Shane Campbell Gallery opened the doors of its first Chicago storefront space in September 2006. Prior to that date, the gallery operated as a project space in Oak Park, IL, showing works by emerging and established artists on the walls of the Campbell family home. In 2012, the gallery added a new location in a Mies van der Rohe apartment in Lincoln Park expanding exhibition options for gallery artists by, once again offering a domestic space for the presentation of art while serving as a guest house for artists and collectors visiting the city. In July 2015, the gallery moved its primary exhibition space to an 8,550 bowstring truss building in Chicago’s South Loop, thereby quadrupling exhibition space for its roster of artists. The renovation, designed by Urban Lab at 2021 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago IL 60616, includes galleries, offices, a conference room, photo studio and storage warehouse. The gallery primarily exhibits work by contemporary American artists with a focus on emerging artists.