Henry Art Gallery
29 locals recommend ·
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Very unique gallery near one of our Universities. Really off the beaten path installations and exhibits.
The Henry is internationally recognized for bold and challenging exhibitions, for pushing the boundaries of contemporary art and culture, and for being the first to premiere new works by established and emerging artists.
Henry makes the best exhibitions in Seattle. Check out their website for the most up-to-date information on what's there.
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