Artists fill the vaults of a dilapidated 1923 bank in Chicago with books and artwork
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What happens when you fill bank vaults and offices with books and artwork instead of money? These pictures of the Stony island Ars Bank in Chicago show a former bank now functioning as a vibrant destination for artists, scholars, curators and collectors. Renovated by non-profit Rebuild Foundation, the 1923 building is meant to function as a place where people can research and engage with South Side history. The 20,000-square-foot building was originally designed by William Gibbons Uffendell for...