by Bradley Platz

Dear Friends of Modern Eden,

Happy new year! The year 2020 marks a major milestone for Modern Eden as we proudly celebrate 10 years as a gallery in San Francisco. It's been such an incredible journey and we are so grateful for the artists, patrons, fans and friends that have made the gallery what it is today. As our business has grown, so too has our family, our community, and the scope and ambition of our projects.

Today, we are thrilled to announce that we are moving the gallery in 2020 to a beautiful new space in the city, at the heart of the central arts district. The new location doubles our available exhibition, artwork storage, and production space while creating new opportunities for growth and opening new possibilities for our artists. 

We’ll be debuting the new space with a major group exhibition this March 2020 and we can't wait to share more details with you in the coming weeks.

Our final day of business at 801 Greenwich Street will be Friday, January 3, which is also the last day to view our current exhibition: Stephanie Law: Conjure. We'll be open late until 9:00 pm for a book signing and closing reception with the artist. Please join us in welcoming the new decade, along with an exciting new chapter for the gallery and our artists.

Thank you for your ongoing engagement and support!

Kim & Bradley
January 1, 2020


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