Mad Art Gallery is housed in the former Third District Police Station, a wonderfully renovated example of 1930’s Art Deco architecture in the historic Soulard neighborhood. The gallery is award winning, and without a doubt, St. Louis' most spectacular venue for art exhibitions and unique events. Mad Art boasts 19,000 square feet of terrazzo floors and marble hallways. The once squad car garage is now a stunning 3800 square foot gallery space equipped with state of the art lighting. Everything that made it a working police station is still here for visitors to experience along with contemporary art exhibitions. The bronze sergeant's desk often serves as the bar for our events, and the jail cells are not only conversation pieces, but conversation places. Watch a video about Mad Art on Lo Fi Saint Louis. Or view more photographs of Mad Art's space and events by visiting our Flickr site.