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The New Surrealism at Modern Eden

Now on view at San Francisco's Modern Eden Gallery is an international group showcase, 'The New Surrealism: A Collection of Strange.' While pop and post schools of surrealism are commonplace in the LA art scene, San Francisco's more DIY aesthetic rarely focuses on the genre and Modern Eden have done a nice job of bringing together an eclectic collection of emerging artists. Showing alongside the group effort is a two person show featuring the work of Bradley Platz and Michael Ryan, 'The Order.' Get an extensive preview of both shows after the jump.

Steve Bartlett Louis Jr.

Now on view at San Francisco’s Modern Eden Gallery is an international group showcase, ‘The New Surrealism: A Collection of Strange.’ While pop and post schools of surrealism are commonplace in the LA art scene, San Francisco’s more DIY aesthetic rarely focuses on the genre and Modern Eden have done a nice job of bringing together an eclectic collection of emerging artists. Showing alongside the group effort is a two person show featuring the work of Bradley Platz and Michael Ryan, ‘The Order.’ Get an extensive preview of both shows below.

Leilani Bustamente

David Ball

Sandra Yagi

Allison Sommers

Michael Ryan

Bradley Platz

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