Iceberg Projects is an art project space located in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood. Founded in 2010 by HIV/AIDS researcher Dr. Daniel S. Berger MD, the gallery is programmed by Berger and artist John Neff, a founding Iceberg curatorial board member.
Iceberg is a place for artists, curators, and scholars to develop experimental projects bringing important artists to local and national attention without the bureaucratic pressures associated with non-profit institutions and commercial galleries.
Iceberg’s goal is giving exhibition opportunities to artists that have had little recent exhibition exposure in Chicago. Our programming priority is queer artists, and artists whose work engages with the ongoing HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Founding curatorial board members:
Dr. Daniel Berger, Doug Ischar, John Neff, Robert McNeil (gallery interior architect)