This small, top-notch photography gallery sits on the ground floor of Roosevelt University’s Gage Building. Exhibits have a social justice focus – documenting prisoners in Illinois, working class Chicagoans, psychiatric asylums around the world – and change every 3 months on average.
The Gage gastro-pub is a few doors south – a fine place to discuss the thought-provoking pix while sipping a microbrew or whiskey (money saved from the free exhibit can fund drinks, since it is *not* a frugal watering hole).
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