Galleries are arranged by geographic districts throughout the city of Chicago, suburbs and neighboring states. If you’re looking for a particular space but are unsure of its location, look for the search icon at the top of the page and search by gallery name.

River North

The greatest concentration of galleries in Chicago can be found in River North — many within a block or two from the intersection of Superior and Franklin Streets.

West Side

The West Side includes the West Loop, Fulton Market, Randolph Street, River West, West Town and Ukrainian Village.

South Side

South of the city center, gallery + artist communities are expanding in areas like Pilsen, Bridgeport and Hyde Park.

Michigan Avenue

The Michigan Avenue, Gold Coast, Streeterville, Loop and South Loop neighborhoods are home to a range of galleries in downtown Chicago.

North Side

The city’s North Side is broadly comprised of a number of areas, including Lincoln Park, Old Town, Lincoln Square, Bucktown, Lakeview, Andersonville, Ravenswood, Uptown and Rogers Park.

Suburbs / Midwest

Beyond the city limits, Chicago’s vibrant art scene extends in all directions, including neighboring states of Indiana, Michigan and Wisconsin.