I was excited to read this gallery was coming to my neighborhood, but my first (and LAST) visit today was troubling. I coincidentally entered with a Caucasian woman, and was immediately stopped by a security guard and asked if I was with her. I said no, and was then asked for photo ID, which I promptly produced, asking if the gallery was open to the public. He replied it was, but that I would have to "wait five minutes". Just then a receptionist returned to the desk, and when I asked why I was expected to wait, she merely replied it was because she was away from the desk. However, it's quite offensive the Caucasian woman was allowed to breeze in and view the art without producing ID or waiting to be screened by the receptionist, since we entered SIMULTANEOUSLY. I left offended, without viewing any art. Perhaps some signage at the entrance detailing ID (and racial) requirements regarding admittance is in order to avoid insulting future patron (certainly not ME, since I won't be returning). Just thought Weekly readers should know.