Although it's not a very appealing neighborhood at first glance, the collection of the gallery contains multiples Colombians artists that have a huge role in the modern art history of the country and the tour was very interesting.
The architecture of the 4th floor is crazy and could provide lots of nice event (performance, installation, video, conferences etc...)
They have space for artists residency, but I didn't visit that part.
In overall, I found their mission challenging but also very interesting, because it aims to create a strong social impact in the neighborhood by offering access to culture, workshops and a library (the only one I could find in the hood) but also to open up the places of the city where "things happen" and create a new dynamic outside of the trendy Medellin.
They have a coffee shop on the first floor and coffee was good, the space calm. I would suggest this place to curious people that want to see something outside of the box, to art collectors passionate about Colombian artists, to couples that are looking for a nice coffee in the hood and finally for books lovers.
Advise : Call before getting a tour.