At the beginning, there was a transformer station from the 1920s in a desolate state and the idea of a public clubhouse of the 400 ASA. The idea of a compact photo gallery and a meeting place not only for members, but for all interested in photography. The space created on the corner of Kováků and Na Zatlance streets in Prague’s Smíchov, 400 ASA Gallery, is a multifunctional platform for domestic as well as world photography. In at least five exhibition projects a year and in another accompanying program, the gallery fulfills the ambition of our collective to educate, popularize and support the photographic genre, which has a rich tradition in our country. In addition to the regular exhibitions of its members, you will also find other famous foreign and domestic names and young talented creators on the program. In addition to the exhibition space, there is also a small café with seating in our listed building with elements of rondo-cubism. At the same time, visitors can view and purchase all prints and publications of 400 ASA and their members.