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UIC was built on top of the original Hull House, where the prolific writer and reformer Jane Addams lived and worked to help people in need.
UIC was built on top of the original Hull House, where the prolific writer and reformer Jane Addams lived and worked to help people in need. This museum is dedicated to her memory in two surviving buildings from the complex, now absorbed into the UIC campus, and features exhibits on local history and social justice throughout the world.
800 South Halsted Street, Chicago, IL, United States
The much smaller size and higher vendor fees ensure that the original flavor of the world's greatest outdoor market is now only a piece of history, but the New Market has a truly awe-inspiring number of cheap Mexican food along with discount jewelry, t-shirts, random vintage items, suspicious electronics, and other flea market classics, and is a lot of fun
Programs and galleries celebrating Greek culture, both ancient and recent
Opened in 1869, two years prior to the Chicago Fire, this impressive building is still a working high school
Kavi Gupta's gallery is generally understood to have been the pioneer of the West Loop gallery phenomenon
Contemporary art (mostly painting and photography) by international artists (like Joe Sola)
Another Bertrand Goldberg corncob project, whose riverside location offers great views and frequently flooded basements
Exhibitions of highly evocative modern ceramic art: whimsical, disturbing, and consistently memorable
Several large-sized portraits of contemporary figures
This gallery has a talented group of artists behind it, mostly featuring original visions of urban landscapes
A large store/gallery packed with so-called 'Primitive Art' from around the world