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In the Moment at the Luggage Store – Opening Night

This past weekend, San Francisco's Luggage Store played host to 'In the Moment,' an art auction and fundraiser for the esteemed non-profit art space. The gallery has for the past twenty years plus served as a catalyst for the Bay Area and new contemporary art scenes, widely regarded as a jumping off point for the careers of then-unknown artists such as Barry McGee and Os Gemeos. The reception for 'In the Moment' was jam packed with great art and magnanimous benefactors coming together to support the San Francisco cornerstone. Opening night photographs by Cameron Y Van Loos after the jump.

This past weekend, San Francisco’s Luggage Store played host to ‘In the Moment,’ an art auction and fundraiser for the esteemed non-profit art space. The gallery has for the past twenty years plus served as a catalyst for the Bay Area and new contemporary art scenes, widely regarded as a jumping off point for the careers of then-unknown artists such as Barry McGee and Os Gemeos. The reception for ‘In the Moment’ was jam packed with great art and magnanimous benefactors coming together to support the San Francisco cornerstone. Opening night photographs by Cameron Y Van Loos after the jump.

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