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Preview: “Hope Beyond” Hurricane Sandy Relief Benefit Art Show

On December 7, Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco will reveal the group show "Hope Beyond" for one night only to raise funds for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Curated by artist Kim Gordon, the show includes works from Dan May, Nathan Spoor, Brett Amory, Brian Viveros, Serge Gay Jr., Ana Bagayan, Lee Harvey Roswell, Peter Adamyan, Ania Tomicka, Evah Fan, Alex Yanes, Inge Vandormael, Agnieszka Serafin-Wozniak and more. All of the artworks will be available for $100 or less and proceeds from the show will benefit the organizations Waves for Water, The City of Long Beach, New York and The West End Arts Guild. Make sure to make it out for the one-night-only event if you're in the Bay Area.

On December 7, Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco will reveal the group show “Hope Beyond” for one night only to raise funds for Hurricane Sandy relief efforts. Curated by artist Kim Gordon, the show includes works from Dan May, Nathan Spoor, Brett Amory, Brian Viveros, Serge Gay Jr., Ana Bagayan, Lee Harvey Roswell, Peter Adamyan, Ania Tomicka, Evah Fan, Alex Yanes, Inge Vandormael, Agnieszka Serafin-Wozniak and more. All of the artworks will be available for $100 or less and proceeds from the show will benefit the organizations Waves for Water, The City of Long Beach, New York and The West End Arts Guild. Make sure to make it out for the one-night-only event if you’re in the Bay Area.

Dan May

Ana Bagayan

Agnieszka Serafin-Wozniak

Miles Partington

Nathan Spoor

Inge Vandormael

Ania Tomicka

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