune Campus Center(2.1 km)
Architectural landmark, distinguished by the wild L tunnel on top - the first building in the U.
Ping Tom Memorial Park(2.6 km)
A riverside park with a Chinese touch, including a riverside Chinese pavilion and a bamboo garden.
Armour Square Park(0.6 km)
A good place to play some baseball, soccer, volleyball, basketball, or take a dip in the pool.
The Clarke House Museum(2.5 km)
Built in 1836, this unassuming little white house is the oldest surviving structure in Chicago.
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